CTOC

AcronymDefinition
CTOCConvention against Transnational Organized Crime (UN)
CTOCCâmara dos Técnicos Oficiais de Contas (Lisbon, Portugal)
CTOCCountering Transnational Organized Crime
CTOCCombined Team of Clans (gaming)
CTOCCustomer to Customer
CTOCChinese Taipei Olympic Committee
CTOCCorps Tactical Operations Center
CTOCContainerized Tactical Operations Center
CTOCCombined Tactical Operations Center
CTOCCenter to Center (engineering)
CTOCChildren's Theatre of Charleston (Charleston, WV)
CTOCCumulative Table of Contents
CTOCCalifornia Toll Operators Committee
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An independent certified public accountant separately contracted by the CTOC conducts compliance audit annually.
Additionally, and even more dramatically, the IOC's most recent letter suggests that the CTOC, the non-governmental entity which manages Taiwan's presence at international sporting events, may soon face punitive measures from the IOC should the Taiwanese public vote to change its international designation for sporting events.
From the CTOC, the fire support officer (FSO) and his NCO coordinated all fire missions.
criminal aim." (40) The CTOC also mandates that signatory states
More information about the academy is available from ctoc basketball@hotmail.com.
He is the 2008 chair of the Chemical Engineering Technology Operating Council (CTOC).
Topics include performance of MANET multicast routing algorithms with multiple sources, load balancing using connection pool in RFID middleware, kernel-based learning suitable for text categorization, reengineering class hierarchies into 3D bridge form, and dead code elimination in CTOC. No subject index is provided.
Martindale-Hubbell (Mew Providence, NJ), a unit of LexisNexis and Reed Elsevier, has begun the publication of Counsel to Counsel (CtoC) magazine with a September issue.
Martindale-Hubbell (New Providence, NJ), a unit of LexisNexis and Reed Elsevier, has begun the publication of Counsel to Counsel (CtoC) magazine with a September issue.
ATOC changed its name in November 1999 to Camara dos Tecnicos Oficiais de Contas (CTOC).
Meanwhile, Chen Kuo-yi, deputy secretary general of the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC), told a news conference that Taiwan will withdraw the Olympic entries for the two athletes for the sake of its international image.