PCOC

AcronymDefinition
PCOCPleasure Craft Operator Card (boating safety; Canada)
PCOCPest Control Operators of California Inc. (West Sacramento, California)
PCOCPresident's Commission on Organized Crime (est. 1983)
PCOCPeninsula Chamber of Commerce (Marblehead, OH)
PCOCPotential Chemical of Concern
PCOCPest Control Oversight Committee
PCOCPersonal Computer COCOMO (Constructive Cost Model; software)
PCOCPride Consortium of Companies (Bangalore, India)
PCOCPeugeot Cabriolet Owners Club (UK)
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These ovaries were classified as polycystic ovaries with cancer (PCOC) at the early stage (PCOC-ES) and late stage (PCOC-LS).
In hens with PCOC at early and late stages, multiple ovarian cysts with or without oocytes were observed to be embedded in the stroma (Figure 2(b)).
Intense expression of Ki67 by malignant cells of PCOC was observed (Figure 3).
In hens with PCOC at early and late stages, macrophages were localized in the stroma as well as in the vicinity of ovarian cysts (Figures 4(b) and 4(c)).
Automated elections and the use of Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOC) machines were allowed in earlier elections for overseas Filipinos only in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Riyadh, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
As the country's leader in boating safety, and the number one provider of the Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC) - commonly known as a boating license - BOATsmart!, is urging families to get PCOC-certified now.
Safe Boating Teams are making stops at Canadian Tire stores and community events across the country to educate Canadians on safe boating and offer onsite PCOC exams.
Any individual operating the boat must obtain a pleasure craft operator card (PCOC), which is their proof of competency to operate a pleasure craft.
It builds on several unpublished studies (Axelrod 1967; Johnson 1963), the work of Vernon Jensen (1964 and 1973), and the more recent investigations of the Presidential Commission on Organized Crime (henceforth PCOC) (PCOC 1986).
To this date, the jurisdiction of the Waterfront Commission has not been expanded, and theft remains a problem (PCOC 1986).(5)
The most startling revelation of the persistence of criminal influence came through the Union Racketeering in Ports on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts (UNIRAC) investigations (PCOC 1986; Salerno and Salerno 1981).
The Presidential Commission on Organized Crime reported in 1986 that the ILA, historically a "synonym for organized crime in the labor movement," remained corrupt (PCOC 1986:33).