LCO

AcronymDefinition
LCOLac Courte Oreilles (Wisconsin Native American Tribe)
LCOLas Campanas Observatory (Chile)
LCOLegislative Competence Order (Wales, UK)
LCOLight Cycle Oil
LCOLocal Census Office
LCOLevine Communications Office (PR firm; Los Angeles, CA, USA)
LCOLimit Cycle Oscillation
LCOLife Cycle Objectives (software development)
LCOLipo-Chitooligosaccharide
LCOLocal Cable Operator
LCOLangues et Cultures d'Origine (French: Languages and Cultures of Origin)
LCOLondon Contemporary Orchestra (UK)
LCOLithium Cobalt Oxide (batteries)
LCOLate Check Out (lodging)
LCOLara Croft Online (gaming site)
LCOLimiting Condition of Operation
LCOLighterage Control Officer
LCOLocal Compliance Officer
LCOLifeline Connectivity Obligation (International Telecommunications Satellites Organization)
LCOLow Cost of Ownership
LCOLoopback Command Off
LCOLand Conservation Officer
LCOLand Combat Operations
LCOLabour Conciliation Officer
LCOLaunching Control Officer
LCOLaunch Control Office(r)
LCOLocal Control Organization
LCOLeyssens & Co
LCOLawn Care Operation/Operator
LCOLayered Cobalt Oxide
LCOLiquid Crystal Oscillator
LCoLate Cornish (linguistics)
LCOLiteral Change Operator
LCOLithuanian Chamber Orchestra (est. 1960)
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This acquisition allows Nitragin to extend the use of plant health products such as LCO Promoter Technology to non-legume crops such as corn, cotton and wheat.
Mrs Hart told AMs: "I have written to the Secretary of State for Wales [Cheryl Gillan] requesting she seeks clearance from the Attorney General and then the UK Cabinet in respect of the draft LCO and explanatory memorandum.
My message to Alun Ffred Jones, the Heritage Minister, and to the committees in Cardiff and Westminster currently looking at the LCO is to strengthen the draft and ask for more powers over the private sector.
A local LCO applied TopChoice free of charge to 100 acres of campgrounds at the site, and a tent was set up on site with a racecar simulator, in addition to signage and other promotional efforts.
The LCO process is a complete mess, worthy of a political satire.
A number of changes have been made in the draft LCO to respond to recommendations, making the order more succinct and easier to understand, clarifying what is in and out of scope and removing unnecessary duplication in the drafting.
Concerns have already been raised by business groups over the LCO, which they fear could force companies into spending vital extra cash on Welsh language services, rather than investment in the business.
And that's why we can expect an almighty ding-dong after tomorrow, when the long-awaited Welsh Language LCO sees the light of day.
The housing LCO (Legislative Competence Order, a piece of parliamentary jargon that hardly helps the communication of policy) took things to a new level.
I call on Wayne David, of Caerphilly, my local MP, and other MPs to make it clear to the Welsh Affairs Select Committee that the proposed LCO is part of the agreed programme of the democratically-elected Welsh Assembly Government.
But it sets a precedent - and means the sparks may fly when the long-delayedWelsh language LCO goes before MPs.
The LCO Programme had a fixed target date of April 1 which was set by Parliament and delivered more than 100 individual projects, and migrated a total of 1,300 users to the PRA.