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ICC

(1) See ICC profile.

(2) (Integrated Circuit Card) A credit card-sized or smaller module that contains a CPU and memory. See smart card and ICCID.

International Code Council (ICC)

An organization that is the consolidation of the BOCA, ICBO, and SBCCI.
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In the ICC meeting last week, the PCB offered the ICC to host Champions' Trophy 2021,' confirmed a well-placed source.
Was part of the side that won the ICC World Twenty20 2009.
ICC Qatar has appointed Squire Patton Boggs' Doha office managing partner Charbel Maakaron to head the commission.
The ICC had closely watched the efforts of Channel 2 Group and under the terms of the agreement, this Group will have global FM and AM rights, including exclusive distribution and sub-licensing rights for all the 17 ICC events in the 2016-2023 period, starting with this month's ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh through to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.
Joined by six regional qualifiers, the bottom four will face off for the final four positions at the ICC Women's World Cup 2017.
Currently, Bangladesh are placed 10th and Zimbabwe are ninth on the ICC rankings, and both countries will have to work extra hard to climb up the ladder before December 2017 to avoid playing an ICC Associate Member.
Hyundai Motor Company signed a five-year deal with the ICC in 2011 to become the organization s first official car sponsor.
The ICC is also very active in trying to ensure that arrest warrants are successfully carried out, and I would point out that 15 suspects so far have appeared before the ICC's judges to face allegations against them.
The ICC President welcomed the commitment of the Libyan authorities to cooperate fully with the ICC in accordance with United Nations Security Council resolution 1970.
If the day comes when we are faced with a situation where we are unable to prosecute our own war criminals, as we presently are, and we have to turn these people over to the ICC, then this nation will cease to exist as a sovereign nation.
As of the summer of 2003 thirty-six bilateral immunity agreements have been signed hut not necessarily ratified by those nations; fifteen of them are ICC participants and twenty-one are non-ICC participants.
We are in a global price war for diesel engine blocks and heads," said Edward Reelfs, ICC plant manager.