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- initialism nautical A Short Range Certificate (certificate that entitles the holder to operate a maritime
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The SRC is "I can't see how he could open the door from the chair ..."
Following up joshenglish 2006
What I love about Southern liberals, epitomized by the SRC, is that they are practical, hard-working, no-nonsense liberals and they have had to be.
Lillian Smith Book Awards Staff 2002
With research partners at the Center for Research on Women (CROW) at the University of Memphis and the Highlander Center in New Market, Tennessee focusing on the state of Tennessee, the SRC is focused in the urban center of metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia.
Marion A. Wright, Council president in 1952 wrote "SRC is the lengthened shadow of many men and women."
SRC is concentrating on specific action strategies for the 21st century.
His work with another called SRC-3 has led to better understanding of cancer and inflammation and led to the understanding of drugs such as tamoxifen in the treatment of breast cancer.
The E320 BlueTec sedan, which we tested last year, attacks NOx with a storage catalyst and a second catalyst called SRC (Selective Catalytic Reduction).
He said Sasco and Paso wanted to unseat current SRC because they had little influence in it - the SRC was the first one not controlled by either organisation.
It is true that some of us are not registered, but that is because the SRC is usually the last to register on campus.
The spokesman claimed the SRC was a puppet of management, unable to "deliver the goods" of transformation.