TOC

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TOC

(tɒk) or

toc

n acronym for
(Railways) train operating company
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Blackwell's TOCs along with WLN's other MARS services, including authority control processing, combine to provide libraries with a complete offering of bibliographic record upgrading and enrichment services.
TOCs could save up to 500 million [pounds sterling] by taking more responsibility for station and depot overhauls from Network Rail, it claims.
The name of the service derives from its functionality: professionals can view TOCs by putting ticks on the webpage alongside the content that interests them.
One option for achieving this is to add tables of contents (TOCs) and summary notes into bibliographic records for books, thereby offering additional, highly relevant search terms into a library's catalog.
The first charge of red and white oak released 4.5 times more TOCs than the second highest amount.
He explained in an interview that TOCs can be downsized simply by consolidating tasks that require several bulky computers into a smaller number of commercial PCs, running Microsoft or Windows.
The staff developed an SOP for the TOC called the tactical operations center standard operating procedure (TOCSOP) based upon lessons learned at the National Training Center and training in Kuwait.
Nowadays, since January, 1979, researches of changeability and allocation of daily and monthly TOC values are carried out by means of the system of global monitoring.
Because of the success of the TOC Conference, O'Reilly has expanded the TOC brand to include 1-day TOC conferences in Bologna, Italy; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Barcelona, Spain; and Frankfurt, Germany; and half-day Mini-TOCs in Chicago and Austin, Texas.
First and foremost, the TOC (or command post) should be set up IAW the unit's SOP.