COTC


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AcronymDefinition
COTCClan of the Cats (webcomic)
COTCCream of the Crop (Chronsky music)
COTCCentral Ohio Technical College
COTCChurch Of The Creator (hate group)
COTCCorn on the Cob
COTCCanadian Officer Training Corps (Canada)
COTCCommanding Officer, Training Contingent
COTCChannel-Optimized Transform Code
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Saudi Aramco and Saudi Basic Industries Company (Sabic) are developing a fully-integrated crude oil-to-chemicals (COTC) complex in the kingdom.
The COTC study was organized according to the propensity of different breeds to develop particular types of cancer.
During the past year, COTC has worked with Spikes Cavell and its data extraction and analysis software, Camstra shares.
"We expect this initiative will drive benefits for both COTC and its suppliers alike in managing and responding to often complex and timely bidding activities," said Scott Blackwood, CEO of Unimarket.
The BCERC COTC members represented a range of experience in community-based participatory research; few had training in basic science.
For OSUN and COTC to compete effectively for students, the IT infrastructure would have to be designed to support many different and bandwidthintensive applications.
A North Carolina jury found that Pierce tried to help hide the assets of another hate group, the Church of the Creator, (COTC) that was earlier found responsible for the death of a Black soldier (SPLC Report, 1998).
In the summer 1961, I was serving as a COTC officer with the 8th Canadian Hussars, part of Canada's brigade with forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in the Federal Republic of Germany.
In Ontario Wolfgang Droege (ex-KKK) and the Heritage Front, in alliance with the Church of the Creator (COTC) are involved in the Reform party.
Saudi Aramco's planned crude oil to chemicals (COTC) complex with Sabic in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia is perhaps the most watched project on the planet as it could have stunning implications for the petrochemicals sector.
Crude-oil-to-chemicals (COTC) technologies might be the next development step for refiners faced with diminishing returns on the production of petroleum products.
Saudi Aramco's senior vice president of downstream, Abdulaziz Al-Judaimi, said Sabic was a "strategic fit" for the oil giant that is investing in the development of resource-efficient processes, such as crude-oil-to-chemicals technology, or COTC.