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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 in a normally rewritable medium. The CCW drive uses firmware to ensure that data cannot be erased and rewritten. See WORM.
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He said "our concerted efforts in promoting non-proliferation of CCW can indeed make a realistic and practical difference on the ground, mainly for the innocent civilians who often become victims and also in limiting the deadly effects for combatants as well."
A CCW spokeswoman said the North Wales Goat Group will "continue to look at all options".
In its new strategy, CCW claims that "the future will bring opportunities as well as challenges".
Cardiff council says it will make no decision on WPD's planning application until it sees what the CCW has to say.
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Addressing the 5th Review Conference of the Meeting of the High Contracting Parties to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) on Monday (12th December) Mrs.
Responding to USW's application for accreditation, the CCW said: "This submission was considered an exemplar.
(CCW) has agreed to integrate with Japan-based Coca-Cola bottler Coca-Cola East Japan Co., Ltd.
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