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TOCTable of Contents
TOCTotal Organic Carbon
TOCTheory of Constraints
TOCTournament Of Champions
TOCTools of Change (for Publishing Conference)
TOCTraffic Operations Center
TOCTheory of Change (social change)
TOCIEEE Transactions on Computers (journal)
TOCTheory of Computation (course)
TOCTurn of the Century
TOCTour of California (cycling)
TOCTouch of Class (various organizations)
TOCTest of Cure
TOCTear on Cover
TOCTotal Ownership Cost
TOCTactical Operations Center
TOCTrastorno Obsesivo Compulsivo
TOCTrial of the Crusader (World of Warcraft gaming)
TOCTake-Out Credit (program; NCCI Holdings, Inc.)
TOCTrain Operating Company (UK railroads)
TOCThe Otomotive College (Malaysia)
TOCTime Out Chicago (magazine; Chicago, IL)
TOCTaste of Chaos (band)
TOCTruth or Consequences
TOCThe Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa, Canada)
TOCThe Odd Couple (Neil Simon play)
TOCThe Objectivist Center
TOCThe Outlet Company (various locations)
TOCThe Ocean Conservancy
TOCTotal Organic Compounds
TOCTransnational Organized Crime
TOCTaxation of Charities (UK)
TOCTarget Oriented Curriculum (education; Hong Kong)
TOCTokyo Opera City (Japan)
TOCTrial of the Champion (World of Warcraft)
TOCTopic of Conversation
TOCThe Orthopedic Center (various locations)
TOCTactical Operation Center
TOCTechnology Oversight Committee (various locations)
TOCTropic of Cancer
TOCTime of Completion
TOCType Of Crime
TOCTotal Organic Content
TOCTechnical Operations Center
TOCTeikoku Oil Co., Ltd. (Japan)
TOCTime of Occurrence
TOCTransition of Care
TOCTransmission Oil Cooler (automotive)
TOCTest Operations Center (various organizations)
TOCTeacher on Call
TOCTop of Climb
TOCTask Order Contract
TOCTrue Oldies Channel (Scott Shannon show; radio)
TOCTotal Oxidizable Carbon
TOCTactical Ops: Crossfire (Unreal tournament mod)
TOCTop of Casing
TOCTime of Call
TOCTransfer Of Custody
TOCTechnical Options Committee
TOCTop of Cement (oil and gas industry)
TOCTop of Concrete (surveying or construction)
TOCTaking over Certificate (construction contract)
TOCTrouver Objet Caché (French: Find Hidden Object; role-playing website)
TOCTime Overcurrent (electrical power system protection)
TOCTelco Over Cloud
TOCTrinidad to Curaçao (routing designation; US Navy)
TOCThe Oldham College (UK)
TOCTransfer of Command
TOCTelevision Operating Center
TOCTop of Curb
TOCTraction Owners Club (automobile club; UK)
TOCTest of Control
TOCTylosis with Esophageal Cancer
TOCTokyo Optometric College (Tokyo, Japan)
TOCTransporting Open Container (various locations)
TOCTerminated Open Circuit
TOCTime Of Coincidence
TOCTechnical Order Compliance
TOCTrue Orthodox Church of Greece
TOCTightness of Chest
TOCToxic Organic Compound
TOCTriumph Owners Club (automobile club; UK)
TOCTin over Cardboard (signs)
TOCTop of Chain (conveyor systems)
TOCTraces of Chaos (online art community)
TOCTheater Of Operations Command
TOCTag Open-Cup test method
TOCTraces of Chaos (webcomic)
TOCTraining Operations Center
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TOCTruck-Operated Contact
TOCTanker Operations Center
TOCTechnical Overview Committee
TOCTypical Operating Characteristic
TOCTanker Operational Circular (US Navy)
TOCTop of Outer Casing (elevation of the top of the protective cover of wells)
TOCTransportation Operating Command
TOCTrouble Obsessionnels-Compulsif (French: Obessive-Compulsive Disorder)
TOCTest Operator's Console
TOCTeam Oversight and Chartering
TOCTranslocase at the Outer Chloroplast Membrane
TOCTechnical Oversight Center
TOCTarget Outcome Cost
TOCTulsa Operations Center (Clear Channel Television)
TOCTrain Operating Condition (Australia)
TOCTap-or-Continue (cross connect)
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Children were the most exploited workers at the turn of the century.
The theological wars of the 1920s and the dramatic rise of Pentecostalism from its beginnings in a small Kansas Bible college at the turn of the century have given rise first to a (Southern and Midwestern) regional and then a national counterforce to the comprehensive Mainline groups.
The turn of the century marked a changing of the guard at Zurich, as Heinrich Mueller, the general manager and a key architect of Zurich's early growth, stepped aside and brought in Fritz Meyer as his successor.
At the turn of the century, the missionaries finally realized that they could not perform their missionary duty without help from the Chinese converts.
Clog and step dancers were immensely popular at the turn of the century, as indeed they are now with such streamlined descendants as the popular Irish troupe Riverdance.
Another breakthrough came just before the turn of the century when a bill called the Employment Non-Discrimination Act was passed by Congress, delivering a major civil rights watershed.
For instance: "Henry Kissinger, for one, has predicted to me that America will be `irrelevant' by the turn of the century if our present national proclivities continue.
The hope for the Welfare State as a means to social participation may be compared to ideas about citizenship current at the turn of the century, when prominent social reformers were convinced that only voluntary social action could properly develop a fully participative society.
Peter Christian Richard opened his hardware store at the turn of the century.
By the turn of the century, both little and older boys were held to a higher gender standard due to major transformations in child rearing, peer culture, and adult masculinity.
At the turn of the century, Paris fashion houses stenciled their names discreetly on their clothes' inside waistbands, and Cezanne, for one, often left his works unsigned.
Around the turn of the century a wave of "good government" reforms began cementing the legal privileges of the two major parties.