CWV

AcronymDefinition
CWVCatholic War Veterans
CWVCommunity Wealth Ventures, Inc.
CWVColumnar Water Vapor
CWVCurrent Working View
CWVConstant Weight Vector
CWVCommon Web Vulnerabilities
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Two years following the creation of the CWV, the VA hosted the first-ever National Summit on Women Veterans Issues.
DAV and CWV engage in important, inclusive conversations about policies that impact women veterans, ensuring that discussions are meaningful and can help effectuate change.
Vetch in the CWV rotation was sown into standing wheat stubble during late February or early March following summer rains, and that in CV after cotton picking and pupae-busting, in late May or early June.
Results of soil water storage during the winter rotation seasons (2009, 2010) were analysed by grouping according to the crops that were in the field at any one time: stage 1 corresponds to the period when only vetch in the CWV sequence was present; stage 2 to the period when rotation crops from all four treatments were present; stage 3 to the period when wheat crops in CW and CWV and vetch in the CV sequence were present; and stage 4 the period when wheat crops in CW and CWV were present.
The CWV is reportedly targeted at mid- to high-end applications in outdoor or industrial environments.
The Mustangs didn't have much a chance to beat CWV on Jan.
CWV was booted out of the top spot after a 105-91 loss to Barber-Scotia (N.
During the 2010 winter, vetch in replicate 1 of the CWV rotation was severely damaged by cotton aphids (Aphis gossypii).
A] of vetch (early flowering) in CWV (early-sown vetch) exceeded that of CV (late-sown vetch) during 2009 and 2010 by an average of 2.
The kids are excited (about the new ranking) and hopefully we'll have the largest crowd (tonight) to see a CWV basketball game.
CWV is one of the leading consulting firms working directly with NGOs and foundations as they seek to develop and implement earned-income business ventures.