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OCCSOracle Configuration Control Script
OCCSOpencast Coal Site (UK)
OCCSOffice of Computing and Communications Services (Norfolk, Va)
OCCSOrange County Computer Society (Orange County, CA)
OCCSOberlin College Computer Science (Ohio)
OCCSOklahoma Child Care Services (Oklahoma Department of Human Services)
OCCSOptical Cross Connect System (Alcatel)
OCCSOverall Construction Classification System
OCCSOmniClass Construction Classification System
OCCSOpen Collaboration Client Solution (IBM)
OCCSOracle Customer Choice Suite (software)
OCCSOswego Community Christian School (New York; est. 1979)
OCCSOrange County Christian School (Anaheim, CA)
OCCSOhio Camera Collectors Society (Columbus, OH)
OCCSObject-Centered Coordinate System
OCCSOrdnance Chemical Center and School
OCCSObserver Controller Communication System
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The yields of MCAs decrease in the order: [P.sub.SFB] [much greater than] [P.sub.JCA] > [P.sub.SLL], and most of MCAs detected in products are OCCs. In [P.sub.SFB], trichloroacetic acid (peak 9 in Figure S2) is the most abundant compound, accounting for ca.
Each rendered their own interpretation of 'Pina' during their final performance on OCCS grounds that lasted till 9 p.m.
Polychlorinated biphenyl ethers (PCBs) and organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) are two classes of OCCs that have been designated as persistent organic pollutants (POPs).
The OCCs' lack of any command authority furthered the inter-service conflict as it encouraged individual commanders already incentivized to seek personal gain to use the OCC-D as another avenue to gain power.
reported that OCC was the most frequent (47%) predisposing factor in CVST.17 On the other hand, Nagara et al., emphasised the importance of postpartum period in CVST etiology.18 In a prospective series of 59 patients with CVST, seven of the 50 (14%) female patients were in the puerperium and 35 (70%) were using OCCs.5 In our study, compatible with the literature, 84.3% of the cases were female and it was detected that 33.3% of the patients were in the postpartum period, 15.7% were pregnant, and 5.9% were using OCCs.
P-1 rating to the $10 billion Overseas Credit Certificate (OCC) Programme to be established by Bank of China Limited (BOC), Hong Kong Branch.
More than 500 orphans from the Orphans Care Center (OCC) took part in the activities of the Orphan Day in Al-Sabeen Public Park.
That is, an OCC is a culture in which nonconfidential and nonproprietary information is actively and freely shared with both employees and interested stakeholders with the leadership's blessing and proactive participation.
Keith (formerly of Taylor Woodrow Butterwell OCCS).
The only previous occS asions when Wilkinson was dropped from the England team were for Paul Grayson at the 1999 World Cup and for Danny Cipriani in the 2008 Six Nations.
(1) "Do you hold any environmental health credential from the joint Committee for the Credentialing of Sanitarians OCCS)?" (2) "Do you hold any environmental health credential from the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)?"