CWMA

AcronymDefinition
CWMACooperative Weed Management Area
CWMAColorado Weed Management Association
CWMACoast Waste Management Association (British Columbia, Canada)
CWMACentral Weights & Measures Association (various states)
CWMAClimbing Wall Manufacturers Association
CWMACorrelated Waveform Multiple Access
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Ironically, because of the University of Ottawa Archives and Special Collections feminist periodicals transfer policy (which has since been discontinued) one of Canada's most widely read and highly valued feminist periodicals has an even more obscure place in the archive of Canadian women's writing than the smaller-scale feminist magazines and newspapers that are preserved at the CWMA.
Branching Out's omission from the CWMA periodicals list parallels the lack of attention paid to the women-in-print movement in accounts of second-wave feminism.
But statistics regarding the complaints that were logged before the CWMA were not readily available with the official.
The CWMA is monitoring the waste transportation fleet through its GPS Operations and Control Room.
The CWMA issues violation citations and takes legal and administrative action against violators in coordination with other government entities, Al Shamsi said.
The CWMA is targeting to eliminate more than 90 per cent of all illegal dumping violations in the emirate through different tools, procedures and regulations, he added.
Second because of high densities of woodrat middens on CWMA, perhaps adult males and females cohabitate.
Due to the large numbers of woodrats per hectare and abundance of resources, home ranges of woodrats on CWMA are most likely not that large.
Because of suitable habitat conditions, CWMA is ideal for sustaining large populations of woodrats.
When the initiative is extended, the number of beneficiaries [Emirati professionals] will go up to 100," Majid Al Mansouri, Managing Director and Chairman of the CWMA, said.
Ali Rashid Al Katbi, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council, said: "This initiative reflects the commitment of the CWMA to support Emiratisation policies set by the Abu Dhabi Government and the importance of Emirati participation in the conservation of natural resources in a modern and civilised manner.
Hamad Al Amiri, General Manager of CWMA said: "We hope that this is the beginning of a series of initiatives carried out by national companies and institutions to enhance the role of Emiratis in the private sector and provide more opportunities for local people.