OCSO

AcronymDefinition
OCSOOrange County Sheriff's Office (Florida)
OCSOOntario County Sheriff's Office
OCSOOrdo Cisterciensium Strictioris Observantiae (Latin: Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance; Catholic religious order)
OCSOOrder of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, Trappists and Trappistines (religious order)
OCSOOff-Campus Student Organization (The College of New Jersey; Ewing, NJ)
OCSOOnondaga Civic Symphony Orchestra (Baldwinsville, NY)
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The officials added: "If anyone has been a victim of this suspect or has knowledge of other incidents, they are asked to call the OCSO at (803) 534-3550 or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
Basil Pennington, OCSO. Liguouri, MO: Liguouri/Triumph, 1999.
The same description of the meetings as published in Merton's Asian Journal has been also included in the last volume of Merton's personal diaries, see Patrick Hart OCSO (ed.), The Other Side of the Mountain: The End of the Journey, The Journals of Thomas Merton VII 1967-1968, New York: Harper San Francisco, 1998, pp.
FATHER THOMAS KEATING, OCSO, co-founded the centering prayer movement in the 1970s when he was abbot of a Cistercian monastery, St.
In the Orange County Sheriff's Office (OCSO), the rise in the application of the Taser has been dramatic.
Notwithstanding, Dom Bernardo Olivera, OCSO, Abbot General of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance (Trappists), leader of over 5000 nuns and monks in more than 150 monasteries world wide, introduced the order in its entirety to anthropology and its concept of "inculturation" (2) (Ryan, Introduction to Part I, 2).
provides frequency coverage from 1 kHz to GHz with TCXO, OCSO and VCXO oscillaors, crystal and lumped element filters, frequency synthesizer products, acoustic memories and delay devices.
The book is a blow-by-blow account by Bernardo Olivera, OCSO, at that time the abbot general of the Trappists (Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance which follows the Rule of St.
Soon after the death of Thomas Merton, Flavian Burns OCSO, the Abbot at Gethsemani, called Merton a spiritual master.
-- Thomas Merton OCSO (1915-1968), Trappist monk and theologian, Merton, Harper and Row 80
SPENCER - Father Henry Scarborough, OCSO, a Trappist monk of St.