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inc.1

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engraved.
Origin of inc.1
< Latin incīsus

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Inc.

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  • Still increasing at long side of work in every 4th row, inc. 1.

  • She mustnt be sorry; you know, 178 nobody is sorryshe must be glad to get rid of inc.

    The Wayfarers Mary Stewart Cutting
  • After all, Piper Pharmaceuticals, inc., could recognize a gold mine when they saw one.

    The Native Soil Alan Edward Nourse
  • inc. “Here may men se the vertu of herbes which ben hot and which ben colde.”

    The Old English Herbals Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
  • Another work on the Physics ascribed to Ockham was preserved at Assisi, and perhaps is there still: inc. prol.

    The Grey Friars in Oxford Andrew G. Little
British Dictionary definitions for inc.

inc.

abbreviation
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included
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including

Inc.

abbreviation
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incorporated Brit equivalent Ltd
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Word Origin and History for inc.

Inc.

U.S. abbreviation of Incorporated in company names (equivalent of British Ltd.), first attested 1904.

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Related Abbreviations for inc.

inc.

1.
including
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income
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incomplete
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increase

Inc.

Incorporated
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