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AcronymDefinition
CHOCChocolate
CHOCChildren's Hospital Orange County
CHOCCommunity Housing Opportunities Corporation (Davis, CA)
CHOCCommunity Home Ownership Center (est. 1996; Shoreline, WA)
CHOCConsumer Health Organization of Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CHOCChildren's Haematology Oncology Clinics (Pretoria, South Africa)
CHOCCambridge History of China (Cambridge University Press)
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News & World Report (2013-2014), CHOC Children's is exclusively committed to the health and well-being of children through clinical expertise, advocacy, outreach and research that brings advanced treatment to pediatric patients.
Spahnie 363 is the first kolsch-style beer brewed by Choc Beer Co.
The first Danone Clover CHOC House was established in Bloemfontein and remains a huge success.
Take the tin out of the fridge and smooth the choc mixture over the base.
The particular genius of this endeavour is that choc ices are (a) not that expensive and (b) brilliant.
75 Fresh waffle, topped with nuts, milk and white choc sprinkles, choc sauce, white choc sauce Rocher scoop in the middle.
And home too to somebody who does not come from Zurich but who went to live there: Derek Wilton, the shadowy inventor of the choc ice.
so heavenly, we almost don't want to go back to normal In Vanilla, Mint Choc Chip and Sa Oppo ice cream in Vanilla, Mint Choc Chip and S alted Caramel is at Waitrose and Ocado.
Sainsbury's Giant White Choc & Raspberry Cookies, 0.
The book, which is a follow-up to Evonne's awardwinning debut novel Never Coming Home, is currently free to download months before its commercial release by coach company National Express and publisher Choc Lit.
Through their cycling challenge, CHOC raised funds to upgrade the wards as well as providing accommodation, food and a vehicle that transports patients and their parents from the CHOC house in Diepkloof to the hospital.