CROMAC

AcronymDefinition
CROMACCroatian Mine Action Centre
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Second: 1 Newlawn Impact, 2 Cromac Belle, 3 Woe Katie, 4 Mays King, 5 Ecclestone, 6 Aclamon Messi (m).
He had forged a positive reputation for himself as a player with Cromac Albion and Brantwood and became one of the youngest managers in junior football at the age of 29.
Contractor address : The Gas Office, 4 Cromac Quay,, Ormeau Road,,
Stephen McManus, 24, admitted causing the death of 25-year-old Niall Harrigan, 25, who was hit by his Subaru car on Cromac Street in central Belfast in May 2012.
A new 120-room, four-star Radisson SAS hotel is due to open this month at Cromac Park, while Malmasion, which has a property in Birmingham, opens at the former McCausland site in November.
She is one of three French raiders, the others being Saperlipoupette and the Italian-owned Cromac.
Contract award: Procurement services demining and / or search mine-infested areas poljoprirednih The preliminary design CROMAC.
Details were disclosed as a man was remanded in custody accused of holding up the premises on Cromac Street, South Belfast, on April 22.
Riot police separated drunken rival fans in the Cromac Street area.
It is at this point, according to Boone, that CROMAC is "giving ChemTech the opportunity to develop ELF's potential in airborne applications.
As a player, he enjoyed spells at Ards, Larne, Carrick Rangers and Ballyclare Comrades, while he lifted the Steel & Sons Cup during his time at now defunct Amateur League side Cromac Albion.
In April 1998, Croatia created CROMAC, turned the resolution into law, and set a timetable to come up with a game plan.