SCOPE


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AcronymDefinition
SCOPEScientific Committee On Problems of the Environment
SCOPEStudy on Cognition and Prognosis in the Elderly (drug trial)
SCOPEStanding Conference of Public Enterprises
SCOPEShooters' Committee on Political Education
SCOPESociety for Conservation and Protection of Environment (Pakistan)
SCOPESimple Communications Programming Environment
SCOPESchedule, Cost, Performance
SCOPEScomi Precision Engineering Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
SCOPEScalable Object Processing Environment (CreamWare GmbH)
SCOPESpecial Committee on Paperless Entries
SCOPESacramento Council of Parent Educators
SCOPESouthern California Offshore Powerboat Elite
SCOPESafety-Controls Optimization by Performance Evaluation
SCOPESarasota County Openly Plans for Excellence, Inc.
SCOPESupply Chain Operational Performance Evaluator
SCOPESystem Concept of Operation Evaluator
SCOPESurrey Community Outreach Program for Employment (British Columbia, Canada)
SCOPEStandard Chartered Operations
SCOPEStudent Career Options and Placement Experiences
SCOPENickname for HQ USAF programs usually connected with communications
SCOPESimple Check-Out Oriented Program Language
SCOPESupply Chain Opportunities Enhancement
SCOPESystem Capable of Programmed Expansion (High Frequency Communications System)
SCOPESheriff's Community Organized Policing Effort (Maricopa County, AZ)
References in classic literature ?
The world and all its action, as a show of thought, that is the scope of his work.
It puts aside, obscures, or takes the place of something else--just as the head of a pin placed before the centre of the iris will block out the whole scope of vision.
There'd be no scope for imagination then, would there?
She possessed an art that sufficed, even in a land that afforded comparatively little scope for its exercise, to supply food for her thriving infant and herself.
Lifting her reluctant eyes, there would be nothing human within the scope of view, save the form of this earthly saint
He was already wealthy beyond the ordinary desires of man, but he now aspired to that honorable fame which is awarded to men of similar scope of mind, who by their great commercial enterprises have enriched nations, peopled wildernesses, and extended the bounds of empire.
If, on the other hand, he take pleasure in naval tactics, he will assuredly have full scope for his taste.
I can scarcely analyze these feelings: but it must be partly owing to the free scope given to the imagination.
It afforded scope for the full exercise of all his powers, and he seemed to be perfectly at home in it.
The oscilloscope should preferably be a 4+ GHz real-time scope, but a repetitive sampling scope with 4+ GHz bandwidth can also be used.
Once again they are trying to transfer it to make it seem like SCOPE is against children's baseball, which we think is wonderful.
Problems also may stem from an aggregation of services within the owner's scope of work, making it difficult to price each service separately.