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EOCEmergency Operations Center
EOCEnd Of Course
EOCEvidence of Coverage
EOCEducational Opportunity Center
EOCEqual Opportunities Commission (UK)
EOCEmbedded Operations Channel
EOCEpithelial Ovarian Cancer
EOCEconomic Opportunity Council
EOCEnvironment of Care (JCAHO)
EOCEmergency Operating Center
EOCEuropean Olympic Committees
EOCEthiopian Orthodox Church
EOCEthernet over Copper (telecommunications)
EOCEmergency Obstetric Care (maternal mortality)
EOCEnd Of Conversion
EOCEnergy Outreach Colorado (formerly Colorado Energy Assistance Foundation)
EOCEarth Observation Center
EOCEnd of Cycle
EOCElectro-Optics Center (Freeport, PA)
EOCEnd Of Contract
EOCEastern Orthodox Church
EOCEdge of Coverage (satellite communications)
EoCEconomy of Communion (charitable initiative for businesses)
EOCEnemies of Carlotta
EOCEvangelical Orthodox Church
EOCEarly Operational Capability
EOCEOS Operations Center
EOCEmergency Operations Coordinator
EOCElement Owners Club (Honda enthusiasts group)
EOCEmployee Owned Company
EOCEnd Of Conversation
EOCEnd of Chorus (guitar tablature)
EOCEndometrioid Ovarian Cancer
EOCEvidence or Explanation of Coverage
EOCEconomic Outpatient Care
EOCEuropean Orchid Council
EOCEnd of Century
EOCEnd Of Construction
EOCEngine-Off Coasting (automobiles)
EOCEnterprise Operation Center
EOCElement of Cost (DoD acquisition)
EOCEmbedded Overhead Channel (Alcatel)
EOCChief Equipment Operator (Naval Rating)
EOCExpeditionary Operations Center
EOCExtended Operating Conditions
EOCEnglish Outdoor Council
EOCEnd Of Curve
EOCEducational Options Center (Riverside, CA, USA)
EOCEvidence of Cover (insurance industry)
EOCEngine Oil Cooling (radiator option)
EOCError of Closure (used in closing an unclosed polygon created when determining a boundary and area)
EOCEnd Office Code (telephony)
EOCEnhanced Operational Capability
EOCEmployee On Call
EOCEngineering Operating Cycle
EOCEpiscopal Orthodox Church
EOCExecutive Oversight Council
EOCEssential Operational Capability
EOCElectronics Operations Center
EOCElement Operations Center
EOCExplosives Operations Center
EOCElectro-Optic Controller (Nortel)
EOCEstimated Overall Cost
EOCEquipment Order Control (Alcatel)
EOCExecutive Operations Council
EOCExtended/Engineered Operating/Overhaul Cycle
EOCEquipment Operator Chief
EOCEnd Operational Capability
EOCExpense Object Code
EOCEquipment Operations Center
EOCChief Engineering Aide (Naval Rating)
EOCEngine Out of Commission
EOCEquipment Operations Control
EOCEnema of Choice
EOCElementary Operations Committee
EOCEconomic Outlook Conference (various locations)
EOCExecutive Officer Committee (various organizations)
EOCEqual Opportunity Compliance (various organizations)
EOCEquipment Operational Capability (US DoD)
EOCExtensiveness of Comments
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The findings were being discussed at an EOC conference today.
The EOC called on employers to review their pay systems to make sure they were not "short-changing" women workers.
And the EOC supported 81 cases of legal action under the Sex Discrimination Act.
The EOC is staffed with trained personnel responsible for the centralized coordination and direction of all emergency response activities throughout the Xerox complex.
I am also excited to continue to be involved with EOC by joining the Chromcraft Revington team.
EOC Coordinator Dr Syed Saif Ur Rehman said the improvement in coverage near Pak-Afghan border would significantly help eradicate the poliovirus from the country.
Minority affairs minister Salman Khurshid had said on Monday that the Bill to set up an EOC would be tabled in the winter session, which will begin on Thursday.
A third of employers believe that pregnancy was an "undue cost burden" on the organisation, said the EOC.
EOC chairwoman Julie Mellor said a culture should be developed that gave everyone the chance to fulfil their potential if the expectations of young people were not to be disappointed.
The EOC is the command post for disasters like earthquakes or floods.
The EOC is supporting Ms Claire Hale, professor in health care studies at Leeds University, in her attempt to force Whickham Comprehensive in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, to allow her 13-year-old daughter Jo to wear trousers.