CNOC

AcronymDefinition
CNOCCoordinadora Nacional de Organizaciones Campesinas (Spanish: National Coordination of Peasant Organizations)
CNOCCartoon Network Orbit Ctoons (website)
CNOCCommission on Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry
CNOCChief Nursing Officers Council
CNOCCustomer Network Operations Center (Alcatel)
CNOCChina National Oil Corporation
CNOCCommander, Naval Oceanography Command
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The name Knock is an abbreviated form of Knockcolumkill, or Cnoc Cholm Cille, the hill of St Colmcille, according to the Gaelic History of East Belfast by Gordon McCoy.
Thereafter they visited Zong Headquarters, where the Regulatory Team, CNOC Team, Radio Access Network (RAN) Team presented their workings as well as gave a live OSS system demo.
DOWNPATRICK: 2.20 Salesin, 2.50 Banellie, 3.20 Sally Bawn, 3.55 Castara Bay, 4.30 Speedy Max, 5.05 Frosty Night, 5.35 Cnoc Seoda.
This was followed, on 4 February 2010, by the creation of a National Organising Committee (CNOC) for the events, charged with the "conception, organisation, supervision, and evaluation of all the preparations and celebrations of the Golden Jubilee of Independence and Reunification of Cameroon".
The National Coordination of Peasant Organizations (CNOC) demanded a guarantee for poor families' land holdings, financial and technical support respect for Mayan worldviews, and reform of the constitution and state institutions.
Oliver Sherwood's smart novice hurdler CNOC MOY (3.50) looks a penalty kick after his good handicap run at Ascot.
LINGFIELD: 2.30 Love On Sight, 3.00 Blue Knight, 3.30 Musango, 4.00 Majuro, 4.30 Special Place, 5.00 Cnoc Moy.
Until recently, during the past three years, prices for green coffee beans have failed to even approach the threshold of US$85 per 100 pounds, said Fernando Celis Calleja, director of the Coordinadora Nacional de Organizaciones Cafetaleras (CNOC).
In 1988, several regional organizations of small coffee growers formed the Coordinadora Nacional de Organizaciones Cafetaleras (CNOC), an autonomous national network of 126 regional organizations that unites 75,000 small coffee producers.