COWM

AcronymDefinition
COWMCentre for Organic Waste Management (Murdoch University; Perth, Western Australia, Australia)
COWMCross-Organizational Workflow Management
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The land, off Back Cowm Lane, is owned by United Utilities , who have warned that reservoirs are not suitable for pets following the incident on May 23.
Trevor with owner Lesley and, right, Cowm Reservoir
It was a second success on the course for Proctor, who was a category winner in the Ian Casey Memorial Cowm Reservoir 5K in May.
Among Kendrew's other successes this year were victory in the Speed Trial at Back Cowm in March and a third place in the season-long national S3 Parts Championship.
Although the COWM is far smaller than very large Japanese new religious organizations like the Soka Gakkai, its claims of a worldwide following of 800,000 make it one of the larger of Japan's new religions.
Contrary to what one might think, the COWM has the highest rate (60 percent) of non-ethnic Japanese participation of all the Japanese new religions in Brazil.
According to Matsuoka, the fact that the COWM closely adheres to the first four items on this list can partially explain its success in Brazil.
Crews from Bacup were called to a large blaze off Market Street in Shawforth in the trees between Cowm Quarry and the road.