Immediately Susan made the drive from her home about an-hour-and-ahalf away in Lake Cowichan for the tests.
What does LKC stand for?
LKC stands for Lake Cowichan (British Columbia, Canada)
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We have 16 other meanings of LKC in our Acronym Attic
- Link Belt Company
- Lord Krishna Bank (India)
- Lembaga Keuangan Bukan Bank (Indonesian: Non-Bank Financial Institutions)
- Little Kanawha Bus Company (Grantsville, WV)
- Lembaga Konsultasi Bantuan Hukum (Indonesian: Consultation on Legal Aid Institutions; University of Sahid, South Jakarta, Indonesia)
- Luca Kaceem Butler Masters (internet writer/personality)
- Lembaga Kantor Berita Nasional (Indonesian: National Institute of Office News; Jakarta, Indonesia)
- Legal Knowledge-Based System
- Lider Kimlik Bildirim Sistemi (Turkish: Leader Identification Notification System)
- Linux Kernel Benchmark Suite
- League of the Kingship of Christ
- Lexington Kennel Club (Kentucky)
- Library Knowledge Center (Indonesia)
- Limburgse Keverclub (Dutch: Limburg Beetle Club; automobile club; Limburg, Belgium)
- Logistics Knowledge Center (US Army)
- Longview Kennel Club
- Loughgraney Kids Corner (Ireland childcare center)
- Lake Karrinyup Country Club (Australia)
- Liry Kayak Club Chiny (Chiny, Belgium)
- Little Kingshill Cricket Club (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A ground station at Lake Cowichan, in British Columbia, acquired the first signal from the satellite less than 25 minutes after spacecraft separation, as planned.
In 2002, officials in the British Columbia town of Lake Cowichan proposed that corporations be given the right to vote in municipal elections.
Survivors include two sons, William Heller of Roseburg and John Heller of Eugene; a brother, Barry Volkers of Kitchener, Ontario; a sister, Lou Volkers of Lake Cowichan, British Columbia; and six grand- children.
HTRG already manages about 33,000 acres in the area; its Lake Cowichan property, purchased in 1993 from Shieldings Ltd.
has signed a purchase agreement for two prime picturesque lots overlooking Cowichan Lake minutes from the town of Lake Cowichan situated in South Central Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Outside the country, Frank Rose of Bumaby, British Columbia, Canada and Gordon Loutet of Lake Cowichan, British Columbia have exchanged the same card since 1929.
Teleglobe currently operates three North American teleports - Lake Cowichan, Pennant Point and Des Laurentides - with a combined total of 44 antennas.