KCOKenya Country Office (conservation)
KCOKunst en Cultuur Overijssel (Dutch: Arts and Culture Overijssel; Overijssel, Netherlands)
KCOKevin Critchley Outfit (band)
KCOKlaipeda Chamber Orchestra (Lithuania)
KCOKeiko Yamada (Japanese pop singer)
KCOKenyan Community in Ontario (Canada)
KCOKids Camp Out (Uniting Church; Australia)
KCOKey Controls Over Operations
KCOKitchener, Central Ontario (call letters)
KCOKeene Chamber Orchestra (Sullivan, NH)
KCOKnickerbocker Chamber Orchestra (New York, NY)
KCOKoninklijk Concertgebouworkes (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra)
KCOKojika and Komiko (manga)
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"At a time when shippers rely heavily on fragmented systems that automatically select carriers based on cost, speed and service, joining these complementary forces together answers a need for a comprehensive global solution," said Gerry DeBiasi, a partner at KCO.
Additionally, we have diversified our customer base, gained access to a new market segment, expanded our geographic presence, and enabled the two companies to share best practices," said Ken Heuer, a KCO principal and a Nexcore Board member.
According these studies, isosteviol could reduce the infraction area and restore the contractility in cardiac IR in vivo and in isolated hearts without introducing or even improving arrhythmia [27-29], which as an adverse effect limits the usage of classical KCOs in clinic [30].
Agip KCO is an agent for the NCOC and is responsible for the project execution of the onshore elements of the second phase of the Kashagan development.
In 2009 Agip KCO awarded Supacat a contract for a fleet of seven PTVs, marking Supacat's entry into the oil and gas sector where its experience in all-terrain military vehicles and hostile environment engineering are applicable to the sector's specialist transportation requirements.
Data from his institution show that in patients with AATD who have never smoked, gas transfer (as assessed from the transfer coefficient of carbon monoxide, or KCO) begins to substantially deviate from that expected much earlier in life, at about 26 years of age, than does lung function (as assessed from forced expiratory volume in 1 second, or FEVj), which falls off most rapidly at about 45 years of age.
a) Reduced TLCO and KCO due to a reduced surface area for gaseous exchange (5).
(Agip KCO), has estimated its recoverable reserves at 13bn barrels of oil equivalent, with total reserves-in-place put at around 38bn barrels of oe.
Credit Suisse has increased the target price of Kloeckner & Co (Xetra: KCO), a Germany-based company engaged in metal distribution in European and North American markets.
The DEA utilizes permanently assigned personnel at the Kabul Country Office (KCO) and Foreign-deployed Advisory Support Teams (FAST) in Afghanistan.
The musicians are Polly Mackey and The Pleasure Principle, a five piece group from Wrexham; KCO - the Kevin Critchley Outfit - featuring seven musicians from Chester; Face of Christ, a hardcore metal band also from Chester; and Louise Greener, a solo singer-songwriter from Buckley.
The project is being developed by a consortium led by Agip KCO.