OACEOpen Architecture Computing Environment (US Navy)
OACEOcean Abyssal Carbon Experiment (National Maritime Research Institute; Japan)
OACEOhio Association of Consulting Engineers (est. 1977)
OACEOffice of Agricultural Communications and Education (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
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Sin embargo, la preparacion y el conocimiento ambiental por parte de los trabajadores son insuficientes y no se ha logrado la incorporacion de esta dimension en el sistema de capacitacion de la mayoria de los OACE.
Carnival Cruise LinesO Carnival Pride will be featured in Food NetworkOs reality series OAce of CakesO at 10 p.m.
1961: Broadcaster and comedian, Ricky Gervais, famous for playing David Brent in The OAce and Andy Millman in Extras, is 47 today
Biosphere Expeditions, a nonprofit-making organisation offering hands-on wildlife conservation expeditions in various parts of the world, has been involved with this project since 2006, working with scientists from the Office of the Advisor for Conservation of Environment (OACE) of the Diwan of Royal Court with the aim to see whether the endangered cat is still present in the Musandam Peninsula.
Even as Washington faces the prospect of continuing gridlock, these new governors enter oace with the potential to spark a progressive restoration across the country--and emerge a particularly potent presidential farm team.
The PowerStream 6600 is aligned with open standards initiatives such as the Navy's Open Architecture Computing Environment (OACE).
The earthly paradise is a place where ~At oace the trees with leaves unfading grow; / The fruits are ripened and the blossoms blow' (iv.
Rivero, Magda (2010): Bases teorico-metodologicas para la evaluacion del sistema de comunicacion en empresas cubanas y Organismos de la Administracion Central del Estado (OACE).