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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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The year before, the EPA commissioned Research Triangle Institute to perform an analysis of the health risks of landfills and storage ponds containing CCW.
The CCW heard over 60 countries making interventions expressing their opinion on the various aspects of conventional weapons, including 23 States that engaged in a dedicated discussion on LAWS, for the first time at a Meeting of the High Contracting Parties.
CCW Training Academy is based in Cardiff and provides specialised training in management, ICT and retraining and upskilling.
We've had support both from individual chiefs and sheriffs and from associations for CCW," says John Frazer, director of the research for the National Rifle Association's Institute for Legislative Action.
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The 'Meeting of Experts' held from 13 - 17 April 2015, is being chaired by Ambassador Michael Biontino of Germany, and is being held in accordance with the mandate the High Contracting Parties to the CCW agreed at the 2014 Meeting of States Parties.
But the CCW was adamant that none of the funding was used as part of the MCS' campaign, backing the zones.
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OVER THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, THE number of CCW holders among law abiding citizens including retired lawmen has grown to millions nationwide, and many states have reciprocity with other states that permits limited interstate concealed carry.