BOCS


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BOCS

Berard Object and Class Specifier, an Object-oriented CASE tool from Berard Software Engineering.
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Citing preliminary data from its financial service, the BOC said the actual revenue take last month exceeded by 4.7 percent the P49.3-billion target.
The two parameters were negatively correlated in every muscle of the different types of BOCs. A significant correlation was detected in the leg muscles of WBOC (p = 0.035).
"Housing Cuts II" was previously exhibited at Bocs, and the painting of the anthropomorphic impala is from Helfa Gelf as well.
Roedd hi'n o gyfyng arnyn nhw yn y bocs, am fod cymaint ohonyn nhw a beryg y bydden nhw wedi symud ymlaen eto tasen ni'm wedi eu rhoi mewn cwch fawr efo hen ddigon o le ynddi.
The Cooperative Enterprise Cloud will offer a range of capacity services and, as a hybrid matched architecture, enable BOCS users to extend on-site infrastructure into the hosted platform.
Instead of replicating complexity at each remote location, Aruba's VBN solution virtualizes complex tasks at data center controllers and pushes them to inexpensive RAPs and BOCs for execution.
Without the ability to interconnect to BOCs' networks, gain access to UNEs, and resell services, CLECs would not be able to compete.
By eliminating "line of business" restrictions from the AT&T antitrust decree of 1984, AT&T (and independents) providing long-distance services could enter local calling areas and the Bell Operating Companies (BOCs), confined to offering services in these calling areas, could enter long distance.
The new BOCS ticketing system, used by many of the world's leading arts venues, will enable the RSC to streamline its direct mailing operation and enable link-ups with websites of other entertainment venues and ticket agencies.
BOCs would also have to comply with provisions prohibiting joint manufacturing and cross-subsidization within BOCs.