OFCSOnline Film Critics Society
OFCSOffline Charging System
OFCSOh for Christ's Sake
OFCSOval Fin Contact Structure
OFCSOptical Fiber Communication System
OFCSOperational Field Catering System (UK)
OFCSOrganic Farming Conversion Scheme (various locations)
OFCSOffice of Family and Children's Services (New York)
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His diet has slowly been expanded with the exception of milk; he will have to complete an oral food challenge (OFC) with milk in a controlled office setting prior to its reintroduction.
Britain has a big role in the flourishing of these entities, not simply because so many of its overseas territories and crown dependencies are OFCs, but many of the lawyers, accountants and bankers working in the offshore industry operate out of the city of London.
OFCs are often located in small places: inland or mountain enclaves
Data on this segment of the financial system will be captured through a socalled Other Financial Corporations Survey (OFCS).
This plan takes into account the company's ongoing endeavor in setting up 1,70,000-km long OFCs across the country.
This paper aims at finding the proper condition so that the resulting closed-loop system is asymptotically stable with the three types of OFCs. For this purpose, the following lemmas are first introduced.
The current study therefore aimed to determine the pattern of birth weights, lengths, OFCs and ponderal indices (PIs) of term Nigerian babies.
Investments through offshore financial centres (OFCs) and special-purpose entities (SPEs) are at historically high levels.
Not all are 'offshore financial centres'(OFCs)--to use the more sanitised label--but a surprising number are.
Looking now at the second block, or Kirriibbanwewa area, paddy is the main crop of the majority of farmers, followed by the cultivation of bananas and OFCs. In the third developed block, Sooriyawewa, both paddy and banana are dominant crops with some farmers also cultivating OFCs.