OTCC

AcronymDefinition
OTCCOklahoma Technology Commercialization Center (i2E Inc.; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK)
OTCCObfuscated Tiny C Compiler (computer program)
OTCCOther than Conscious Communication (trademark of David R. Dobson)
OTCCOver the Counter Culture (band)
OTCCOmnitouch Contact Center (Lucent)
OTCCOak Tree Country Club (various locations)
OTCCOne Time Credit Card
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The tobacco excise tax increase and establishment of ThaiHealth would not have occurred if there had not been key players in each area; HSRI created knowledge, RDF initiated social movement, and OTCC mobilized policy.
A contractor for the Oklahoma Center for Advancement of Science & Technology, which operates through an annual appropriation from the Oklahoma legislature, OTCC has helped inventors and entrepreneurs raise nearly $300 million in the last eight years, all in a larger effort to expand the state's economy.
The method of payment developed for anonymous accounts is unique: [T]he user's OTCC account (not a bank account but just like one, for an account holder's purposes) is credited with funds for future trips on the 407 ETR--in effect, a prepaid cash account.
"This year's sesquicentennial," explains OTCC executive director Jill Thorne, "is just a beginning.
"Basically it's 'if we build it, they will come,'" says Linda Strand, who's in charge of the OTCC's Oregon Trail merchandising program and also general manager of the Made in Oregon shops.
Thanks to a contract from the OTCC, Kelly and Steve Anderson will.
Under contract from the OTCC, Linda Strand coordinates the licensing and marketing of more than 100 high-quality Oregon Trail products.
Roche Holding (GR:RHO)(OTCC: RHHBY) is a Swiss research-focused healthcare company.
So when OTCC was finally established in 1991, demand for the community college was high, peaking between 1994 and 1999.
Patterson said OTCC has articulation agreements with most of the state's four-year institutions.
Myers said it is important to note that OTCC does not have any extracurricular activities or clubs in the performing arts or sports -- groups that often generate interest and boost enrollment.
Food company Nestle SA (SIX: NESN.VX) (OTCC: NSRGY.PK) on Tuesday reported net profit of CHF4.7bn, or EPS of CHF1.46, for the first half of 2011, from January 2011 to June 2011.