TCCR

AcronymDefinition
TCCRTavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (UK)
TCCRTaskforce on the Churches and Corporate Responsibility (Canada)
TCCRT Cell Cytokine Receptor
TCCRTrust for Conservation of Coastal Resources (Pakistan)
TCCRTown Center Commercial Revitalization (grant program; Ohio)
TCCRThe Classic Car Resource (website: UK)
TCCRTwin Cities Clinical Research (Brooklyn Center, MN)
TCCRTraining Course Completions Report
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During the visit of the mangrove forests in different minors of Korangi Creek arranged by the TCCR, this scribe found that due to the rapid growth, the mangrove forests have become denser.
Explaining the cause why mangroves were victim to massive de-forestation, TCCR Director Zubeda Birwani said in the past there were around eight species of mangroves along the Sindh coast and the majority were the Avicennia genus, which has small leaves, a thick trunk and a lot of wood, suitable for fuel, furniture, animal fodder and pulp industry.
Shareholder proposals have increased recently, in part due to the stronger coordination of church-based investors through the TCCR. (203) Canadian trade unions through their pension plans are also exerting more influence.
(219) The recent amendments to the CBCA were the result of years of lobbying by the TCCR, a fact that underscores the role of ethical investor associations as a necessary ingredient for achieving legislative reform.
In all of the evaluated items below, glucose exposure, 24-h dialysate protein, and TCcr were significantly higher in HT group compared with those in LT group.
Screening with univariate Cox analysis, possible risk factors contributing to mortality were age, higher peritoneal transport status, ALB, Hb, HbA1c, TCcr, RRF, and nPNA.