SLOC

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AcronymDefinition
SLOCSea Lines of Communication
SLOCSalt Lake Organizing Committee (Olympics)
SLOCSource Lines Of Code
SLOCService Location
SLOCSea Line of Communications (US DoD)
SLOCStorage Location
SLOCSalt Lake Olympic Committee
SLOCSoftware Lines of Code
SLOCSpecific Lube Oil Consumption (engine technology)
SLOCSunbeam Lotus Owners Club (UK)
SLOCSkilled Level of Care
SLOCStrategic Lanes of Communication
SLOCSenior Leader Orientation Course (US Air Force)
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Bullock, who served as the COO, CFO, and later the president and CEO of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002, relies on his Olympic experience to reiterate these thoughts.
The papers of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee in the University of Utah library have not yet been processed.
We appreciate the support of the International Olympic Committee and the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Upper Respiratory Infection Study.
February 4--The New York Building Congress hosts a construction industry breakfast forum featuring the Honorable Mitt Romney, Governor of the State of Massachusetts and former President and CEO of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Allen, who turns 50 this month, spent last February working the Olympics for the Salt Lake Organizing Committee. In April she rode a bicycle around South Africa, encouraging villagers to donate blood while protecting themselves from HIV infection.
"The Salt Lake City games proved to the country and to the rest of the world that Utah can competently host a world-class event," says Andrew Gemperline, director of Olympic Transportation Planning for UDOT and the Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC).
The Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC)-- along with the Utah Olympic Public Safety Command--reassured the public that the Games were safe and secure.
There are a lot of people who work for SLOC (Salt Lake Organizing Committee) who are going to be out of work."
The Salt Lake Organizing Committee, Coca-Cola, and Chevrolet accepted nominations in March and April 2001 for potential torchbearers.
The Salt Lake Organizing Committee's (SLOC) effort to secure a partner for its Internet coverage of the Salt Lake Games has been an event in itself, with as many twists and turns as a bobsled run.
THE FIRST CHALLENGE THE Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC) faced was navigating the tricky course of overlapping duties among the mishmash of government agencies that would be involved in securing the games.
"Our nation is in prayer," intoned Mitt Romney, president of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC), insisting that the torch has become "a symbol of the heroes of our community, those who lost their lives and their loved ones." But Romney, like many others, sees the Olympic flame as the emblem of a larger ideal that "binds each of us to the family of mankind." Billy Payne, president of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, praised the torch's symbolism even more effusively than Romney: "This precious, magical flame can illuminate us all with its hope of a brighter future.
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