CCCL

AcronymDefinition
CCCLCoastal Construction Control Line (Florida)
CCCLConsolidated Construction Consortium Limited (India)
CCCLCentre Culturel et de Cooperation Linguistique
CCCLChildren’s Cancer Center of Lebanon
CCCLCanadian College of Construction Lawyers
CCCLContra Costa County Library (California)
CCCLCollaborative Content Creation Lab
CCCLClub de Canoe de Course de Lachine (French: Lachine Canoe Club Racing; Canada)
CCCLCleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, & St. Louis Railway
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CCCL alarms in the petition that mere illnesses like headache, malaria, running stomach and other common diseases are killing citizens in the country.
The CCCL provides free cancer treatment for about 300 children at any given time.
Jude Children's Research Hospital in Tennessee, which is affiliated with CCCL. St.
As an early player in the sector, CCCL has 16 years of fundraising experience and, according to Tannous, confidently see itself as a pioneer and a model for other NPOs.
It also reveals whether property was affected by the reestablishment of the county's CCCL.
In the 10 years since it was founded, over 800 children have been treated at an annual cost of $50,000 per patient, with a minimum of three years treatment in each case, said CCCL Board of Trustees Member Yolla Noujeim.
Because residents are scattered across the area, many people in the eastern part of the county did not have convenient access to library services, and the Contra Costa County Library (CCCL) was ordered to resolve the issue.
27 April 2010 - ICRA said it revised the long-term rating on the INR400m (USD9m/EUR6.7m) term loans of India's Consolidated Construction Consortium Ltd (BOM:532902), or CCCL, to LA+ from LA.
A few days later, Dean Porter, president of the California Coalition for Counselor Licensure (CCCL), talked with me about this extraordinary, and once highly elusive, achievement for the mental health counseling profession.
A project initiated by CCCL, a Chennai, India, construction company, may help India to become more competitive in the global food processing market.
Even the independent Canadian and Catholic Confederation of Labour (CCCL), (15) in a 1939 memorandum submitted to the Quebec provincial cabinet, argued in favour of greater centralization.