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Holder won the award at CWI's annual award ceremony for inspiring performances for the team last year.
CWI 2 has entered into a long-term management agreement with Marriott International and the hotel will continue to benefit from its Marriott brand affiliation and management.
CWI 1 and CWI 2 are publicly registered REITs that were formed to make investments primarily in the lodging and lodging-related sectors.
On the other hand, to clarify whether CWI is effective for rugby players after daily rugby training or a rugby match, the experiment must be conducted in a realistic environment in which there are many body contacts and stop-and-go movements accompanied by high-intensity eccentric muscle contraction.
“This prestigious designation validates that we are fulfilling our mission,” said George Autz, MD, medical director of CWI and director of breast MRI services at South Nassau.
CWI owns and operates four regional telecoms business units in the Caribbean, Panama, Macau and Monaco & Islands, from London.
The Caribbean operations of Cable & Wireless International (CWI), the parent company of regional telecommunications company LIME, raked in more than US$500 million in 2008, reports The Barbados Nation (Jan.
Now The People and Care for the Wild International (CWI) is launching an amnesty so readers can hand in fur coats and scarves and send out the message that the suffering must end.
(CWI) recently announced that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) has exercised its first option to acquire an additional 96 of the company's compressed natural gas (CNG)-powered Metro Liner transit buses.
(CWI) recently announced it has been awarded $690,000 in funding from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) for its previously announced ISL G engine product development program.
The CWI natural gas engines will be installed in 40 ft., low-floor buses manufactured by Orion Bus for delivery mid next year.
Now, Herman te Riele and his coworkers at the National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI) in Amsterdam report that they have factored a 186-digit number--the largest yet cracked--using a technique called the special number field sieve (SN: 5/31/97, p.