RIC

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RICRehabilitation Institute of Chicago
RICRhode Island College
RICRegulated Investment Company
RICRooted in Community (network)
RICResin Identification Code (plastic resin usage)
RICReferee-in-Chief (sports)
RICResearch and Innovation Center (various organizations)
RICRoyal Irish Constabulary
RICRealtime Interface Co-Processor
RICRemote Indigenous Community (Australia)
RICReuters Instrument Code
RICReceiver-In-Canal (hearing aid configuration)
RICRussia, India, China
RICRoman Imperial Coinage
RICRoutine Infant Circumcision
RICResources Inventory Committee
RICRouting Identifier Code
RICRisk, Information and Claims (insurance)
RICRégiment d'Infanterie Coloniale (French: Colonial Infantry Regiment)
RICRapid Intervention Crew
RICReconnaissance Intelligence Centre (UK)
RICReverse Iron Condor (trading strategy)
RICRassemblement pour l'Initiative Citoyenne (French: Rally for the Citizen Initiative)
RICRecovery Information Center (various organizations)
RICRap Is Crap (song/video; t-shirt/slogan)
RICRoyal Institution of Cornwall (England)
RICRegional Innovation Center
RICRehabilitation Impairment Category
RICRoyal Institute of Chemistry
RICReciprocating Internal Combustion (engine)
RICRhumatismes Inflammatoires Chroniques (French: Chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism)
RICRegistro de Información Catastral (Guatemala)
RICRockwell International Corp.
RICRetail Installment Contract
RICRadiocommunication Information Circular (Canada)
RICRegional Information Centre
RICRéseau International de La Concurrence (French: International Competition Network)
RICRoots Intention Crew (band)
RICRare Earth Information Center
RICRadon Information Center
RICRichmond, VA, USA - Richmond International Airport (Airport Code)
RICRecord Identification Code
RICRemote Intelligent Communications
RICRéseau d'information sur la conservation
RICRegional Instrumentation Center (Morocco)
RICResource Integration Center (Bangladesh)
RICRepatriation Information Center
RICRegolamento Internazionale Carrozze (European railway treaty in 1922)
RICRadio Identification Code
RICReactor Incore Control (nuclear energy)
RICRouting Indicator Code
RICRenaissance Immobilière Châlonnaise (French real estate company)
RICReconstruction Information Center
RICResident in Charge (healthcare)
RICReinvention Impact Center
RICRecord Item Complex
RICRéseau Intelligence de La Complexité (French: Network Intelligence Complexity)
RICResistance, Inductance and Capacitance
RICRing Interface Card (Sycamore)
RICRegional Incident Commander
RICReconnaissance Interpretation Centre
RICResource Implementation Cooperative
RICResearch Triangle Park Information Center
RICRadar Intercept Control
RICRepairable Items Conference
RICRural Instruction Centre
RICRadar/IFF Controller
RICRequirement-to-Image Correlation
RICRAF Photographic Reconnaissance
RICRestrained Instruction Count
RICRepeater Interface Control
RICReliability Importance Calculator
RICResource/Repairable Identification Code
RICReceiver Interface Controller
RICRepair Induction Code
RICRemote Isolation Chamber
RICRepairable Identification/Item Code
RICRadio Information Center
RICReading in Copy (such as in cc: of an e-mail)
RICRegional Industry Collaboration
RICReferential Integrity Check
RICRadio Interconnect Controller (two-way radio)
RICRetirement Income Checkup
RICRoblox Infanty Corps
RICRéunions d'Information Création (French: Information Design Meeting)
RICRecently Industrialized Country
RICRotating Inventory Count
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It was reported on 3 June that the Royal Institution of Cornwall (RIC) has launched the Winston Graham Historical Prize to celebrate the life of the author of the 12 Poldark novels, which were set in Cornwall in the 18th and 19th centuries.
(1) I am most grateful to Joan Binder; Bean Bingley of the State Library of South Australia, Adelaide: Angela Broome, Coutney Librarian, Royal Institution of Cornwall; Max Carter, A.O.; Jane Hylton; my predecessor Dr.
Remarkable is the fact that this great assemblage of Cornish and worldwide mineral species has remained largely intact, for the most part housed in two venerable British institutions, the Royal Institution of Cornwall, Truro, and the Natural History Museum, London.
The major collection remained at Menabilly until 1903 when it was sold by the family to the Royal Institution of Cornwall where it remains today.
He donated his mineral collection, formed during his youth, to the Royal Institution of Cornwall in 1804 or before.
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