RCO


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RCO

abbreviation for
(Music, other) Royal College of Organists
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Dr Al Sayed expressed gratitude and appreciation to His Majesty, who is also Honorary President of the RCO, for the royal directives citing the honour presented by this supportive humanitarian gesture to serve brethren in Egypt which reflects the amicable ties between the leadership, government and peoples in both countries.
He pointed out that the sustainable development policy is the strategy of RCO in all its humanitarian campaigns to assist countries all over the world.
Shaikh Nasser thanked His Majesty King Hamad, RCO Honorary President, for his humanitarian initiatives to help the needy and provide relief to the afflicted.
More than 30 years later, the Supreme Court built on the principles set forth in Dotterweich and applied the RCO doctrine in U.
Advanced levels of support and continuing enhancement and development of CAMS-ii will be provided by CBS with RCO taking a product advisory position, they said.
Kader went in front with a goal from Kenneth Kemp and RCO hit back with a goal from Lewis Tidy.
Mike Whitby, leader of the council, said he was confident the RCO would be found alternative premises and would still establish headquarters in Birmingham.
In October, the county awarded RCO Construction the $279,849 contract to build a 2,717-square-foot addition to the Moorpark Library.
Thirteen years later I am privileged to help shape the future generation of RCO and further institutionalize outstanding client service and a commitment to providing the best work environment for the nation's top attorneys.
The RCO delegation discussed technical and financial aspects of the project with Jordanian and UN officials.
In extra-time, Kader scored a cracking goal to take the lead but heavy pressure from RCO brought the teams level.
The explanation was given by Councillor Ken Hardeman, cabinet member for regeneration, who has been blamed for failing to deliver the RCO relocation.