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O.S.C.

n. short for Order to Show Cause. (See: Order to Show Cause)

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This gives Logicalis historical data about what works best in specific support situations, and it allows Logicalis to deliver faster, more knowledgeable responses to OSC clients.
OSC aims to have a fruitful partnership with Outward Bound Oman, which was launched in May 2009 by the Minister of Education, and established by ministerial decision in 2014.
These are investigations that should have been initiated by the OSC, if the agency was properly functioning.
The OSC plans to hold a community-wide conference within a year to build on and expand the work of this first joint OSC-DOD OS conference.
After Bloch erased sexual orientation from the OSC Web site, the White House issued a statement noting that "longstanding federal policy prohibits discrimination against federal employees based on sexual orientation.
HP -- a company dedicated to innovation -- is delighted to have the world's greatest researchers, such as those supported by the OSC, leveraging our technology," said Jim Zafarana, vice president of worldwide marketing, HP Workstation Group Business Unit.
This team approach reduces potential conflict because it gives ownership of possible options ultimately presented to the OSC to everyone on both teams.
The Silicon Graphics 750 system with 292GB memory, 428GFLOPS peak performance for double-precision computations and 856GFLOPS peak performance for single-precision computations, follows the Pentium(R) III Xeon(TM) cluster that was operative at OSC for the past 18 months.
OSC is a textbook example of how not to set up a bonus plan.
The Rebels, who defeated CHSA Magic 3-1 in the semifinals, got strong play from Jena Shay, Megan Kerr, Amanda Reyes and Lauren Walker against OSC.
The OSC wanted to bring the exploration activity back to Toronto," recalls a source in the securities industry.
Congress began picking up on problems with the OSC in 1982, when Special Counsel Alex Kosinski was forced to resign after allegations that he had taught federal managers how to get away with firing whistleblowers.