SCHO

AcronymDefinition
SCHOSociedad Colombiana de Hematología y Oncología (Spanish: Colombian Society of Hematology and Oncology)
SCHOStandard Controlled Heterodyne Oscillator
SCHOSerendib Cartal Hazanaa Organisation (Sri Lanka)
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He attended Lancaster Scho ols, and was a graduate of the former Worcester Junior College.
These building efforts managed to slow the migration of middle-school graduates to high scho ols outside of the Chicago public schools.
Needless to say, this edition will henceforth take precedence over the only other one readily available to scho lars: that contained in Poggio's Opera (Basel, 1538), 365-90.
The results of this process have been encouraging, however, for the number of subscriptions has increased from a little over 400 to nearly 500; the majority of submissions are now from scho lars in the fields of Inklings and mythopoeic/fantasy studies; and scholars are now beginning to view Mythlore as the journal of first choice in which to be published.