IPOC

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AcronymDefinition
IPOCIndigenous and People of Color (community)
IPOCInstituto Profesional Odontológico Contemporáneo (Spanish: Profesional Contemporary Dental Institute; Mexico)
IPOCIntegrated Proceeds of Crime (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)
IPOCInterim Policy Oversight Committee
IPOCInstituto Pagan Odontologico Contemporáneo (Spanish; Mexican orthodontics school)
IPOCInterdisciplinary Plan of Care
IPOCIowa Procurement Outreach Center
IPOCInitial Point Of Contact (Sprint)
IPOCInternational Partner Operations Center
IPOCInland Police Officers Coalition, Inc. (California, USA)
IPOCInternet Party of Canada
IPOCInstitutional Point(s) of Contact
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Talking about its essence, Pashinyan mentioned that Armenia is in complete institutional collapse, state institutions are paralyzed, from the institutional point of view the state has failed, and there are no institutions that can solve the problems of Armenian citizens.
He also stressed that "The next day, I visited him, he had already appointed the Coordinator of that group and will be accompanied by him next week to Colombia to make some efforts on the ground and move forward with the decisions he wants to take from the institutional point of view and the attainment of resources ", regarding the visit of the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro, who will be in the country from September 12 to 14.
The greatest support MUD has received from an institutional point of view came from the OAS and mainly from its secretary general, Almagro, who has even allowed himself to advise the Venezuelan opposition.
Rabbani said the army chief would brief the house on the prevailing security situation and give institutional point of view of the armed forces about his recent visits abroad, particularly of Iran and Afghanistan.
Earlier, Chairman Mian Raza Rabbani informed the house that Gen Bajwa, accompanied by Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Maj Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza, would brief the Senate's committee on the security situation and give an institutional point of view of the armed forces about his recent visits abroad, particularly to Iran and Afghanistan.
Fe Mangahas, a former member of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, says the subtitle points to the fact that while books on the subject are often from the missionaries' or institutional point of view-such as Fr.
"We do think, from an institutional point of view, a much longer, sustained level of local economic growth, without interruptions from political and security crises, and on legal and regulatory infrastructure that is more robust, is required before one should commit substantial foreign capital into the Iraqi economy," he told Gulf News.
Second, right now all the economic incentives from the institutional point of view are rewards for first-time enrollment, not for completions.
Dawn said the Foreign Office's institutional point of view was that the decision whether or not to continue with the project was a political and not a legal issue.
And from an institutional point of view, it was an incompetent ministry that allowed this to continue, knowing very well that once the existing facilities were brought to the brink of collapse, it will be very expensive to turn it around.
He concludes that from the institutional point of view, pro-innovative activities in regional tourism economy should be led by tourist companies on the micro level and by regional self-government and regional tourist organizations on the mezzo level.
In 2010, they stressed the need to modernise, especially from an institutional point of view, Berne's approach of sector-based bilateralism, "which obviously has reached its limits".n
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