APOC

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AcronymDefinition
APOCAs Per Our Conversation
APOCApocalypse
APOCApocrypha
APOCAmerican Pilgrims on the Camino (Olympia, WA)
APOCAfrican Program for Onchocerciasis Control (vision)
APOCAnarchist People of Color
APOCA Piece of Cake
APOCAssociation of Postal Officials of Canada
APOCAsia-Pacific Optical and Wireless Communications Conference
APOCAtlanta Probe Owners Club (Georgia)
APOCAssistant Production Office Coordinator (film and television industry)
APOCAsia-Pacific Orientation Course
APOCAsphalt Products Oil Corporation (Long Beach, CA)
APOCAlternate Point of Contact
APOCArmy Point Of Contact
APOCAccount Point of Contact
APOCAdvanced Public Order Commander (UK police service)
References in classic literature ?
One day her mother said to her: 'Come, Little Red-Cap, here is a piece of cake and a bottle of wine; take them to your grandmother, she is ill and weak, and they will do her good.
Stephen Bradley, from Tranmere, was out walking his dog, Aston, in Mersey Park, Birkenhead, last Sunday, when it spotted a piece of cake and ate it.
Buying bundles of small cuts of fabric makes it easy to coordinate a pieced project without stress, but for quilters who might not know what to do with these little squares, Peta Peace offers fourteen fun projects suitable for beginners, in her book A Piece of Cake: Sweet and Simple Quilts from Layer Cake Squares.
In "Geology Is a Piece of Cake" she has combined geologic science with kitchen cake baking to explaining basic geology.