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BCWBloodCenter of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI)
BCWBiological and Chemical Warfare
BCWBureau of Child Welfare (New York City; now Administration for Children's Services, ACS)
BCWBuffer Control Word
BCWBinary Chemical Warhead
BCWBar Code Wand
BCWBurst Code - Word
BCWBare Copper Wire
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BCWBoosted Cold Water
BCWBarbed Concertina Wire
BCWBachelor of Community Welfare
BCWBabies Can't Wait (Georgia)
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Barcodes West saw a great opportunity to expand our digital print offerings with the high resolution and fast speed of the Colordyne Production Class line," says Glenn Allen, general manager of BCW.
The business began to look at a funding source which would grow alongside demand, and in June 2011, BCW became a customer of leading invoice finance provider, BFS.
10) Not only does this disparity between the BCW (worship practice) and the Directory for Worship (theology of worship) indicate a difference in vocabulary, but it appears that the liturgy is moving ahead of theology.
The BCW name is being kept alive through the rugby teams.
Jacquelyn, Fredrick, the BCW president and CEO, praised contributions made to the Wisconsin community by the OPO and tissue bank.
Paul Fraser also plans to create 150 jobs in Glasgow at the remaining part of his business, the BCW Group.
Tushay recalled, "I call the BCW [Bureau of Child Welfare] on my mother, when she didn't buy me no school clothes.
Under pressure, BCW opened her confidential file, revealing details of a mentally ill mother force-feeding her daughter feces and watching her die.
Who Cares Wins runs in the colours of the BCW Partnership, which consists of owners Roger Bradbury, Kevin Watkiss and Brian Cole.
One of the hardest cases to distinguish is BCW Associates, Ltd.
Up to 100 jobs could be created after credit management group BCW said it was returning to Stratford-Upon-Avon after an absence of three years.