Melafo, getting on board with small craft brewers ties in with the bigger picture of the current food culture, where staying local and away from the corporate machine is a more desirable and sustainable way to live.
What does TCM stand for?
TCM stands for The Corporate Machine (game)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 385 other meanings of TCM in our Acronym Attic
- Texas Chainsaw Massacre (movie)
- Texas Citrus Mutual
- Texas County Mutual (State Farm Insurance company in Texas)
- The Candle Mandate
- The Class Menagerie (online comic strip)
- The Color Morale (band)
- The Computer Museum (Boston, MA)
- The Connection Monitor
- The Contemporary Museum (Hawaii)
- The Control Machine (software)
- The Crystal Method (band)
- Theater Construction Manager
- Théâtre du Chenal-du-Moine
- Therapeutic Community Model (rehabilitation)
- Thermal Conduction Module
- Thin Client Manager (software)
- Thomas Crosbie Media (Ireland)
- Thompson Creek Metals Company (stock symbol; also seen as TCMC)
- Thousand Cubic Meters
- Thrust Control Malfunction (avionics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "I'd tell anyone to get working in an independent, try not to become part of the corporate machine, don't be put on to a conveyor belt where you have no choice but to become a refraction machine.
Here, they immediately see their stunning, if somewhat fanciful, creations watered down by the corporate machine that employs them.
99) Ray French's disarming account of an accidental hero is more inventive than most tales of one individual's battle against the corporate machine.
While there's no doubt the corporate machine now behind them has given new power to the pair's undoubted talents, Consolo believes the true strength in their success lies in their relationship as business partners.
It might seem like a big piece of the pie for the corporate machine, but musicians signed up to the service say they're getting more money than through the normal channels.
From inside the corporate machine, Christine Foy of Siemens has earned the 2002 Communicator Hero award, demonstrating vigilant responsiveness to editors' queries and deadlines.
They feel more efficient if they are looking as slick as the well-oiled cog in the corporate machine they are aiming to be.