OCLEObject Constraint Language Environment
OCLEOrgan Cultured Lens Epithelial
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Nominations for the 2020 OCLE will open early next year.
(176.) See supra note 44 (recounting case of William and Joan Ocle).
(44.) See Carrozzo, supra note 1, at 435-36 (recounting case of William and Joan Ocle).
Abstraction level CASE tool used for ensuring consistency 1 Metamodel of UML -- 2 Metamodel of UML USE tool 3 Metamodel of UML OCLE 4 Metamodel of UML Rational Rose with integrated UML Analyzer 5 Metamodel of UML MagicDraw UML 6 Formal language Maude, modelCheck function 7 Formal language Loom 8 Formal language Poseidon for UML, MCC plug-in Table 2.
For during the last six years, council litter patrol officers Mr Neil Marrsays and Mr Tom Mason have collected almost six hundred empty snuff boxes from the verges at Ocle Pychard, near Malvern.
Craft producer Tom Oliver, from Ocle Pychard in Herefordshire, was presented the Best in Show cup at the Three Counties Show Cider and Perry competition, now in its third year.
It's necessary to work on 'ethno-educational' proposals that promote interculturalism," says Alexandra Ocles, a young Afro-Ecuadoran researcher at the Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones para Afrodescendientes-Ecuador.
In contrast to the importance given a dead body in a play like Soph ocles' Antigone--where a dead body continues to be a body endowed with cultural and familial significance--we think of the complete lack of interest in such bodies in so many contemporary popular action films and adventure stories, where the bodies of the dead antagonists are rarely accorded significant attention.