d) US Department of Commerce (USDC), Bureau of the Census (1980b).
What does BOC stand for?
BOC stands for Bureau of the Census
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- Brotherhood of Catfishermen (website)
- Brotherhood of Chaos (Counterstrike clan)
- Brought on Charge
- Budget Object Classification
- Budget Object Code
- Bugatti Owners' Club (UK)
- Bulgarian Orthodox Church
- Bump of Chicken (band)
- Bureau of Construction (various locations)
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- Business Object Controller
- Business Opportunity Conference (minority businesses)
- Business Organizations Code (Texas)
- But of Course
- Tertiary-Butyloxycarbonyl Group (biochemistry)
- Berufsverband Österreichischer Chirurgen (German: Professional Association of Austrian Surgeons)
- Blue Öyster Cult (band)
- Bond Order Conservation-Morse Potential
- Bermuda Offshore Cruising Association
- Bird Observers Club of Australia
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Bureau of the Census, Census 2000 summary file 1 (SF1): 100-percent data, <http://factfinder.
Bureau of the Census [Ouintile Annual Family Real Income Distribution 1948-1996] seem to indicate that "education "--at least through the 80th percentile of population--does not result in an overall increase in inflation-adjusted (real) income, but rather a redistribution of income within this group, thus resulting in no net gain in overall income.
For those with access to the Internet, census information can be filled out by logging into the Bureau of the Census Web site at www.
Bureau of the Census undertakes the constitutionally mandated Census of Population and Housing for apportioning of the House of Representatives.
Bureau of the Census in its 1995 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), the most recent government data on household assets and wealth.
Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940: Population, vol.
The agreement requires the Bureau of the Census to pursue a dual track.