SCOT


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AcronymDefinition
SCOTScotland or Scottish
SCOTSchéma de Cohérence Territoriale (French municipal planning document)
SCOTStanding Committee on Treaties (Australia)
SCOTSupport-Coated Open Tubular (chromatography)
SCOTSocial Construction of Technology
SCOTStanding Committee on Transport (Canadian Parliament)
SCOTShell Claus Off-Gas Treating (oil refining)
SCOTSeria Crude Oil Terminal
SCOTSatellite Communications Onboard Terminal
SCOTSteering Committee on Telecommunications
SCOTShip Control Operator
SCOTService Call on Time
SCOTSouthwinds Church of Tracy (Tracy, CA, USA)
SCOTSimulation of COrridor Traffic
SCOTSingle Channel Objective Terminal
SCOTUK Naval Shipborne SATCOM Terminal
SCOTSatellite Communication Terminal
SCOTSealed Chips on Tape
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SCOT is equipped with artificial intelligence that powers human detection analytics, featuring the longest range detection at low false alarm rates.
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Scot Jones RRT, BA Friday May 10, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Not only do Owen and Sammy (their pugs) catch some Zs inside, said Scot, "We use them as nightstands."
According to Scot Uhrig, All Recycling started in 1992 as a nonferrous recycling facility, but soon added ferrous scrap recycling capabilities in order to provide a full range of services to customers.
This article examines the complex role played by melancholia in Reginald Scot's refutation of witchcraft in his 1584 text The Discoverie of Witchcraft.
Enlightenment Scots can be blamed for everything from modern economics through bank architecture to country music.
Don: Scot and Mike, let's discuss this last point in more detail later in connection with consolidated return issues.
Scot, 52, died on Monday afternoon when he plunged four storeys from a window at the PS3.2million London penthouse he shared with fiancee Noelle Reno, 30, and was impaled on railings below.
Most recently Scot has played Ricky Tomlinson's son-in-law (married to Christine Tremarco) in TV's Nice Guy Eddie.
His parents sent him to the Scots College in Paris and then to the Scots College at Valladolid, Spain, where he was ordained to the priesthood in 1787.
By deliberation of the council of the metropolis of 15.12.2016, the metropolis of aix-marseille-provence (amp) has prescribed the development of a metropolitan scot that is worth review of the 5 scot of its administrative perimeter (92 communes) and that will eventually commute into a single metropolitan scot.