LOCELaw Offices of Carolyn Elefant (Washington, DC)
LOCELittoral Operations in a Contested Environment (US Marine Corps and US Navy)
LOCELinked Operations-Intelligence Centers Europe (US DoD)
LOCELoss-Of-Coolant Experiment
LOCELimited Operational Capability for Europe
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LOCE consists of a set of servers containing databases and imagery information and a network supporting more than 600 workstations that are distributed between U.S.
With the change in government, Article 2.2 b) of the new LOCE sets forth that the student has the fundamental right to be given "respect for his/her freedom of conscience, his/her religious and moral beliefs, as determined by the Constitution." Article 2.4 a) recognizes the duty to "respect the freedom of conscience and the religious and moral beliefs" of the other students.
Loce and 14 others were convicted in April 1991 of criminal trespass for forcing their way into a clinic in an unsuccessful attempt to stop his fiancee from having an abortion.
18.962 Organica Constitucional de Educacion (Loce), que permite una explosion en ofertas academicas de nivel superior.
Dicho avance se va consolidando en sucesivas reformas educativas: logse (Ley Organica General del Sistema Educativo), loce (Ley Organica de Calidad de la Educacion) y loe (Ley Organica de Educacion), avances que quedan expuestos en la Tabla 1.