CW

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CWContinuous Wave (radar)
CWClockwise
CWChemical Warfare
CWConventional Wisdom
CWCall Waiting
CWCountry/Western (music)
CWContinuous Wave
CWColonial Williamsburg
CWCivil War
CWConsistent With
CWCommonwealth
CWClone Wars (Star Wars)
CWCold Weather
CWCook Islands
CWCrewe (postcode, United Kingdom)
CWCold War
CWCreative Writing
CWChild Welfare
CWChicken Wings
CWControl Word
CWCornwall
CWContent Warning
CWChristopher Ward (watchmaker; various locations)
CWChemical Week (magazine)
CWCold Water
CWClan War (gaming)
CWCoursework (education)
CWComplied With
CWCyberworlds (International Conference)
CWConference on Cyberworlds
CWCeltic Woman (musical group from Ireland)
CWCopywriter
CWCable & Wireless plc. (telecommunications company)
CWCooling Water
CWChristopher Walken
CWCountry & Western
CWChest Wall
CWCommon Worship
CWCyst Wall
CWCurrent Weight
CWCingular Wireless
CWChilled Water
CWCarriage Way
CWCivil Works
CWContract Worker
CWChampionship White (Acura Integra Type R color)
CWCalendar Week
CWChemical Weapon(s)
CWCarrier Wave
CWCaseworker
CWCaution and Warning (also seen as C&W)
CWClasswork
CWConcealed Weapon
CWCatherine Wheel (band)
CWChief Warrant Officer (US Army)
CWCigar Weekly (magazine)
CWClay Walker (country music artist)
CWCrimeWatch
CWCooperating Witness
CWCirculating Water
CWCrimean War
CWCongress Watch
CWCross Wind
CWCommand Word
CWClarisWorks
CWCarnauba Wax
CWCBS and Warner Bros (televison network)
CWCyber Warfare
CWCarbonated Water
CWCarat Weight (precious minerals)
CWCold Worked (metal fabrication)
CWCondenser Water
CWConcern Worldwide
CWCBS Warner (TV network)
CWCyber War
CWCollaborative Writing
CWCustomWare (methodology for custom services and training on rapidly evolving technologies; The New CustomWare Company)
CWCheese Whiz (food product)
CWCold Welding
CWCat's Whisker
CWCastle Wars (gaming, Runescape)
CWCoalition Warfare
CWChaotic Wrestling (Massachusetts)
CWComputing with Words
CWCrossworlds
CWComplete Warrior (Dungeons & Dragons book)
CWCrap Weasel
CWCombat Wing
CWCompuworld
CWComplaining Witness
CWClassic Wizard
CWCrumbling Walls (quorum protocol)
CWComposite Wave
CWCommunications Wing
CWContinuous Working-Level Monitoring (radon measurement)
CWCorrelation Window
CWCoal Warfighter
CWCrimson Wave
CWColumn Waste
CWCreative Wonders (learning games company)
CWCoders Workshop (UK programmers' conference)
CWCarson Wagonlit (travel agency)
CWContractor Westinghouse (electronic tubes made by Westinghouse Canada for US Army)
CWCalcWare
CWWave-Making Resistance Coefficient (Naval architecture)
CWClaremont Winds (Claremont, CA)
CWContraband Watch (prisons)
CWCounterintelligence Warfare
CWCorner Kicks Won (soccer)
CWCushman & Wakefield LLC
CWComplywise Ltd (UK)
CWConverter Workshop
CWConnetquot West, Inc (Farmingdale, NY)
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They are kept separate from other diamonds from the very first moment they are unearthed - their carat weight of at least three carats, though many are much larger, and singular beauty instantly setting them apart as truly remarkable.
He pointed out that Omani law prohibited sale of the precious stones, their display or possession unless accompanied by a receipt or card with the coloured stones, mentioning the name of the stone, its weight, carat weight, colour and, if possible, the level of exposure to any kind of treatment.
This course comprehensively expanded my knowledge of diamonds and coloured stones, as well as the technical expertise and practical skills required to evaluate gemstones using the 4Cs (colour, clarity, cut, and carat weight).
With blue diamonds graded by a combination of colour, clarity, cut and carat weight, the Okavango Blue could still fetch a price similar or close to that of the bigger stones.
The session also focused on educating attendees on how combinations of colour, clarity, cut and carat weight determine value and translate diamond characteristics into features and benefits.
Nirupa Bhatt, Managing Director of GIA India and the Middle East, shared insights on diamonds, colored gems and pearls, including the famous 4Cs of diamond quality - color, clarity, cut and carat weight, and the GIA 7 Pearl Value FactorsaAaAo.
However, as a scientist working at the Gemological Institute of America, Smith was able to examine 46 type IIb diamonds that were among the thousands of diamonds that come through the GIA's offices each day to be graded according to what is known as the four Cs -- cut, clarity, carat weight and color.
There are four things that really matter when purchasing a diamond - the 4Cs: carat weight, cut, colour and clarity.
The four most important factors in determining the value of a diamond are its clarity, color, cut and carat weight (one carat is about 200 milligrams).
For example, with jewelry, especially the hot, colored diamond area, a carat weight of a stone is easy to extrapolate to see how that market is doing in those particular stones.
She covers shape and cutting style, carat weight, color, clarity and transparency, cut quality, star and cat's-eye stones, treatments, synthetic stones, and deceptive practices, followed by descriptions of specific gemstones, with broad price ranges, and tips on caring for gems.
On paper, a stone can rank highly on the famous "4 Cs" - colour, cut, clarity and carat weight - but might still reflect black, indicating that it is fake or has been improperly cut.