WARCO

AcronymDefinition
WARCOWarranty Coordinator
WARCOWarranty Control Office
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I hadn't been on guard on the road for long when up drives the warco. I told him that he would have to go back about a 100 yards because the road was closed as we were firing at a very low elevation.
"WARCO have been instructed to finish the majority of the works in early April and to return later in the month to complete outstanding works and the replacement resurfacing."
Post-war journalism students at the Universities of Western Ontario and Carleton had a heritage to live up to, a heritage founded under fire by the remarkable teamwork of some 100 war correspondents (Warcos) and army PR conducting officers.
The term warco was coined to describe these courageous and exceptional members of the press.
That center would serve students ages 3 to 4, Principal Mary Kathryn Warco said.
New pros for Summer: Daniel Knapp, Collin Hale and the Ginger Avenger, Jordan Maxham, for the burgeoning Warco brand.
Alec Would, general manager of Warco, the county council's contracting arm, said: "We have put more people on to the repairs to ensure we continue to provide a good service to the public.
Closer to the streets, Primitive gave Nick Tucker a signature stick while Norman Woods claims pro status over at Warco.
As agents for the work, Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council has appointed WARCO of Coleshill to undertake the pounds 43,000 works.
The work is being carried out by Warco, the county council's in-house contractor.
The work will be done by WARCO and is scheduled to start on Monday.
The contract has been awarded to Coleshill-based WARCO by Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, which is controlling the work for Warwickshire County Council.