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CAW

(computer science)
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CAW assembled a team of Youth Apprentices for the Shake Shack commission and they joined Meyer and his team at the 3,754 s/f Harlem restaurant for the dedication.
The land is on the south side of Highway 10 off West Hundley Road between property owned by CAW and by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission.
The water extract of Centella asiatica (CAW) was prepared by refluxing Centella asiatica (160 g) with water (2000 mL) for 2 hours, filtering the solution, and freeze drying to yield a powder (~16--21 g).
However, the CAW has been closed down even without any proof of suchactivity.
(68) She also formed a friendship with Alfred Caw, who was her brother Max's friend.
Caw is a believable character, resourceful, loyal, impetuous and stubborn.
In the opening pages alone, Caw is threatened with graphic dismemberment and recalls his parents literally dragging him from bed and hanging him by his arms out of the window, casting him into the wilderness of orphanhood.
(2) CAW, in sum, is the prescribed doctrinal route that the joint force follows in developing strategies and force structures.
The agreement between the CAW and Chrysler is aligned with the GM and Ford pacts, according to the Montreal Gazette.
This in turn brings into focus the deafening silence within the CAW concerning this question and precisely how it will be answered.
The CAW represents about 4,500 workers at Ford, 8,000 workers at GM and another 8,000 at Chrysler.
Sam used to work on the line at a now-closed appliance plant, CAMCO, and was a member of UE and later the CAW. The study was done in collaboration with a group of worker educators, researchers and left academics that the union has built up, a resource that is both participatory and critical.