TOC


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TOC

(tɒk) or

toc

n acronym for
(Railways) train operating company
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TOC is applicable when you take a strategic decision in the management of:
Reduced record keeping for the release of water through simplified data collection with innovative peak and average TOC measurements.
The portable instrument is the third in a series of GE's Sievers 5310 C TOC Analyzers, joining separate laboratory and online models that also were developed by GE's water and process technologies/analytics instruments division.
TOC conducted the tender offer with help from foreign financial institutions between April 9 and May 11, offering to buy each share for 800 yen.
The three general methods used for TOC analyzers for both laboratory and online systems are combustion oxidation, UV/persulfate oxidation and reagentless UV.
The main objective of this study was to quantify the amount of TOC emitted during DH drying of several different charges of air-dried hardwood lumber.
For example, the SR-71 Blackbird was an extremely effective reconnaissance aircraft, but the Air Force was happy to retire the last of the fleet primarily due to the system operation cost, which was purported to be as high as $200,000 per hour in TOC terms.
PMs will never get it right until they understand the importance of reducing TOC and until the Department of Defense (DoD) holds them accountable.
In Iraq, the TOC found itself in varied terrain to include the desert, suburban areas on the outskirts of towns, and near bridges.
The TOC is sufficiently flexible to be used in a wide variety of businesses including manufacturing, service-based retail and not-for-profit.
YOU CAN SCROLL THROUGH THE ENTIRE ISSUE TO SEE WHAT TICKLES YOUR FANCY OR YOU CAN SELECT AN ARTICLE BY CLICKING ON ITS TITLE IN THE TOC.
Typically, the operations sergeant and his shift NCOs have the background and experience to understand the six TOC functions--receive information, analyze information, submit recommendations, distribute information, integrate resources, and synchronize resources--from FM 3-90.