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(networking)
The country code for Saint Lucia.
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LC

(1) (Lower Case) See case sensitive.

(2) (Lucent Connector) See LC connector.

(3) (Liquid Crystal) See LCD.

(4) (Low-cost Color) See Mac models - early.

(5) (Liquid Coupled) A method for attaching the lens to the CRT in a CRT-based movie projector. A liquid chamber is placed between lens and CRT, and the liquid reduces the halo effect caused by reflections bouncing back from the lens into the tube face. See front-projection TV.
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pushed L.C. out of the passenger's seat before reversing his car over the spot where she had fallen with the clear intention of killing her.
Those claiming that L.C. was not a visionary artist will reach a different conclusion when reading this book, discovering the richness of the quotations taken from some of the 57 books written by L.C.
L.C. then wrote his first pamphlet 'Un Mouvement d'Art'.
"Servant leadership as your heritage." In L.C. Spears (Ed.), Reflections on leadership.
"Power and passion: Finding personal purpose." In L.C. Spears (Ed.), Reflections on leadership.