COTC


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COTC

abbreviation for
(Law) Canadian Officers Training Corps
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"COTC will also help expand our downstream portfolio, reducing our focus on the transportation sector and securing new and promising commercial opportunities."
Numbers of male students decreased throughout the war years and a military presence was introduced to the University of Manitoba campus through the establishment of the University of Manitoba Canadian Officers Training Corps (COTC).
Genetic samples from 31 dogs were analyzed in the proof-of-concept study organized under NCI's Comparative Oncology Trials Consortium (COTC).
The tool will eventually integrate into her institution's Datatel ERP system in conjunction with the Unimarket eProcurement system COTC and OSU Newark intend to move forward with in the next fiscal year.
COTC is excited to bring this innovative, on-demand, and web-based tool set into the state of Ohio's technical college setting, and especially looks forward to obtaining the efficiency and cost savings advantages obtainable through Unimarket.
Baralt and McCormick (2010) used the word "frustration" 16 times, without noting the impressive contributions of the BCERC Community Outreach and Translation Cores (COTC) projects.
When he attended university he was in the COTC (Canadian Officers Training Corp) and spent one summer in Germany as an officer cadet in the Canadian Army Service Corp.
(17) It also discussed modifying short sale regulation given developments such as after-hours trading and decimalization, revising the definitions of short sales, extending short sale regulation to listed securities in the Over-the-Counter COTC") markets, and also eliminating short sale regulation entirely.
These are the first results of the Comparative Oncology Trials Consortium (COTC), a novel multicenter network sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, to integrate cancers that naturally develop in dogs into the developmental path of new therapies for cancers in humans.
In the proposal, two existing, nonrefundable tax credits with confusing eligibility regulations would be combined into one College Opportunity Tax Credit (COTC).
"Gigabit to the desk is not just for the engineering students," says Tim Deaver, manager of technical services for the 300-acre campus shared by Ohio State University Newark (OSUN) and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC).
The sector is alive and kicking, with a strong teaching programme from the Welsh Traditional Instrument Society COTC (and others), a vigorous debate on styles and costumes within the Welsh Folk Dance Society, and more good albums being produced than at any time since the seventies.