FCW


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AcronymDefinition
FCWFederal Computer Week
FCWFlorida Championship Wrestling
FCWFront Collision Warning (automotive technology)
FCWForward Collision Warning
FCWFuture Championship Wrestling (UK)
FCWFC Wacker Innsbruck (traditional soccer club)
FCWFairfield County Weekly (Fairfield, CT)
FCWFast Courier Worldwide (Belgium)
FCWFederation of Cuban Women (Cuba)
FCWFire Control Workshop
FCWFussball Club Wädenswil (Swiss soccer club)
FCWField Claims Workstation (State Farm Insurance)
FCWFanfare Concert Winds (Florida)
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Data on similar vehicle models without autonomous braking feature suggest benefits of FCW maybe more limited [3].
Fermented chitin waste (FCW) is a solid waste by-product obtained from chitinase production by the fermentation of chitin.
The so-called "hill farming agreement" was established between FCW and hill farmers in the 1950s when the body bought or leased land to plant forests.
"All the other samples have returned negative results, so as things stand Wales is currently clear of the disease," said the FCW spokesman.
BTCV manager Terry Rowlands said: "Our partnership with FCW enables BTCV to offer a clear route into employment with the conservation and environmental sector."
FCW has joined forces with South Wales Police to tackle deer poaching as part of the Forest Watch Scheme.
We investigated how the experience of family conflicts with work (FCW) affected performance ratings given to men and women.
The 1.9 GHz frequency has been valued by the FCC at USD4.8bn which would have to be met if the deal was to become a reality, reports FCW.com.
"These new contracts we will award will be highly visible," Lee told a conference sponsored by FCW Media.
Specifically, de IRS's position is that the sale of stock options to an FCW, which is governed by Sec.
2000) p35, Falls Church, VA: FCW Government Technology Group.