WACS


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AcronymDefinition
WACSWorld Association of Chefs' Societies
WACSWhite Alice Communications System
WACSWorld Association of Cooks Societies
WACSWireless Access Communication System(s)
WACSWeb Application Container Service
WACSWire and Cable Services
WACSWausau Area Catholic Schools (Wisconsin)
WACSWorkload Analysis by Customer Segment
WACSWork Authorization Control Systems (US DoE)
WACSWeak Absolute Consistent System
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New technologies and high integration design concepts were adopted in WACS Upgrade II through the use of Flex Grid and Optical pass-through technologies to meet the high-capacity demands.
The event organised by IFP Qatar, QCP and WACS, promises to be as grand an affair as HQ 2016 itself.
"Our aim is to provide an advanced, stable and seamless communications network which contributes to the social and economic development of the African region," said Vishen Maharaj, chairperson of the WACS consortium's management committee.
Summary: The first Arab ever to be awarded Master Chef Status from the World Association of Chef Societies (WACS).
The Dh1 million continuing education award was announced on Sunday during a press conference in Knowledge Village by the Emirates Culinary Guild (ECG), World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) and City and Guilds London.
The event, which is being organised by Zabeel Palace Hospitality and held in cooperation with the Emirates Culinary Guild and WACS, will also have an Emirati Celebrities competition, a Guf Exhibition and Heritage Village that will display traditional Emirati handicrafts."
"As a World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) endorsed competition, the strictest global judging standards are implemented and it is a testament to your culinary precision and innovation that you came out on top," said President of the South African Chefs Association, congratulating Egypt for winning the competition.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory's Wide-Area Chemical Sensor (WACS) system uses a tuned, broadband laser coupled to a lossless, spectrally discriminating receiver to detect gases at sensitivities as good as typical local detectors, at ranges up to tens of kilometers, while compensating for atmospheric contaminants and instrument drift.
The West Africa Cable System (WACS) will receive repair work which will affect all traffic transiting via the Swakopmund WACS Cable Station.
That, however, is changing rapidly, with projects like the West African Cable System (WACS) and the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) being planned and deployed to deliver much-needed connectivity to the continent.
Pastry chef from Great Britain Graham John Edward conducted workshops in Uzbekistan on May 19-23 in the framework of the World Association of Chefs' Societies (WACS) program Train-the-Trainer.
The competition is sponsored and co- organized by Nestle, Saudi Arabian Chefs Table Circle and World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS).