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lingo

A set of slang or terminology that is unique to a particular field or group of people. You've got to learn the lingo if you want to fit in around this part of the country. Yeah, we've kind of got our own lingo that we use when we work. Don't worry, you'll catch on.

lingo

n. language; special vocabulary. When you catch on to the lingo, everything becomes clear.
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This transaction expected to be significantly accretive to Lingo's adjusted EBITDA immediately upon closing, leading to approximately USD 22m in annual free cash flow.
She said: "It's been fascinating to see how the DEPOT's Bingo Lingo format has engaged a new, younger audience with the game of bingo, and we can't wait to see how people respond to having this new kind of bingo on offer at their local Mecca venues."
? Monarch has just launched a new route from Lisbon to Brum - with a handy lingo guide, right
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Brad Lingo has more than 25 years of oil & gas experience ranging from frontier deepwater exploration offshore West Africa to commercialisation of major gas projects in Australia.
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.Users can discreetly turn the wheel to surf through body images and shake to view body messages to get the real story on body language.
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.
Global Lingo is a benefit album, intended to not only to raise funds but also help young people of the world connect through the universal power of music.
I'D LIKE to ask a question that may seem naive, but why does anyone contributing to a Welsh discussion forum refer to the Welsh language as a "Lingo"?
Then: Kathy Lingo purchased the Wenatchee Natural Foods business at 222 N.
Also introduced at ATIA, Lingo is a handheld, wearable device designed to be used as an independent memory aid or for auditory cuing with students who are multiply disabled.
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A programme to sell the broadband phone service from Lingo Inc, a broadband phone service provider, bundled with Digital Clear Internet phones from American Telecom Services Inc (AMEX:TES) (ATS) a provider of converged communications solutions, has been introduced in office superstores and mass market retail channels.
(host of cable Television show Today's Health) is an extremely practical primer to the financial lingo of healthcare plans, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Medicare and Medicaid, coverage for those in the military, COBRA, and much more.
Told in diary format and filled with the landscape and lingo of Australia, the journey of Rosie and Asher will connect with many teens.