NOCCA

AcronymDefinition
NOCCANew Orleans Center for Creative Arts (New Orleans, Louisiana)
NOCCANorth County Coalition for the Arts (est. 1997; Brawley, CA)
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With NOCCA a new innovation curriculum will be jointly developed and implemented in Helsinki, Tallinn and Riga, comprised of three consecutive multidisciplinary and intergenerational hackathons and idea camps that mix students from the participating countries and organizations with the purpose of creating new cross-border companies and further engaging the innovation ecosystem.
"The idea of Nocca is to build products that are traditional abroad on modern consumer habits in the United States, trying to create an image that's more modern and more accessible," Wooller said.
Construction of job-exposure matrices for the Nordic Occupational Cancer Study (NOCCA).
In 2010, Nocca sent 98 percent of its seniors to college.
A week later, with the set safely ensconced at NOCCA, Schepker could be discovered steering a wheelbarrow through the school's riverside warehouse complex, hauling two giant containers of playground mulch.
(46.) Nocca G, D'Anto V, Desiderio C, Rossetti DV, Valletta R, Baquala AM, Schweikl H, Lupi A, Rengo S, Spagnuolo G.
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When I went to NOCCA [New Orleans Center for Creative Arts], I had to learn everything to do with theory.
Estas acotaciones se encuentran todas en el volumen VI de su obra Origen, progresos y estado actual de toda la literatura y en una de sus cartas dirigida a Nocca, catedratico de Botanica de la Universidad de Pavia.
"We went to the New Orleans Centre for Creative Arts (NOCCA) and I was accepted into there, so that was the end of my plans to become either a lawyer, a doctor or an engineer."