ROC

Required Operational Capability

ROC

abbreviation: rate of climb
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roc

[n] - mythical bird of prey having enormous size and strength
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roc

In Arabian legend, a fabulous bird of enormous size and strength, said to carry off elephants and other creatures to feed its young. The legend of the roc appears in the Arabian Nights. ...
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ROC

Renewable Obligation Certificate (UK)
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Roc

Roc noun [ Arabic & Persian rokh or rukh . Confer Rook a castle.] A monstrous bird of Arabian mythology. [ Written also rock , and rukh .] Brande & C.
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roc

noun mythical bird of prey having enormous size and strength
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Roc

• (n.) A monstrous bird of Arabian mythology.
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roc

gigantic legendary bird, said to carry off elephants and other large beasts for food. It is mentioned in the famous collection of Arabic tales, The ... [2 related articles]
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RoC

Republic of China
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ROC

required operational characteristics
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ROC

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Acronym for receiver operating characteristic, an analytic expression of diagnostic accuracy. See: ROC curve
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Roc

Gigantic bird with a forked tongue
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Roc

[mythology] ==Eastern origins== The roc had its origins, according to Rudolph Wittkower, in the fight between the Indian solar bird Garuda and the chthonic serpent Nāga. The mytheme of Garuda carrying off an elephant that was battling a Crocodile appears in two Sanskrit epics, the Mahabharata (I.1353) and the Ramayana (III.39). The roc app...
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roc

enormous legendary Arabian bird
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Roc

[television] == {int:license} == ...
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ROC

Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs) are issued to accredited generators for the eligible renewable electricity they generate. Generators can trade ROCs with other parties or of course buy and sell through the e-ROC auction. ROCs are then ultimately used by energy suppliers to demonstrate that they have met their obligation.
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