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CCW

(computer science)

CCW

On drawings, abbr. for “counter-clockwise.”

CCW

(1) Counter clockwise.

(2) (Continuous Composite Write) A magneto-optic disk technology that emulates a WORM (Write Once Read Many) disk. It uses firmware in the drive to ensure that data cannot be erased and rewritten.
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two Detroit-area competition shooters (Roy Neal and Rick Fiato) who happened to be in the insurance industry were at the range talking business, and bemoaning the fact that there was no proper insurance for CCW holders.
A study participant was identified as having a chronic condition in the linked Medicare data if the Medicare claims records during the study years met the criteria specified in the CCW algorithm.
Yang Ke, Consulting Director of CCW Research, said: "Polycom held 51.
CCW Training Academy is based in Cardiff and provides specialised training in management, ICT and retraining and upskilling.
Once the CCW intervened, they said they agreed remedial work, such as in-filling an adjacent ditch - but not the track itself.
Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth's Gordon James said: "The letter from CCW contains remarkably strong criticism of the Environment Agency's decision to give Pembroke Power Station an environmental permit to operate, and clearly shows that this should not have been allowed as it will damage this extremely important marine environment.
One of the highlights of this year's CCW show was the addition of 3D World, where attendees interacted with experts already creating, producing and delivering 3D content, and met with over 70 vendors providing practical and affordable technology 3D solutions.
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But the CCW was adamant that none of the funding was used as part of the MCS' campaign, backing the zones.
THE CCW said the Llwyn wood prosecution was a regrettable case which was pursued with reluctance only because of the magnitude of the offence.
Tim Jones, CCW North Wales regional director, said: "The upland habitats, such as blanket bog and dry heath, are of international importance and support a wide variety of upland birds.
The American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) reported in its latest Coal Combustion Product Production & Use Survey Results that 43% of all CCW produced in the United States in 2007 was devoted to what are termed "beneficial uses.