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troch

Abbreviation for trochiscus.

troch

An obsolete term for a lozenge, see there.

troche

, troch (tro'ke) (trok') [Gr. trokhiskos, a small wheel]
A solid, discoid, or cylindrical mass consisting chiefly of medicinal powder, sugar, and mucilage. Troches are used by placing them in the mouth and allowing them to remain until, through slow solution or disintegration, their mild medication is released.
Synonym: lozenge
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Contact: James Troch / Managing Director Antwerp +32-32-97-77-78 / dcinema@d2.
Contact: James Troch / Managing Director, Antwerp +32-32-97-77-78 / dcinema@d2.
SOUTH LEBANON: The Belgian battalion of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) is playing an important humanitarian and developmental role in its area of operation, in addition to its main peacekeeping role which consists of implementing UN Resolution 1701, Commander Mike Troch told The Daily Star on Thursday.
The aim of theology done by women in Asia is to transform ourselves, society and the church into an ekklesia--a democratic gathering of free citizens who share in the life and the equality of the reign of God," suggested Troch.
by Steve Troch and Craig Buppert, Gas Engineering Department, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company, Baltimore, MD
Troch South Africa South African Airways -- CEO Coleman Andrews Spain Citroen Hispania -- CEO Francois Albert Cusey Cristaleria Espanola -- CEO Claude Imauven NH Hoteles -- CEO Gabrielle Burgio Pryca -- CEO Georges Plassat Telepizza -- CEO Leopoldo Fernandez Pujals Switzerland ABB Asea Brown Boveri -- President & CEO Goran Lindahl Bally International -- CEO Bernd O.
Peter Boyd piloted the aircraft through the entire flight with the assistance of co-pilot Steve Troch and flight test engineer Al Smith.
Bell Fuels and Sweeney Oil collectively have more than 150 years of experience in serving the petroleum needs of the greater Chicagoland area," said Bob Troch, CEO of Bell Fuels.