LAC

Laceration

LAC

The Location Area Code (in GSM).

Lac

Lac is Latin for milk
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LAC

acronym: levelized annual cost
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LAC

acronym: local area coverage
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lac

[n] - resinlike substance secreted by certain lac insects
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LAC

Leading Aircraftman - an RAF rank between Aircraftman 1st Class and Corporal, indicated by an 'airscrew' badge on the arms of the tunic.
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LAC

Looked After Children e.g. those in care homes, foster homes.
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Lac

Lac (lăk), Lakh (läk) }, noun [ Hind. lak , lākh , lāksh , Sanskrit laksha a mark, sign, lakh.] One hundred thousand; also, a vaguely great number; as, a lac of rupees. [ Written also lack .] [ East Indies]
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Lac

Lac noun [ Persian lak ; akin to Sanskrit lākshā : confer French lague , Italian & New Latin lacca . Confer Lake a color, Lacquer , Litmus .] A resinous substance produced mainly on the banyan tree, but to some extent on other trees, by t...
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lac

A resinous substance produced mainly on the banyan tree, but to some extent on other trees, by the Coccus lacca, a scale-shaped insect, the female of which fixes herself on the bark, and exudes from the margin of her body this resinous substance. ... Stick-lac is the substance in its natural state, incrusting small twigs. When broken off, and the c...
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Lac

• (n.) A resinous substance produced mainly on the banyan tree, but to some extent on other trees, by the Coccus lacca, a scale-shaped insect, the female of which fixes herself on the bark, and exudes from the margin of her body this resinous substance. • (n.) Alt. of Lakh
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Lac

(from the article `Vietnam`) Relatively little is known about the origins of the Vietnamese. They first appeared in history as the so-called `Lac` peoples, who lived in the Red ...
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lac

sticky, resinous secretion of the tiny lac insect, Laccifer lacca, which is a species of scale insect. This insect deposits lac on the twigs and ... [4 related articles]
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LAC

[disambiguation] = February 17 = ==Truncating Cites== Can anyone tell me how to truncate sites? In other words, if I have a page were multiple cites throughout the arcticle are referring to one book, and multiple other cites are referring to another book, how do I get serveral cites pointing to the one book and vice versa? As it is, I have ...
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lac

Type: Term Pronunciation: lak, lak′tis Definitions: 1. Any whitish, milklike liquid. Synonyms: milk1
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LAC

See L2PT Access Concentrator.
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lac

lac, resinous exudation from the bodies of females of a species of scale insect (Tachardia lacca), from which shellac is prepared. India is the chief source of shellac, although some is obtained from other areas in Southeast Asia. The insects feed on the sap of the twigs of certain tropical trees, s...
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Lac

Lac is a resinous substance produced upon numerous Indian trees by the exudations from the body of the female of the Coccus ficus or Coccus lacca. The finest is found on the palas or dhak (Butea frondosa), the peepul (ficus religiosa), and the koosum (Schleichera trijuga). It is composed of five different varieties of resin, with a small quantity o...
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lac

Resinous incrustation produced by the female of the lac insect (Laccifer lacca), which eventually covers the twigs of trees in India and the Far East. The gathered twigs are known as stick lac, and yield a useful crimson dye; shellac, which is used in varnishes, polishes, and leather dressings, is manufactured commercially by...
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LAC

Looked After Children
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Laç

Laç or Laçi is a city in northwestern Albania. It is the administrative center of the Kurbin District, which is part of Lezhë County. The official population is 23,400, however, the accuracy of official population statistics is questionable. Its associated football (soccer) club is KF Laçi. ...
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Lac

[disambiguation] Lac is a resinous substance produced by insects. It is also a toponym: the Lac Region and Lac Prefecture are both districts in Chad, the Lac district of Switzerland is in the canton of Fribourg and Lac is also the name of a village in Voloiac Commune, Mehedinţi County, Romania. Lac may also refer to; As an abbreviation it ...
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Lac

Lac is the scarlet resinous secretion of a number of species of lac insects, of which the most commonly cultivated species is Kerria lacca. Cultivation begins when a farmer gets a stick (broodlac) that contains eggs ready to hatch and ties it to the tree to be infested. Thousands of lac insects colonize the branches of the host trees and secrete t...
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LAC

Local Authority Circular
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