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SCOCStandard Conditions of Contract
SCOCSupreme Court of Canada
SCOCSudanese Church of Christ
SCOCScripps College of Communication (Ohio University)
SCOCSample Chain of Custody
SCOCSecurity Committee of Cabinet (Australia)
SCOCSuperlative Chronometer Officially Certified (Swiss watch standards)
SCOCSaipan Chamber of Commerce (Northern Mariana Islands)
SCOCSupplier Code of Conduct (various companies)
SCOCSecond Coming of Christ
SCOCSaratoga Chamber of Commerce (California)
SCOCScience Center of Connecticut (West Hartford, CT)
SCOCSupply Chain Operations Cell
SCOCSimi Church of Christ (Bakersfield, CA)
SCOCSaginaw Community Outreach Center (Saginaw, Michigan)
SCOCSystem Control and Operations Concept
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The SCOC will be a visionary academic-industry partnership designed to provide integrated analytics for single-cell genomic applications to the region's researchers.
This paper is organised as follows: the first part focuses on the discussion on the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia, followed by literature analysis on the determinants of supply chain operational capability (SCOC) and business performance of SMEs.
Articles excluded were those that focused on physicians-in-training, on SCOC in a non-primary care setting, such as an inpatient ward, or on transitions from inpatient to the outpatient setting.
Quasi-regulatory bodies such as the CIHR SCOC thus have to wrestle with the ethical complexities of stem cells imported from countries that adhere to standards that may be at significant variance with the CIHR Guidelines.
Brooktrout Technology, a Brooktrout company (Nasdaq: BRKT) has announced expanded support for UnixWare from SCO (Nasdaq: SCOC) and Sun Solaris (Nasdaq: SUNW) operating systems.
A police force stormed the Sudanese Church of Christ (SCOC), in Al-Thawra 29 neighbourhood in Khartoum state on Sunday 22 October and prevented workshop service before ordering the closure of the church.
(56) Researchers affiliated with SCN cannot be members of the Stem Cell Oversight Committee (SCOC), the national stem cell research ethics board.
SCO (Nasdaq: SCOC), Santa Cruz, Calif., the world's leading provider of UNIX systems, has affirmed its long-standing support for the Linux and Open Source movements by adding Linux application binary support to its award-winning UnixWare 7 platform.
Ownership: Public (SCOC) Employees: 1,100 Sales/Emp.: $159,131 Established: 1979 International: 50% 1993 Rank: #10 '92-'93 Growth 2% 1992: $172,266,000 1987: $36,800,000 1991: $137,500,000 1986: $18,400,000 1990: $118,900,000 1985: $8,880,000 1989: $82,800,000 1984: $3,200,000 1988: $61,000,000 1983:
Sudanese group of faith activists called "International Solidarity Campaign with Sudanese Christians (ISCSC)" said in a statement released on Monday that a police force stormed the Sudanese Church of Christ (SCOC), in Al-Thawra 29 neighbourhood in Khartoum state on Sunday 22 October and prevented workshop service before ordering the closure of the church.
(4) It also established the Stem Cell Oversight Committee (SCOC) to ensure that all pluripotent stem cell research carried out at institutions receiving funding from the Tri-Council Agencies--and, on a voluntary basis, at other public or private granting agencies in Canada or within the private sector--is in accordance with the Guidelines.