GRCI

AcronymDefinition
GRCIGrand River Collegiate Institute (Canada)
GRCIGreater Redstone Clearwater Initiative (Pennsylvania)
GRCIGeneral Research Corporation International (Santa Barbara, CA)
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Since W Global Center is a joint venture between the Wee family and GRCI, the restaurant group will be moving its headquarters there.
GRCI's portfolio also includes stakes at chef Stephanie Zubiri's Modern Epicurean Kitchen, and TV personality Vivienne Tan-Vaca's My Street Singapore at Megamall.
Barring construction delays, GRCI hopes to end the year with 28 restaurants and will employ close to a thousand.
talupa/i >>gruda, hrga<< za koju mu se cini da je svakako rijec koja je svakodnevna i koju su Grci morali posuditi kod kuce, a ne preko mora.
Susan Klutnick, MAN Roland sales manager for commercial web operations, serves on the advisory board of Cal Poly's Grahic Communication Department, and has contributed in the development of GrCI. Klutnick, former operations director of the Los Angeles Times' Olympic plant, said in a statement that "MAN Roland becoming a partner will make the institute stronger in its efforts to help printers succeed in a media marketplace that is growing more competitive and complex every day."
As part of the deal, MAN Roland will have access to GrCI's research results.
GRCI will provide modernization and data management services.
(GRCI) in San Antonio, Texas, provides a local alternative to other long-distance companies.
(GENROCO) (OTC BB: "GRCI") has unveiled its new TBF-864 Gigabyte System Network (GSN) disk array and the company's TSX-8864 eight-port GSN switch.
(GENROCO) (OTC BB: "GRCI"), of Slinger, Wisconsin, has been awarded contracts to provide over one million dollars worth of HIPPI (High Performance Parallel Interface) controllers for Compaq/Digital and Sun Microsystems superservers at United States departments of Defense and Energy supercomputer sites for both network and storage applications.