SECC

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AcronymDefinition
SECCScottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (UK)
SECCSoutheast Christian Church (Louisville, KY)
SECCSingle Edge Cartridge Connector
SECCSoutheast Comprehensive Center (US Department of Education; Metairie, LA)
SECCState Employee Charitable Campaign
SECCSingle Edge Contact Cartridge
SECCState Employees Combined Campaign
SECCSoweto Electricity Crisis Committee
SECCState Emergency Communications Committee
SECCSoutheastern California Conference
SECCSupply Equipment Communication Controller (International Organization for Standardization)
SECCSoftware Engineering Competence Center (Smart Village, Egypt)
SECCSands Expo and Convention Center (various locations)
SECCState Emergency Coordination Center (Alaska)
SECCSolomon Episcopal Conference Center (Loranger, LA)
SECCSouth East Chicago Commission
SECCSymposium Express Call Center (Nortel Networks)
SECCStudies in Eighteenth Century Culture
SECCSoutheastern Climate Consortium
SECCSendai Evangelical Christian Church (Sendai, Japan)
SECCScottsdale Exotic Car Club (Scottsdale, AZ)
SECCSteel, Electrogalvanized, ColdRolled, Coil
SECCSingle-Error-Correcting Code
SECCSoutheastern Cushman Club (scooter enthusiast group; Starkville, MS)
SECCSteel, Electrogalvanized, Cold Rolled, Commercial Quality
SECCSurvivable, Enduring Command Center
SECCSocially and/or Environmentally Consciously Cultivated Coffee
SECCSystem/Equipment Criticality Code
References in periodicals archive ?
The Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee analysed by Wafer in a way also reflects such an assumption, adopting as it does a radical standpoint and refusing to collude with local government's representatives, especially ward councillors.
The Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee (SECC) is a social movement that has emerged in Soweto to protest poor access to basic services.
One such response is the Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee (SECC), one of a number of recent community-based organisations broadly defined as social movements (Ballard et al 2006).