ODCS

AcronymDefinition
ODCSOpen Door Christian School (Elyria, OH)
ODCSOffice of Deputy Chief of Staff
ODCSOld Dominion Chrysanthemum Society (Falls Church, VA)
ODCSOnline Domain Control System
ODCSOmni-Directional Cell Site (cellular tower)
ODCSOn-Die Clock Shrink
ODCSOn Demand Distributed Computing Services
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ODCs are used in the manufacture of products to the extent the chemcials are:
The ODC tax law may be just the first in a wave of packagingrelated legislation.
The total outstanding credit extended by ODCs increased year on-year by six percent to OMR 25.6 billion at the end of April 2019.
Total deposits held with ODCs increased by 3 percent to RO22.7 billion, with private sector deposits growing by 1.2 percent to RO14.4 billion as at the end of February 2019.
and set the conditions for transition to the ODCS, G-2.
A few researchers 10,11] experimentally observed degradation in performance of the silica optics and found the oxygen deficiency centers (ODCs) on the surface of the silica optics using photoluminescence (PL) analysis.
4681 tax, adopted a strict interpretation of the regulations, and instituted a laboratory testing program to detect ODCs in printed circuit boards.
Materials or ODCs may produce some revenue as well, but they may not bear any fee or profit (see FAR 16.601(a)(2), FAR 16.601 (b) (3) (iii)).
Due to the expanding security cooperation landscape within USEUCOM, and the lack of resources to keep pace with the requirements, USEUCOM was forced to cut billets from a number of ODCs in order to establish new offices in the foreign Soviet Union countries.
RC-7 Hot contains no ODCs and has a reduced VOC content.
The utilization of chlorinated solvents, specifically Class I ozone-depleting compounds (ODCs), is being continually scrutinized by EPA and OSHA.
The new rules are intended to eliminate venting of ozone-depleting compounds (ODCs) into the atmosphere.