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lingo

n. language; special vocabulary. When you catch on to the lingo, everything becomes clear.
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A series of speech driven applications has been executed by Mojo Lingo on the LumenVox platform that have raised mobile and web experiences for customers calling from mobile phones into customer contact centers.
However, through feedback from the teacher community itself, we know students learn best when teachers have control of the curriculum and content to engage them", said Christian Hasker, co-founder of Lingo Jingo, "Lingo Jingo is an online teaching and learning platform empowers teachers to reinforce what students are learning in the classroom.
Lingo broke a leg at home during his preparation for the Kingwell Hurdle, leaving O'Neill to observe: "We've had some great times with him but there were better to come.
A change of training regime with the ten-year-old has reaped its reward, in Mullins' opinion, believing that keeping Bob Lingo fresh is the key.
Body Lingo will reveal whether someone is lying or is uncomfortable, and users will quickly be able discover the meaning behind 40 different body signals.
Wild Eye Designs, a leading edge designer and manufacturer of tabletop, home accessories and gift items, made the switch to eZCom Lingo toward the end of 2009.
Now: Lingo and Parrish are expanding their services even more with the addition of offices on the second floor,, and plans for more expansion in the back of the building.
Lingo, one of last season's top novice hurdlers, has not run since winning the Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown last January.
Lingo certainly did enough in outpointing Garde Champetre in the ladbrokes.
O'Neill helped punters with their ante-post plans by insisting the Champion Hurdle would not be on the agenda for Lingo in March, despite his presence at around the 20-1 mark in most bookmakers' lists.
After a successful debut over jumps at Naas in November, Lingo was beaten by Perle De Puce at Ascot.
Lingo is one of five runners in what looks a fascinating renewal of the ladbrokes.
They also said the man grabbed 12-year-old Jay Lingo by the neck, then led him back to the Wolfs' home a few blocks away.
First, though, we'll explain some of the lingo you might hear on TV or in financial publications whenever professionals interpret the yield curve.
The only works in which the dancers were encouraged to display individuality, rather than voltage, were Our Town by the late Philip Jerry and Lingo by artistic director Septime Webre and company rehearsal director Charla Genn.