Definitions for "HOC"
Hydrophobic organic compounds. Organic compounds that "fear" being in the water; in other words, compounds that have a very low solubility in water and therefore more likely found adsorbed to surfaces and partitioned into natural organic (humic) matter. HOCs also tend to accumulate in fatty tissues and thus may become bioconcentrated in the food chain.
Halogenated Organic Carbons
Halogenated Organic Compounds
The Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County. Its mission is "to make housing available to eligible families of low and moderate income and to provide necessary support services to encourage resident self-sufficiency." WEBSITE
ouse fficer ommitment. The on-duty psychiatric house officer is requested to evaluate this voluntary psych patient for possible commitment. (see MHA)
Hoc was the father of Hnæf (d. 450?) and Hildeburh. Hoc and his family, the Hocings are mentioned in the Old English poems Widsith, Beowulf and the Finnsburg Fragment.
Harlequins Orienteering Club
Keywords:  humint, cell, operations
HUMINT Operations Cell
Holy Orthodox Church, American Jurisdiction