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AcronymDefinition
OCSOuter Continental Shelf
OCSOffice Communications Server (Microsoft)
OCSOfficer Candidate School
OCSOffice of Community Services
OCSOffice of Career Services
OCSOffice of Coast Survey
OCSOverseas Courier Service
OCSOntario Cannabis Store (Ontario, Canada)
OCSOffice of Children's Services (Alaska)
OCSOkinawa Credit Service Co., Ltd. (Japan)
OCSOral Corticosteroids
OCSOcean Colour Scene (band)
OCSOrthopedic Clinical Specialist
OCSOil-Contaminated Soil
OCSOracle Collaboration Suite
OCSOrganizations of Civil Society
OCSOrange County Schools (North Carolina)
OCSOffice of Catholic Schools (various schools)
OCSOverhead Contact System
OCSOverhead Catenary System (power)
OCSOffice of the Chief Scientist (various locations)
OCSOffice Coffee Service
OCSOccupant Classification System
OCSOrder Communication System
OCSOaks Christian School (Westlake Village, CA)
OCSOrdinary Common Sense
OCSOnly Child Syndrome
OCSOriginal Chip Set
OCSOracle Content Services
OCSOnline Charging System
OCSOne Click Search
OCSOpen Controls System
OCSOpen Content Syndication
OCSOpen Computer and Software
OCSObject Compatibility Standard
OCSOptimizing Control System
OCSOperator Communications Software
OCSOnline Content Syndication
OCSOnboard Computer System
OCSOnline Customer Support
OCSOnline Command Server
OCSOnline Community System
OCSon Chip Sequencer
OCSOriginal Chipset (Commodore Amiga computers)
OCSObsessive-Compulsive Spectrum (psychology)
OCSOklahoma Climatological Survey
OCSOrange County Supertones (band)
OCSOn Course Side (sailboat racing)
OCSOral Care Specialist (dentistry)
OCSOperator Control Station
OCSOffice of Cancer Survivorship (National Cancer Institute)
OCSOptical Control System
OCSOrganized Crime Section (various organizations)
OCSOld Church Slavonic (extinct liturgical language; aka Old Church Slavic)
OCSOrthogonal Curvilinear Coordinate System
OCSOn the Course Side (sailing, starting line)
OCSOnline Charging System (commerce software)
OCSOnline Car Show (est. 2004)
OCSOrganizational Culture Survey (various companies)
OCSOnline Customer Service
OCSOfficer Cadet School
OCSOpen Content Syndication (XML format)
OCSOnboard Control System (US NASA)
OCSOffice of Crime Statistics
OCSOperational Control System
OCSOrder Control System
OCSOpen Channel Solutions (Australia)
OCSOffice of the Chief of Staff (US Army)
OCSOutbound Contact Solution
OCSOriginating Call Screening
OCSOffice Car Special (various companies)
OCSOffice of the Chief Statistician (UK)
OCSOffshore Constitutional Settlement (Australia)
OCSOffensive Counterspace
OCSOptimum Class Size
OCSOff-Campus Student
OCSOn Campus Suspension
OCSOpen Cluster Stack (computing)
OCSOpenconnect Systems
OCSOne-Coat Stucco
OCSObstacle Clearance Surface (aviation)
OCSOffice of Conference Services (various universities)
OCSOn-Card Sequencer
OCSOutback Champions Series (tennis)
OCSOnline Consultation Service
OCSOverseas Citizens Service
OCSObsessive-Compulsive Syndrome
OCSOld Chipset (Commodore Amiga computers)
OCSObservatory Carl Sagan (University of Sonora; Mexico)
OCSOphthalmic Coding Specialist
OCSOn-Line Comparison System
OCSOcean Color Scanner
OCSOn Company Service
OCSOnboard Computer System (Russian)
OCSOil Companies School (Libya)
OCSOceanic Control System (air traffic management system used by Airways Corporation of New Zealand Ltd)
OCSOjemann Cortical Stimulator (Integra)
OCSOffering Circular Supplement (bond drafting document)
OCSOrange County Speaker (Garden Grove, CA)
OCSOffender Communication System (Digital Solutions, Inc.; correctional system inmate phone system)
OCSOldtimer Club Stokkem (automobile club; Dilsen-Stokkem, Belgium)
OCSOrbit Control Subsystem
OCSOfficer Conducting the Serial
OCSOptical Character Scanner
OCSOffice of the Corporate Secretary (Canada)
OCSOptical Control Subsystem
OCSOsteopathic Clinical Skills
OCSOccupation Control System (railway)
OCSOverload Control Subsystem
OCSOperational Case Study
OCSOffice of Cyberspace Security (US White House)
OCSOffice of Communication Systems
OCSOil Company of Spain, SA
OCSOxygen Cost Score
OCSOffice of Compensatory Services (Special Education, Baltimore City Public School System)
OCSOne-Cylindrical Stack (capacitor with high dielectric constant)
OCSOperational Capability Demonstration
OCSOverhead Catenary/Collector System (transit)
OCSOrbit Circularization System
OCSOptical Communications Supplement (IEEE)
OCSOptical Channel States (Lucent)
OCSOperations Communications System
OCSOperation and Control Simulator
OCSOffice on Contract Settlement
OCSOptical Crossconnect System
OCSOutstation Communication Subsystem
OCSOregon Cascade Symphony
OCSOeuvre des Colonies Scolaires (French: Works of Colony Schools)
OCSOrdinary Circular Slot
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As for the Old Church Slavonic text, the composer asked the Prague-based expert Milos Weingart to revise it.
Haspelmath (1991: 107, 1997: 131-132), following Miklosich (1886: 214), derives Old Church Slavonic (Old Bulgarian) indefinite pronouns such as nekuto 'someone' and necito 'something' historically from clauses such as ne ve kuto / cito 'I don't know who / what' (sic, presumably for ne ve / vesti kuto / cito 'he / she doesn't know who / what' or ne vemi / vede kuto / cito 'I don't know who / what' etc.) via grammaticalization paths of the kind 'She told him I don't know what' > 'She told him something' with corresponding extreme phonological erosion (Haspelmath 1997: 143).
They also print Vaillant's French translation of the Old Church Slavonic version as an appendix (pp.
Arzamas society Russian literary circle (flourished 1815-18) formed for the semi-serious purpose of ridiculing the conservative "Lovers of the Russian Word," who wished to keep the modern Russian language firmly tied to Old Church Slavonic. They took the name Arzamas from a small city in east-central Russia; it was the setting of a work by Dmitry Bludov that satirized the language conservatives.
(Boswell translates most of the ceremonies, so general readers won't have to worry about brushing up on their Old Church Slavonic.)
He formed modern literary Russian by establishing a working relationship between Old Church Slavonic and the Russian vernacular, producing a literary language that equals any other in richness and flexibility.
His topics include the territorial extent and development of the Premyslid realm, the origins of ecclesiastical organization in the Czech lands, Legenda Christiani as a 10th-century source, and Old Church Slavonic literature and liturgy in the Premyslid realm during the 10th and 11th centuries.