CAVC

AcronymDefinition
CAVCCourt of Appeals for Veterans Claims
CAVCComplete Atrioventricular Canal (cardiology)
CAVCCenter for Art and Visual Culture
CAVCCanadian Army Veterinary Corps (est. 1910; Canada)
CAVCCoastal Area Volleyball Club (Texas)
CAVCCoalition against Violent Crime
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CAVC works with thousands of employers across Wales, the UK and beyond, providing bespoke solutions and training courses to meet employer needs.
CAVC Director of Rugby, Martyn Fowler, said; "Gaining selection for the Welsh Academicals is a real honour for our players and its testament to the progression they have made since joining the CAVC Rugby Academy in September.
does not describe what classes of cases the CAVC is competent to
As a result, the CAVC granted the government's motion to dismiss Scarborough's fee application.
The Three Strikes and Child Protection Act of 2004 was prepared by CAVC, a bipartisan, cross-section group representing victim's rights, child advocates and families of prisoners.
It follows the drafting of what governors called an "excellent and well balanced" feasibility study into closer partnership working between CAVC and nearby Coleg Gwent.
If veterans disagree with the decisions made on their disability claims by the Board of Veterans Appeals, they have 120 days after notification to appeal that decision to CAVC.
It follows the drafting of what governors called an "excellent and well-balanced" feasibility study into closer partnership working between CAVC and Coleg Gwent.
It appears to end speculation that Coleg Gwent and CAVC could merge to form the biggest provider of further education in Wales.