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Spoc a.k.a. spindle orientation checkpoint is a gene ontology group, gene group.
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by Stephen J. Nagle, Sara L. Sanders
SPOC is a computer-readable electronic text collection of letters written by overseers on southern plantations in the first half of the nineteenth century. Montgomery has collected these letters from historical archives throughout the South; ...
by Roberta L. Klatzky, Brian MacWhinney, Marlene Behrmann
pdf In sum, recent evidence from other labs and from the three experiments summarized here suggest that the human SPOC is a dorsal stream area involved ...
The Language of Compliance (2006)
A Glossary of Terms, Acronyms, and Extended Definitions by Dorian J. Cougias, Marcelo Halpern, Lynn Heiberger
Also, SPOC is a misspelling of a certain Vulcan's name. ITIL Single Point of Failure (SPOF) A resource whose loss will result in the loss of service or production. Any configuration item that can cause an incident when it fails and for which a ...
Encyclopedia of Disability (2005)
by Gary L Albrecht, Sharon L. Snyder
The Sydney Paralympic Organising Committee (SPOC) had also undertaken a very successful Reaching the Community Program that targeted schoolchildren and seniors. The program was regarded as important to raise awareness of ...
Social Science and Policy by Mark Garrett
Today, theFederal Office of Management and Budgetmaintains alist of“official state agencies” designatedby governors, theSingle Pointof Contact (SPOC). Federalprogram granting agencies are requiredto coordinate with these state units in ...
by Margaret E. Beare
For example, western European nations largely sponsored the Stability Pact Initiative Against Organized Crime (SPOC) in southeastern Europe, which was in place from 1999 until 2008, at which time it was replaced with the Regional ...
Embracing in All Nearly Three Thousand Articles on Arts and Sciences by James Smith (author of the Panorama of science and art.)
Spoc. Grav. 20 grains of. nvnaosmvrrcs AND HYDRAULICS.
by Thomas Nordegren
Spoc Colloquial term for a police officers (Cops spelled backwards). Spola kröken Slogan in the Swedish alcohol monopoly's campaign against hard liquor in the 1970s, Skip the booze. Sponge 1. Colloquial term for a person who joins a 12 ...
Environmental Law Lexicon (2015)
by Nicholas A. Robinson
SMCRA SPHI SPI SPLMD SPM SPMB SPMS SPMS SPO SPOC SPS SPS SPSS SPTS SPUR SQAO SQBE SQG SRAP SRC SRM SRU SS SS SSA SSAC SSAN SSC SSC SSD SSEIS SSEIS SSI SSIS SSMS SSN sso sso sss Surface Mining ...
by J. LeRoy Ward
SPOC See single point of contact. sponsor Individual or group in the performing organization providing the financial resources, in cash or in kind, for the project.
by Graham Gooch, Michael Williams
SOLO SOPO SPOC SQA SS SSA.
For Military and Industry by Richard D. Newbold, JD, MBA
SOW - Statement of Work SP - Security Police SPB - Security Policy Board SPF - Security Policy Forum SPG - Security Procedures Guide SPO - Systems Program office SPOC - Special Access Program Oversight Committee (USAF) SPP ...
SOSG SOSR SOTA SOTAC SOTSE SOUTHAF SOUTHROC SOW SOWT SOWT/ TE SP SPA SPACEAF SPACECON SPCC SPEAR SPEC SPECAT SPECWAR SPI SPINS SPINTCOMM SPIREP SPLX SPM SPMAGTF SPO SPOC SPOD SPOE ...
by Thomas de Vere Coneys
Spoc,-cAb, v. a. rob, plunder, spoil, provoke, affront.
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Scrabble value of S1P3O1C3
The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine