I found there to be not only a great contrast of personalities in the Indian population, but also in the Indian person.
What does IC4 stand for?
IC4 stands for Indian Person (UK police radio code)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of IC4
- InterCity 3 (Danish train)
- Interior Communications Electrician Third Class (naval rating)
- Internet and Computing Core Certification
- Internet Credit Card Collections (FMS US Deptartment of Treasury)
- Internet Crime Complaint Center
- International Committee for Classification of Corneal Diseases
- International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management
- International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks
- International Command; Control; and Communication Panel
- International Command; Control; and Communications System and Standardization Board
- International Conference on Computer, Control and Communication (Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Inc.)
- Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (also seen as ICAAAA)
- Integrated Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence
- Integration for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence
- I Care for You
- Oriental Person (UK police radio code)
- Inhibit Cellular Proliferation by 50%
- Median Inhibition Concentration (concentration that reduces the effect by 50%)
- Arabic Person (UK police radio code)
- International Center for 8mm Film (Rowley, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The book includes photographs of Indian persons and archeological finds, a summary of data from DNA studies, and a glossary.
was charged with stealing Dh4,000, two gold rings, a valuable wristwatch, silver chain and a wallet from a deceased Indian person.
And the average income of an Indian person is a third of the average income of a Chinese person.
When he would go to Pakistan he would get all riled up again," the woman told the Inquirer, "He would use words like 'infidel' when he would see an Indian person in the street.
In some way, it's a dream come true but at the same time, it was a natural progression since I have worked very hard to reach this moment," Chandhok added, referring to his entry into F1, the second Indian person to do so after Narain Karthikeyan in 2005.
You can identify an Indian person easily, they have a sense of belonging to their culture unlike us Egyptians," he said.
That fear centred around being taken away from family at a young age and not being able to have contact with siblings, being told "how bad it was to be an Indian person," and having language, culture and tradition taken away.