IOC

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AcronymDefinition
IOCInternational Olympic Committee
IOCIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (UNESCO)
IOCInversion of Control (OOP pattern)
IOCInput/Output Controller
IOCInstituto Oswaldo Cruz (Portuguese: Oswaldo Cruz Institute; Brazil)
IOCInitial Operational Capability
IOCIntegrated Operations Center (various organizations)
IOCInitial Operating Capability
IOCInvasion of Chaos (gaming)
IOCInternational Olive Council
IOCIndicator of Compromise
IOCImitation of Christ
IOCInternational Oceanographic Commission
IOCInitiatives of Change (various locations)
IOCIndian Ocean Commission
IOCIbm Open Class Library
IOCInter Office Channel
IOCInstant Organizational Chart
IOCInversion of Control
IOCInstall Optional Components
IOCInput Output Control
IOCIsdn Ordering Code
IOCInstitute of Oriental Culture (Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia; Japan)
IOCImmediate or Cancel (trade order)
IOCInternational Oil Company
IOCIndian Oil Corporation, Ltd
IOCIndian Orthodox Church
IOCIndependent Operating Company
IOCInstitute of Organic Chemistry (China)
IOCIndirect Operating Cost
IOCIndustrial Operations Command
IOCInorganic Chemical
IOCImages-On-Call (teleradiology system)
IOCInteragency Operations Center
IOCIraqi Olympic Committee
IOCInformation Operations Center
IOCInternational Ozone Commission
IOCIntegrated Oil Company
IOCIntegrated Optical Circuit
IOCIntraoperative Cholangiogram
IOCInitial Operational Clearance
IOCIndustrial Office Commercial (realty)
IOCInter-Office Channel
IOCInstitute of Carpenters
IOCInorganic Compound
IOCInteroffice Channel
IOCIndex of Cooperation (ITU-T)
IOCInstructor Orientation Course (SCUBA PADI course)
IOCIn-Orbit Checkout
IOCInternet Operations Center (IETF)
IOCISDN Ordering Code (Bellcore)
IOCIllinois Online Conference (now Illinois Online Conference)
IOCInfantry Officers' Course (USMC)
IOCInput/Output Cluster (Cray)
IOCInter Office Communications
IOCInternal Organizational Communication
IOCInternal Oral Commentary (examination)
IOCInterior Oriented Collaboration (Japan)
IOCIslam on Campus
IOCIndependent Operating Carrier
IOCInstantaneous Overcurrent
IOCInternational Oil Corporation (Nevada)
IOCIOTA Occultation Camera (International Occultation Timing Association)
IOCInterfaith Open Communities
IOCIslamic Observation Centre
IOCIndividual Oral Commentary
IOCInformation Object Class
IOCINTELSAT Operations Center
IOCInternet Operation Center
IOCInter-Organizational Coordination
IOCIntegrated Optical Component
IOCIntercept Operations Center
IOCInnovation Ontario Corporation (Government of Ontario Corporation)
IOCInnocent Owner/Operator Certificate
IOCImpact Over Cost
IOCIn-Orbit Construction (NASA)
IOCIn-Organic Chemical
IOCIntrinsic Order Criterion
IOCInvoluntary Outpatient Civil commitment
IOCInput Output Cabinet
IOCIntercell Ohmic Contact
IOCInternational Obesity Congress
IOCInternal Overload Control
IOCInternal Office Communication
IOCInternal Office Code
IOCÍndice de Oscilación Austral (Spanish: Southern Oscillation Index)
IOCInter-Object Concurrency
IOCInteractive Orbit Calculator
IOCInspector on Call
IOCInternational Outsourcing Company (Tunisia)
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62) What we see in the case of the Imitation of Christ is precisely the same policy, although from the opposite end of the religious spectrum.
He asserts childbirth became construed as "a chance for women, in imitation of Christ, to redeem some small part of the world by exposing herself to pain and death in the name of her child, of human posterity as a whole, and especially in fulfillment of God's command" (71).
While a bit of a pre-Vatican II throwback in style and content, I can vividly recall my mother's circle of friends, most of whom were stay-at-home morns, gathered around the kitchen table intently debating Thomas a Kempis' Imitation of Christ.
Rodriguez reframes Chavez in terms of a Catholic mythopoesis, with an imitation of Christ cut from the cloth of St.
But Hubmaier did insist that faith cannot be understood apart from the baptismal pledge to a life of obedience, in imitation of Christ, lived in the context of a covenantal community.
Finally, His Holiness encourages all those who have dedicated their lives in generous service to children to persevere in their good works in imitation of Christ the Good Shepherd.
These include the Capetian understanding of Louis's sanctity through the offices commissioned by Philip IV, which focused on sacral kingship and located Louis's sanctity in his kingship; the offices developed by Parisian Cistercian and Benedictine communities, which depicted a Louis who found sanctity despite his kingship; and Franciscan offices, which focused on Louis's active devotion and imitation of Christ, particularly while on crusade.
Wishart writes: "The imitation of Christ requires self-denial and suffering.
Collins traces a number of false legends that arose (rather in the manner Strauss had supposed of the Gospels) from the discovery of a copy of The Imitation of Christ by her bedside along with another rumour about the supposed discovery of an unpublished study of varying ideas of a future life.
Its literary monument, Thomas a Kempis's Imitation of Christ (ca.
This organization was instrumental in the formulation of Netherlandish piety, and its beliefs are echoed in Thomas a Kempis's monumental Imitation of Christ (Imitatione Christi).
Underland, created for the Sydney Dance Company, is an extension of that aesthetic, with costumes by the vaguely controversial clothing line Imitation of Christ and music by Australian indic god Nick Cave, whose desolate soundscapes and storytelling inspired the work.