OOC

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AcronymDefinition
OOCOut of Character (online role-playing)
OOCOut-Of-Character (gaming)
OOCOut Of Control
OOCOutfit of Choice (pageants)
OOCOrder of Creation (theology)
OOCOut of Committee (various locations)
OOCOut of Camera (photography)
OOCOffice of Citizenship (US CIS)
OOCOut of Curiosity
OOCOptical (WDM) Overhead Channel
OOCOut of Character
OOCOriginal or Copy
OOCOut of Core
OOCOffice of Counsel (US Navy)
OOCOut of Context
OOCOut-Of-Conference
OOCOman Oil Company
OOCOut of Course (Singapore Armed Forces)
OOCoil on canvas (type of painting)
OOCOsaka Organic Chemical Industry Ltd. (Japan)
OOCOffice of Compliance (various organizations)
OOCOut-Of-Commission
OOCOut of Country
OOCOffice of the Chairman
OOCOut of Coffee
OOCOrlando Opera Company (est. 1958; Orlando, FL)
OOCOptical Orthogonal Code
OOCOut of Contract
OOCOut of Clan (gaming)
OOCOut of Calibration
OOCOut of Cycle
OOCOut of Concentration (Dark Age of Camelot online game)
OOCOil on Cuttings
OOCOfficer of Cadets (Australian Defence Forces)
OOCOperational Oceanography Center
OOCObject-Oriented COBOL
OOCOut of Code
OOCOther Operating Costs (financial management)
OOCOriginating Office Control
OOCOlympics Organizing Committee
OOCOrders-on-Contract
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Even news that British Energy continue to work on five out-of-commission boilers failed to dampen investor enthusiasm for the stock which jumped 32.
Bench grinders on 79% of the submarines surveyed were considered out-of-commission due to non-ferrous material in the grinding wheels.
Prohibited, and hence placed out of sight or otherwise rendered out-of-commission in particular times and places, are in some Jewish homes: cars, money, and fire on Sabbath; bread and flour on Passover; mirrors and leather shoes in the mourner's house.
Out-of-commission Bitcoin exchange Mt Gox has been served with subpoenas for information on what action it took in response to recent cyber attacks, Reuters reported.
In between, one found constructions of closed surfaces and frameworks reminiscent of furniture, boldly jutting structures featuring shiny neon lights or out-of-commission appliances serving as foreign bodies and, like technological fossils, offering a distant memory of some possible function.
But maintaining out-of-commission covered bridges costs the county Parks Division a pretty penny, and something had to be done to help offset the expense.