lingo

That part of the shedding mechanism sometimes called the weight. It is used for depressing one strand of WARP in a JACQUARD LOOM.

Lingo

Lingo is slang for language; speech; dialect.
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Lingo

Lingo, a contraction of language, often refers to jargon. Lingo may also refer to: ==Technology== ==People== ==Places== ==Game shows== ==Other uses== ...
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Lingo

[Dutch game show] Lingo is a Dutch television game show based on the North American format of the same name. Each episode involves two teams of two people trying to guess and spell words. The amount of letters to guess varies from 5 to 8 (depending on the round). On July 30, 2014, it was announced that Lingo would stop producing new episode...
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Lingo

Lin'go (lĭn'go) noun [ Latin lingua tongue, language. See Lingual .] Language; speech; dialect. [ Slang]
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Lingo

• (n.) Language; speech; dialect.
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LINGO

A modeling language companion to LINDO.
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Lingo

[UK game show] Lingo was a short lived British game show that originally aired as a regional programme for Central in 1987, then it became networked for all ITV regions in 1988. The Thames series was produced to fill the summer gap in the ITV schedule in 1988 while long-running police drama The Bill was off air for the year. Lingo became a ...
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Lingo

[VoIP Service operator] Lingo is a VoIP (Voice over IP) provider in the United States. It offers local and long distance calls anywhere in the U.S., to Canada, and to Western Europe, plus over 25 calling features. Lingo has been the subject of consumer complaints and negative reviews reporting refusal to honor refunds and deteriorating qual...
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Lingo

[Quebec game show] Lingo is a Quebec game show that ran for 439 episodes on Radio-Canada, from 1998 to 2001. It was hosted by longtime actor and radio/TV host Paul Houde. == Main game == The object of the game is to score points by taking five guesses at a mystery five-letter word puzzle. If at any time a team makes a mistake, such as takin...
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Lingo

[U.S. game show] Lingo is an American television game show with multiple international adaptations. Three Lingo series have aired in the United States. The first was aired in daily syndication from September 28, 1987 until March 25, 1988. A revival/reboot of the series debuted on GSN on August 5, 2002 and ran for a total of six seasons, end...
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