FoC


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FoC

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) father of the chapel
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Our research uses SAR data to analyze cost growth at five program stages: CDR, FF, DTE, IOC, and FOC.
SSTL's state-of-the-art Galileo FOC payload comprises different units including European sourced atomic clocks, navigation signal generators, high power travelling wave tube amplifiers and antennas.
Infants of normal or small FOC with hydrocephalus, secondary craniosynostosis, hydrocephalus ex-vacuo, post-meningitic hydrocephalus, active sepsis, multiple organ congenital anomalies, coagulopathies and hydrocephalus associated with tumours were excluded.
FOC Partners was established in 2001 by co-founders Andrea Feingold, former co-head of PIMCO's High Yield Group, and Ian O'Keeffe, former PIMCO head of high yield trading.
In the section that describes the desired maneuver support, the FOC continues:
One of the major challenges before FOC is the mid- air refuelling system.
A 2013 launch for the first two FOC satellites was planned for September/October, but has been pushed back to December by the European Space Agency.
Gwen Jones from Axton, who helped organise the event, is a part of the fostering community with the UK's leading agency, Foster Care Associates (FCA), and is a passionate supporter of FOC.
When I heard about the fantastic work FOC does to help provide safe and stable family homes for orphaned and abandoned children in Bulgaria, I wanted to do something to help," said Jane.