AOCA

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AOCAAutomotive Oil Change Association
AOCAAntiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese
AOCAAsociación de Organizadores de Congresos de Argentina (Spanish: Argentina Congress Organizers Association; Argentina)
AOCAAfriOceans Conservation Alliance
AOCAAirline Oxygen Council of America
AOCAAssociate of the Ontario College of Art
AOCAApprenticeship and Occupational Certification Act (Canada)
AOCAArmy Otter Caribou Association
AOCAAmerican Osteopathic College of Anesthesiologists
AOCAAcousto Optic Cell Array
AOCAAssociation for Ophthalmic Cooperation to Asia
AOCAanomalous origin of a coronary artery
AOCAAssociation Outstanding Chapter Award
AOCAAustralian Owned Companies Association
AOCAAmerican Oil Chemists Association
AOCAArt of Construction Australia
AOCAadvanced operator correlation algorithm
AOCAAustralian Olympic Coordinating Authority
AOCAAustralian Oral Care Alliance
AOCAAlternate Outpatient Care Areas (temporary ambulatory care areas)
AOCAAssociation of Orthodox Christian Attorneys
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In answering Father Spartas, McGuire introduced him to Archbishop Daniel William Alexander, who was in charge of AOCA in South Africa.
AOCA's credit experts have developed a formulaic approach that analyzes publicly available data to assess the capital adequacy, asset quality, profitability, liquidity, and balance sheet composition of banks.
AOCA has a long track record evaluating the credit quality of the banking industry.
AoCA has designed innovative solutions that have enabled their customers to maximize their IT investment in industry-leading enterprise management, storage, security and information management tools,Ao said Ross Brown, VP, Solution Partners and ISVs, Microsoft Corp.
AoCA has worked closely with Microsoft for many years to integrate our management solutions across key Microsoft platforms and applications to achieve this goal.
Most modern-day drivers operate their automobiles under what are often called "severe driving conditions." Randy Kambic, director of Media Services at Jiffy Lube International, defines those conditions as "stop-and-go driving, cold and hot weather, dusty air, mountainous terrain and carrying heavy loads." The benefits of frequently changing your vehicle's oil, according to Steve Christie, executive director at Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA), "include more lubrication for your engine, better gas mileage and decreased emissions."