MoCo


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MoCoMontgomery County
MoCoModern & Contemporary (Arts)
MoCoMozilla Corporation (Mozilla Foundation)
MoCoMotion Compensation
MoCoMondo Corretto (Italian: World Fair; photography resource)
MoCoMonitoring Committee for Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation in RTD (EU)
MoCoModern Cornish (linguistics)
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La presencia de moco cervical fluido y transparente se registro en un 57% de las vacas, caracteristica del limo que ha sido altamente correlacionado con la ovulacion y el estado estrogenico que lo induce [33] y que, dada su importancia e impacto en la valoracion del buen estado endocrino reproductivo debe encontrarse en un alto porcentaje de las vacas detectadas en verdadero celo [5].
In November 1991 MOCO announced three finds in this area.
In El Mariachi there are no border crossings or characters that occupy liminal spaces between a blighted Mexico and an American dream; each character is fully immersed in Mexican life and culture, even the Anglo Moco. This is partially a result of Rodriguez thinking that the film would go directly to the Spanish-language video market, but he adhered to the same pattern in Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico.
The so-called first-order MoCo can be performed by multiplying the raw SAR data with a compensation phase term built with the knowledge of [DELTA][r.sub.in].
Commenting on the achievement, Pritika Kinra, Founder & Principal Architect, Moco Design Studio, said," It is a great honor for Moco Design Studio to be identified as the Architect of the Year in the residential segment'.
(NASDAQ: MOCO) board of directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of USD0.11 per share, payable on August 16, 2013, to shareholders of record on August 2, 2013.
"Our strategy combines selecting hot products like Moco de Gorila, which appeals to younger Hispanics, as well as proven brands like Picot for indigestion.
For these systems operating at low frequencies, e.g., the VHF/UHF band, or at higher frequencies (usually more than 1 GHz) with super high azimuth resolution (0.5m or higher), motion compensation (MoCo) is quite a challenge.