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CCJCaribbean Court of Justice
CCJCross-Border Consumer Center Japan (Consumer Affairs Agency)
CCJCounty Court Judgement (England & Wales; registered debt in civil action)
CCJCommercial Carrier Journal
CCJComputer Center in Japan
CCJCraniocervical Junction (spine condition)
CCJConference of Chief Justices
CCJCorte Centroamericana de Justicia (Central America)
CCJCalicut, India (Airport Code)
CCJConseil Communal des Jeunes (French: Municipal Youth Council)
CCJCentre Camille Jullian (French archaeological center)
CCJCore Component Jammer
CCJCenter for Criminal Justice (various locations)
CCJCenter for Communication and Journalism (Plattsburgh State University of New York)
CCJConseil Consultatif de la Jeunesse (French: Youth Advisory Council)
CCJCiti Cards Japan, Inc.
CCJCenter for Creative Justice (Ames, IA)
CCJComputer Communications Journal
CCJCluster Computing Journal
CCJCyber Citizens for Justice
CCJContinuing Court of Jurisdiction (Texas)
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[1.] Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, Malabar Medical College and Research Centre, Calicut, India.
RAK Airways said on Saturday that it will increase flights to Calicut, India to make it a daily service from December 15.
RAK Airways relaunched operations a year ago with two routes to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and Calicut, India. Over the last 12 months the airline has focused on extending its route network across the GCC, Indian sub-continent and North Africa.
Ideal Indian School librarian dies Long-time Qatar resident and Ideal Indian School employee E Aslam died yesterday in Calicut, India. He was 49.
Department of Community Medicine, Government Medical College, Calicut, India Key words Aedes albopictus; Calicut; coconut shell; India; Kerala; larval habitats; tyre
Father-of-three Yousif Kambikai Kizhakke Valappil Seethi, 53, from Calicut, India, was crushed under a cabin in Ma'ameer on August 4.
Zheng He's voyages were considered to have achieved their purpose and after the admiral's death at Calicut, India, in 1433, the Ming emperors turned their back on the sea to concentrate on defending their northern frontier against the resurgent Mongols.
The airline has already announced its plans to start services to Calicut, India and Guangzhou, China, both on 1st July followed by Los Angeles on 1st September.