INCOM

AcronymDefinition
INCOMIncomplete
INCOMIncompetent
INCOMIowa-Netherlands Comparison Orientation Measure (eating disorder evaluation tool)
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El narrador de la Settimana Incom insiste en la importancia del regreso a la familia: los soldados volveran a ver a sus esposas y madres.
Serving as a critical element to Lytro Cinema is another example of Incom's optical innovation capabilities, which have endless applications across industries that include automotive, gaming, building automation, military, aeronautics, medical and any other digital human interface businesses.
CORPORATE INCOM TAX does not exist at the city or county levels, while state rates range from 1 to 6.5 percent.
The 5x5 inch, 1280x1280 resolution APC710HR Display Head Assembly (DHA), the first to approach "retina" pixel density at 256 pixels per inch in an aviation display, incorporates Incom's light columnation fused fiber optic; significantly reducing canopy reflections, while improving aviation performance and operator safety.
The Nichols Graduate and Professional Studies Program awarded master's of science in organizational leadership degrees to 10 employees at Incom in Charlton at a luncheon held April 29, at which Nichols President Susan West Engelkemeyer and Incom President and CEO Michael Deterando addressed the graduates.
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Ill., Incom Inc., Charlton, Mass., and Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory, Berkeley, Calif., have introduced the Large-Area Microchannel Plates (MCP), which represent a cost-effective route for producing MCP detectors.
As a measure of income, we use the per capita real gross domestic product (INCOM) measured in 2,000 international dollars taken from the Penn World Tables (PWT v 6.3).
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 13, 2011--CRISIL rates Incom Cables at BB+/"stable"/A4+(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
As for INCOM, contrary to expectation, its coefficients became positive and statistically significant at the 1% level.
His party claims th poorest 10 per cent pensioners are set to pa most from all the go ernment's changes, lo ing a third more as a pe centage of the incom compared to the riche 10 per cent.