By RIYADH: ARAB NEWS Published: Apr 25, 2012 22:03 Updated: Apr 25, 2012 23:28 Saudi Aramco and King Abdul Aziz Foundation signed an agreement in Riyadh yesterday in the presence of Defense Minister Prince Salman, who is the foundation's chairman, to document the history of the Kingdom's oil industry and support the historical content of King Abdul Aziz International Cultural Center.
What does ICC stand for?
ICC stands for International Cultural Center
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We have 1147 other meanings of ICC in our Acronym Attic
- International Convention Center
- International Coordinating Committee of National Human Rights Institutions
- International Coordination Committee
- International Corrosion Conference
- International Council for Competition Climbing
- International Country Club (various locations)
- International Cricket Conference (now International Cricket Council)
- International Cricket Council
- International Criminal Court (Netherlands)
- International Critical Commentary
- Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin (German convention center)
- Internet Call Center (Micron)
- Internet Career Connection (various locations)
- Internet Chamber of Commerce
- Internet Chess Club
- Internet Collaboration Center (Sprint)
- Internet Commerce & Communications (various locations)
- Internet Commerce Corporation
- Internet Content Coalition
- Internet Control Center
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residents and tourists are encouraged to celebrate and sample international culture, folklore arts, and food from the city's embassies and international cultural centers.
Later this year he is to unveil the Aviles International Cultural Center in Spain.
But since then, the park has been rescued from neglect by the privately funded Central Park Conservancy, and Mayor Bloomberg recognized that Christo's worldwide fame and proven track record- wrapping the Pont Neuf in Paris in gold, the Reichstag in Berlin in silver-would reflect well on the city as an international cultural center.
Locke, "The New Negro" 6-7) Locke's claims for Harlem's role as the international cultural center for peoples of African descent--the "home of the Negro's 'Zionism'" ("The New Negro" 14), as he writes--are echoed elsewhere in the anthology.
The Cerisy International Cultural Center organizes colloquia annually, bringing together "artists, researchers, teachers, students, but also a vast public interested in cultural exchanges" (p.
residents and tourists are encouraged to celebrate and sample international culture, art, music, dance and food from the city's embassies and international cultural centers.
There is also the Aviles International Cultural Center to be opened in Spain next year.