CCLL

AcronymDefinition
CCLLCritical Carbohydrate Level for Losing
CCLLChernobyl Children's Life Line (est. 1991)
CCLLCanyon Country Little League (Canyon Country, CA)
CCLLCentre for Community and Lifelong Learning (University of Wales; UK)
CCLLCulver City Little League (Culver City, LA)
CCLLCanyon Creek Little League (San Ramon, CA)
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pudiendo deberse a factores como diversidad en desarrollos normativos, nivel previo de infraestructuras, cambios internos gubernamentales, apoyo a CCLL, limites de informacion, etc.
When the Buffaloes asked Wright about the money, he presented them with a thank you letter allegedly from CCLL chairman and founder Victor Mizzi, which was fake.
Terry McDaid, who runs the Caernarfon CCLL, said: "We are delighted people have been so kind to help out after what has happened."
Terry McDaid, who runs the Caernarfon CCLL, was delighted when he was told in January that the Buffaloes were sending pounds 1,800 to the charity.
The children, from Belarus, in Russia, which suffered 70% of the fallout from the nuclear disaster in 1986, are here as part of the Chernobyl Children Lifeline (CCLL) scheme.
Since it was set up CCLL has helped 25,000 children visit the UK.
CCLL chairman Victor Mizzi said: "Under the new rules, children over five take a 12-hour round trip from Belarus to the embassy in Minsk to give fingerprints.
A house move plus the formation of a Teesside branch of Chernobyl Children Life Line (CCLL) had rekindled our interest.