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LCL

Less Than Container Load

In shipping, a term describing cargo of insufficient weight to qualify for a freight rate. That is, when one ships an LCL good, one must usually pay a higher fee.
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On March 28, 2001, the LCL operating agreement was amended and restated in its entirety (revised LCL operating agreement), effective retroactively to Jan.
The Arcsine p-chart has two beneficial e_ects: (1) the tail areas will be close to the tail areas under normality, and (2) for a given p, the minimum sample size necessary to obtain a positive LCL is much smaller than that using the classical 3-sigma p-chart.
The ability of the immunoassay to detect ATM protein in LCL nuclear lysates was examined and compared with the standard method of immunoblotting.
Like LCL, LCTL applies a common-mode signal to the cable pair and the resultant differential signal is measured.
The LCL model features a compact footprint (only 10 inches wide) that frees up space on crowded countertops and a top lift door that eliminates the need for extra side clearance.
I guess my new name is Shaquille O'Neal, LCL - Last Center Left,'' he said with a chuckle.
Model LCL features an black cabinet with graphics to promote impulse sales.
Chance variability is defined as variability within the boundaries of the UCL and LCL.
As the LCL places much emphasis on empowerment of women, the church has a great need for trained women who in turn can train their sisters.
LCL is a legal information provider with more than 30 print and electronic information products targeted to legal professionals.
The LCL 130 features a built-in electronic Help function on its LCD display and can be changed from an open to a closed ink system in seconds.