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MOC

Market-on-Close Order

An order to buy or sell a security at the best price available as close as possible to the closing of an exchange.
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The new policy applies to both the ABMS MOC process and the Osteopathic Continuous Certification (OCC) process.
Sharon Johnson, 440th MXG commander, said the diverse operations and distinct chains of command of both the Reserve wing and active-duty group at Pope were driving forces in establishing a second MOC.
The Serbian Orthodox Church is completely politicized while MOC is a copy of the Macedonian political parties inherited from former Yugoslavia," Nuhiu said.
It seems more lucrative to invade internists' wallets via mandated MOC.
At Batelco's MOC, proficiently trained engineers and technicians monitor operations around the clock through out the year, said the telco major in a statement.
As the AAT Logistics Planner, I deliver focused, theater-specific academics to the MOC LRC, including LRC and Fleet N4 organization, supported and supporting relationships among logistics commands and agencies, and staff estimate work that supports the Navy Planning Process in the MOC.
This part of MOC is probably the most important because it will measure the actual practice of medicine.
Public contractors can also call MOC with any additional questions at (212) 3410933 and/or fax number (212) 788-0093, Attn: Annette White.
MOC proMISS has been in development for four years by PhD statistician Dr Atai Winkler and software developer, Alan Thorbum.
At MOC adults can earn certification as movement educators, somatic therapists, or massage therapists.
Education and training event will bring together industry and government leaders for interactive sessions and technology showcase in next evolution of MOC