TCCM

AcronymDefinition
TCCMThe Counseling Center of Milwaukee (Wisconsin; est. 1970)
TCCMTransfer Case Control Module (automotive)
TCCMTechnical Committee on Computational Medicine (IEEE Computer Society)
TCCMTotal Community College Move (website)
TCCMTumor Culture Conditioning Medium (cancer)
TCCMThymus Cell-Conditioned Medium
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Toshiba offers all in TCCM service for only $10 per month per PC for premium business users.
En la enfermedad de Parkinson el TCCM es normal, mientras que en parkinsonismo esta prolongado (27).
The TCCM was designed around three developmental sessions (during seven weeks) to gradually prepare and equip trainees with the thinking skills and professional dispositions, deemed necessary, to be effective beginning teachers when they start their actual teaching experiences.
The TCCM shows the extent of connectivity of individuals in a certain country whether via fixed lines, cellular lines and/or the Internet.
The TCCM is the combined score for the penetration rates of all three categories.
The United Arab Emirates is the most connected country in the Arab World according to the Arab Advisors Group's annually released Total Country Connectivity Measure (TCCM); Saudi Arabia and Qatar followed in second and third ranks respectively.
The TCCM results revealed the continued leadership of GCC countries.
Bahrain and Saudi Arabia were ranked second and third by the group's Total Country Connectivity Measure (TCCM), based on the mass adoption of telecom services.
Dubai: The UAE remains the most connected country in the Arab world followed by Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, according to the Arab Advisors Group's annually released Total Country Connectivity Measure (TCCM) report.
The annual results of Total Country Connectivity Measure (TCCM), as calculated by Arab Advisors, reveals that Bahrain and Saudi Arabia follow in second and third ranks respectively.
It has a total country connectivity measure (TCCM) of 210.4 per cent, according to Jordan-based Arab Advisers Group.
Objective: Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling (TCCM) is emerging as a powerful tool to help in the rational design of new products and materials for pharmaceutical, chemical, energy, computer, and new-materials industries.