C4D

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AcronymDefinition
C4DCinema 4d (3d Image Program)
C4DCinema 4d
C4DContract for Deed (real property)
C4DCommunication for Development (UN)
C4DCulture for Development (information portal)
C4DCenter for Design (Pacific Northwest College of Art; Portland, OR)
C4DConnectivity for Development (Nigeria)
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Multiple studies are being conducted to research the prospects of leveraging growth in connectivity for development of enhanced computer aided dispatch systems.
Accordingly, the elected Parliamentary leaderships of the six nations are coming together along with experts to delve and ponder the common key challenges as well as to explore new avenues for increased dialogue and connectivity for development.
He expressed his optimism that parliamentary leaderships along with the experts would successfully and effectively consider the common key challenges relating to terrorism and to explore new avenues for increased dialogue and connectivity for development.
Mr Sadiq expressed the hope that parliamentary leaderships along with experts would successfully and effectively consider the common key challenges relating to terrorism and to explore new avenues for increased dialogue and connectivity for development.
Sadiq expressed his optimism that Parliamentary leaderships alongwith the experts would successfully and effectively consider the common key challenges relating to terrorism and to explore new avenues for increased dialogue and connectivity for development.
He said that the vibrant nations of six countries were not only tied by geographical proximity but their perpetual interdependence is also based on age-old civilized heritage as well as geo-economic links of trade, tourism, and culture spreading over centuries.He expressed his optimism that parliamentary leaderships along with the experts would successfully and effectively consider the common key challenges relating to terrorism and to explore new avenues for increased dialogue and connectivity for development.
"There is dichotomy in the Indian pronouncements on the importance of the regional connectivity for development and their negative comments about CPEC," the Adviser said.
Asia is now flooded with regional fora to integrate the region and to promote fusion and connectivity for development and confidence-building measures.