CWW

AcronymDefinition
CWWCompressed Work Week
CWWCity West Water (Australia)
CWWColumbus Water Works (Columbus, Georgia, USA)
CWWChurch Without Walls (various religious organizations)
CWWCruciform Wing Weapon
CWWCrossword Weaver (puzzle creator software)
CWWCouncil for the Written Word (Franklin, Tennessee)
CWWConsumer Webwatch
CWWCooperative Weather Watch
CWWCustomer Wide Web (Shell Global Solutions)
CWWComputer Wise Wholesalers
CWWClinics Without Walls
CWWCreative Worship Workshop
CWWChildren Worldwide Web (Internet/domain concept)
CWWClear Wireless Workplace (Sprint PCS)
CWWCorrectional Worker's Week (Federal Bureau of Prisons)
CWWCopy What Works
CWWCarolina West Wireless (North Carolina)
CWWChristian Wings for the World (missionary aviation school)
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The CWW gained complete support for the first time from both the city government and Congress through Rep.
Initially, I reached out to the community to find published authors who could assist in developing the CWW group.
Este trabajo se enfoca en aspectos de inmediato interes de CWW para optimizar problemas como el de programacion lineal, modelamiento matematico, toma de decisiones, sistemas expertos, etc.
As it stands CWW algorithm is an intelligent algorithm that looks around of the given point and move through the best point which it can find.
The day after the job was approved, Sandy Campbell, rehabilitation manager of CWW, placed calls to two resin suppliers indicating he would need more than 150,000 pounds of resin in a week-and-a-half for the restoration of three sewer lines.
27 September 2012 - British telecommunications major Vodafone Group Plc (LON:VOD) on Thursday said it would incur costs of some GBP500m (USD810m/EUR628m) related to the integration of Cable & Wireless Worldwide plc (LON:CW), or CWW, by March 2016 when it expects to complete the full integration of the recently bought company.
The rapid migration to 100 G with Ciena's 6500 platform allows CWW to extract more capacity out of existing fibre optic cables, facilitating the transport of today's increasingly bandwidth-hungry applications while improving network economics.
In the final count, CWW said 87% of shareholders who voted backed the deal, beating the 75% required for the arrangement to go ahead.
A statement from Orbis said its "opposition would only serve to prolong the process" and would likely lead to CWW adjourning today's meeting to secure the necessary votes.
CWW shareholders will receive 38p a share, which is a premium on Friday's closing price of 32p and significantly more than the 25p rumoured to have been offered by Tata.
The board of struggling CWW backed the offer from Vodafone, who sponsor F1 team McLaren-Mercedes, but fund manager Orbis said the move undervalued the firm.
38 in cash for each CWW share, valuing the company at approximately GBP1,044m.