s Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church whose 2005 revised edition has 'over 6,000' although it is, admittedly, some 500 pages longer.
What does ODCC stand for?
ODCC stands for Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of ODCC in our Acronym Attic
- Orange/Durham Carolina Club (University of North Carolina)
- Orangemen Development & Construction Corporation (est.1992; Florida)
- Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission (Coos Bay, OR)
- Organisational Development through Competence Consulting (Lebanon)
- Organization Development Center of Cambodia
- Organization Development Certified Consultant (Institute of Organizational Development; Florida)
- Orillia and District Camera Club (est. 1957; Canada)
- Ottawa Deaf Curling Club (Ottawa, Canada)
- Otterbein Deaf Culture Club (Ottebein University; Columbus, OH)
- Out Door Country Club (York, PA)
- Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers Association
- Office of Drug Control and Crime Prevention (UN)
- United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention
- Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (also seen as CCWD)
- Of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (Ireland)
- Ohio Digital Commons for Education
- Open Distributed Computing Environments (University of Helsinki; Finland)
- Optimum Design of Crossbreeding Experiments (genetics)
- Owen Dixon Chambers East (legal chambers; Australia)
- Oklahoma Department of Civil Emergency Management (Oklahoma City, OK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church tells that Pope Pius XI instituted the Feast of Christ the King in 1925 to celebrate the "all-embracing authority of Christ which shall lead mankind to seek the 'peace of Christ' in the 'Kingdom of Christ'.
9780192802903 The Oxford dictionary of the Christian Church, 3d rev.
The former is described both by Quasten and the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church as "the first great Christological heresy.
Development The development of the Inquisition is sketched briefly in The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church.