ELCSElective Caesarean Section (also seen as ECS; obstetrics)
ELCSE-Learning Case Study (various organizations)
ELCSEnvelope-Limited Chromatin Sheet (biology)
ELCSExpanded Local Calling Service (telecommunications)
ELCSElizabethtown-Lewis Central School (Elizabethtown, NY)
ELCSEarly Learning Content Standards (Ohio Department of Education)
ELCSEquipment Loading Carrying Subsystem (military equipment)
ELCSError Linear Complexity Spectrum
ELCSEdinburgh & Lothian Counselling Services (UK)
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Andrew Stevens, CNet Training's CEO adds, "We are pleased to be able to offer our range of technical education programs to Forces Leavers to utilise their ELCs. It's such a great opportunity for individuals to gain the very latest technical knowledge, qualifications and professional credentials to prove their skills within their new careers.
All employees of the organisation are expected to become members of the VAF with the head of the organisation acting as Chair of VAF, which is a part of the Electoral Literacy Club (ELC) programme of EC.
As D2-40 is also expressed in other normal and tumor nonendothelial cells, including dendritic cells [26], which are involved in granuloma formation in some conditions as in tuberculosis, the hallmark of granulomatous disease [27], the ratification of the ELCs in this case would require the use of a panel with different markers.
The project's objectives were to 1) engage community members to assist in developing the project design, 2) establish a community-based environmental leadership council (ELC) to guide WIRE, and 3) identify the community's environmental concerns and prioritize them based on their impact on the community and community members' perceived urgency for action.
Initially, the ELCs were supposed to develop livelihoods for the people--they were meant to establish schools, hospitals and boost the economy.
The 2009 report of the Cambodian League for the Protection and Defense of Human Rights notes an additional 16 ELCs totaling over 80,000 hectares and displacing 2,900 families despite a declared moratorium to review the existing concessions.
ELCs are meant to develop processing plants for local agricultural production or plant plantations for everything from cassava to oil palm to rubber.
137-68), even as it promoted so-called economic land concessions, or ELCs, and protected companies that forcibly removed "untitled" residents from their homesteads (Grimsditch and Henderson 2009, pp.
Hoy Mai's family and 118 other households in Bos village, Oddar Meanchey province, were forcibly evicted in October 2009 as part of an ELC granted to Angkor Sugar Company.
Patients were divided into two groups based on those undergoing EMCS and those undergoing ELCS. Detailed obstetric, medical and surgical history taken and general and obstetric examination were done.
The queuing network of ESC involves a queuing flow formulation, where the three supply chain members, namely, supply points (SP), emergency logistics centers (ELCs), and demand points (DP), are treated as servers.
Central to PARCC's direct engagement of educators are the educator leader cadres (ELCs).