LINCS


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AcronymDefinition
LINCSLinear Constraint Solver
LINCSLibrary of Integrated Network-Based Cellular Signatures (molecular signatures; US NIH)
LINCSLocal Independents Collaborating with Stations
LINCSLiteracy Information and Communication System
LINCSLocal Information Network and Communications System (New Jersey)
LINCSLocal Information Network for Community Services (Australia)
LINCSLong Island Network of Community Services (Hauppauge, NY)
LINCSLeased Interfacility NAS Communications System
LINCSLong-Range Information Networked Communications Services
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The 6.8 fleet was led home by Noah Blomley from North Lincs, who won four of the fives races, followed by William Russell, also of North Lincs, and Kate-Lynd Smith of Pugneys.
POWERING AHEAD: Reef Subsea's Q1000 Trench ROV and Reef Despina working on the Lincs wind farm
LINCS adds a new dimension of physician access for the healthcare system.
He added: "Lincs Turkeys will continue to be run as a stand-alone business within Bernard Matthews Holdings, retaining its own corporate identity and name, and we have no immediate plans to introduce any significant changes.
Flexibility is built into the company philosophy and it doesn't matter whether you want doors to hold in freezer or chiller temperatures or to act as fire barriers, Lincs Doors can supply made to measure, easy-to-install and in a wide range of hygienic foodgrade materials.
Throughout the development of the LINCS initiative, NIFL and its partners have adhered to the following guiding principles:
Thomas momentarily halted the hosts' progress with a penalty but Bell snatched the final penalty of the match and the win for Notts, Lincs and Derbyshire.
Pugneys Pirates from Wakefield are giving last year's winners the North Lincs Invaders a tough time with everything still to play for in the final round of the North Zone competition.