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cwm

1. (in Wales) a valley
2. Geology another name for cirque
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cwm

[küm]
(geology)
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Meta Data Coalition

An organization of database and data warehouse vendors founded in 1995. Within a year, it introduced the Metadata Interchange Specification (MDIS) as a standard for defining meta-data. It also developed Microsoft's Open Information Model (OIM) and later merged MDIS into OIM. In 2000, the Meta Data Coalition merged with the Object Management Group (OMG). OMG has worked on integrating OIM into its Common Warehouse Model (CWM) in order to provide a single standard for modeling meta-data in data warehouses. See metadata.
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Cwm Taf University Health Board said the review team told the two units to urgently improve medical rota arrangements, strengthen escalation processes during periods of increased pressure, and offer more support for trainees.
Mi wnaeth Trystan hefyd fwynhau'r profiad o edrych yn ol dros bron i 45 mlynedd o Pobol y Cwm a dod o hyd i lwyth o ddrama, cyffro, ymladd, dagrau ond hefyd hapusrwydd, ffrogiau hardd a chariad go iawn.
The pond, which held wastewater that ran off from the landfill, is in the area that CWM wants to excavate to create a new landfill, since the existing one has run out of space.
O'Connell rejected CWM's effort to use the hearing process to challenge a 2010 DEC plan that stated there was no need for more hazardous waste landfills in New York.
Cal Crutchlow at the |official launch of the CWM LCR Honda when, as is the way on such occasions, he was accompanied by an improbably tall lady wearing very few clothes.
It's time to shutter the CWM hazardous waste dump that is perilously close to Lew-Port schools, the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, endangers our health, and is woefully incompatible with the two largest industries in Niagara County, tourism and agriculture.
Delivered to CWM in mid-March, the furnace was expected to take four weeks to reach full capacity, considering installation and proper onsite training.
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Working with TAQA helps us develop new ideas and technologies in the energy space from which we can all benefit," said CWM deputy manager Dr Salem Al Kbi.
Mohsen Al Ameri, Western Region's branch manager, CWM said: "The campaign comes as part of our efforts to establish an efficient waste management system that will facilitate the adoption of conducive practices among the community.
The CWM uses customised environmental solutions to ensure cleanliness at the sporting facility on Yas Island.