CCIV

AcronymDefinition
CCIVClassical Civilization (course; various schools)
CCIVChinese Civilisation Centre
CCIVCentrale Commissie Interkerkelijk Vormingswerk (est. 1974; Netherlands church commission)
CCIVCompensation Circuit Isolation Valve (subsea oil & gas)
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A purloined video camera is the narrative glue in "CCIV," a mostly riveting fake-docu riff on Schnitzler's "La Ronde." After 29 docus, first-time feature director Vassilis Katsikis takes one excellent idea and creatively pursues the hell out of it: A Greek lad's birthday gift camera trades hands like a dollar bill, recording snippets of activity around it.
"A cover crop is a noneconomic crop that is grown in vineyard middles and occasionally in vine rows," according to Cover Cropping In Vineyards, A Grower's Handbook, (CCIV), the "bible" of cover cropping published in 1998 by the University of California's division of agriculture and natural resources.
For example, upgrades to electronic security equipment such as CCIV cameras and perimeter alarms were expected to cost $68 million, but that amount has ballooned by $229 million.
McClung, 'Upon Appleton House', N&Q, ccii (1977), 547-8; idem, 'The "Real" Appleton House', N&Q, cciv (1979), 433-4; Michael Powell, 'Andrew Marvell at Nun Appleton', TLS, 8 July 1994, 14.