CDWS

AcronymDefinition
CDWSCivil Defense Warning System
CDWSCourse Development & Web Services (University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida)
CDWSCommon Defense Weapon System (US Navy crew served weapon)
CDWSChamber of Diving and Water Sports (Egypt)
CDWSControl Display Work Station
CDWSConfiguration Documentation Work Station
CDWSConsumer Direct Warranty Services
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Under the proposed law, the duly appointed CDWs shall enjoy security of tenure and shall be protected and governed by civil service rules and regulations.
In Brazil, construction and demolition waste (CDW) accounts for about 50% of urban solid waste, and red ceramic waste represents a significant amount of this percentage.
At my institution, patients may benefit from having their data in a clinical data warehouse (CDW) because their data are used to improve overall care delivery.
The year 1999 brought focus to the fast-growing, award-winning department, and CDWS was awarded a prestigious grant to develop statewide train-the-trainer curriculum.
In 2013, 21 cases, including 8 deaths of CDWs were reported.
If we are to continue to draw a distinction between a CDW and a traditional warrant by way of specifically-assigned wiretap judges having sole discretion over wiretap approval, it implies a heightened level of protection as the primary procedural distinction.
el-Bassel, the Managing Director of and spokesman for CDWS, gives one a good insight into the diving business in the South Sinai resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh.
It is appropriate that the shirt sponsorship deal with CDWS Investments is finishing.
CDWs approach is very high touch; and its target market--small to midsize businesses--appreciates the service.
He was able to achieve atomic resolution and do some initial studies with CDWs.
Hesham Gabr, former Chairman of Chamber of Diving and Water sports (CDWS)