CBWS

AcronymDefinition
CBWSColdwell Banker West Shell (real estate)
CBWSCapital Bike and Walk Society (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
CBWSCompetitive Base Wage System (Singapore)
CBWSCrib Waste Sewer
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He said there is no current data system that monitors the imports that enter the customs bonded warehouses (CBW) as well as the volume being re-exported.
As a responsible state, Pakistan actively subscribes to treaties banning CBWs. Islamabad has been committed to ensure that it does not develop, stockpile or use these weapons, nor has it ever been found in violation of its obligations.
CBWs along with nuclear and radioactive weapons form the dreaded WMD quartet.
Still, they would need timely warning to apply many of these protections, and thus warning of WMD use would become a key determinant of the damage North Korean CBWs could do to military forces.
One was Avraham Marcus Klingberg, later an Israeli chemical and biological weapons (CBW) expert and deputy director of the Israel Institute of Biological Research in Ness Ziona, south of Tel Aviv.
Perhaps the most important one is deterrence of the first use of CBWs. Deterring first use sometimes fails, however, which leads to the second objective: preventing recurrences or escalation of CBW attacks.
How is smuggling done in CBWs? As defined, a bonded warehouse is a building or other secured area in which dutiable goods maybe stored, manipulated or undergo manufacturing operations without payment of duty.
The grey is is owned by the four-strong CBWS Partnership, one of whom is Jeremy Carr who said: "It's fantastic, he's won three times and has come on since he's been gelded last year."
Last season La Verglas Star won the opening juvenile race on the card and this time he took the 7f handicap for three-year-olds for trainer Richard Fahey, rider Paul Hanagan and the CBWS Partnership, drawing clear in the final furlong to score by five lengths.