BECC


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AcronymDefinition
BECCBorder Environment Cooperation Commission
BECCBehavior, Energy and Climate Change (conference)
BECCBabson Executive Conference Center
BECCBasic Engineering Common Core (Navy "A" school)
BECCBeneficial Effect of Composite Construction (structures)
BECCBoeing Emplyees Coin Club (Kent, WA)
BECCBurst Erasure Correcting Code
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& Blume (15 species), and Plectocomiopsis Becc. (six species).
Morphology of fruits, diaspores, seeds, seedlings, and saplings of Syagrus coronata (Mart.) Becc. Bioscience Journal 32:652-660.
After filing the complaint, the SEC uncovered evidence that Faulkner, BECC and BOG were continuing to victimize investors by misappropriating oil-and-gas production revenue owed to them.
Becc.: sucesso reprodutivo e persistencia em areas de cerrado na regiao do DF.
Wagers, 39, of Dallas, general counsel and chief operating officer of BECC, with violations of the antifraud, reporting, recordkeeping and internal controls provisions of federal securities laws.
Its strategies for engaging diverse audiences in behavior change are highlighted regularly at national conferences including AESP, ACEEE, BECC, Green Build and the Garrison Institute.
The BECC had been founded in 1969 to protest the exclusion of painters and sculptors from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's documentary exhibition "Harlem on My Mind," and that same year, several of its members had requested a meeting with the Whitney's top brass, commencing a dialogue that was to go on for months.
Steven Szostak, chief executive of Britain's Energy Coast Cumbria (BECC), is based at Westlakes Science and Technology Park in Moor Row, near the Sellafield site.