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CCC

abbr.
1. Civilian Conservation Corps
2. Commodity Credit Corporation

CCC

Civilian Conservation Corps.

CCC

Civilian Conservation Corps. The Emergency Conservation Work Act of 1933 was the predecessor of the CCC, which dated from 1937.
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Adj.1.CCC - being one hundred more than two hundredccc - being one hundred more than two hundred
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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No firm decisions on the level of funding CCCS can expect to receive for the remainder of the academic year were made.
William Hendricksen will assume the role of Lineage chief executive, while former CCCS president Paul Hendricksen will take on the job of Lineage chief operating officer.
The CCCS also warned that high inflation and rising bills since the latest data was collected mean that the situation is likely to be even worse for families in the run up to Christmas.
I would urge anyone in Coventry struggling to repay their debts to seek help from a charity such as CCCS who can provide free advice.
You can only apply for a DRO through an approved organisation such as the CCCS or Citizens Advice.
The CCCS counsellor showed her how to manage her money better by drawing up a monthly budget to take care of the essentials: rent, food, heating, lighting, fares to school, clothes etc.
Payplan also favours DMPs and like the CCCS, it is funded solely by creditors making a 'fair share' contribution from money which debtors hand over.
According to CCCS, women account for almost two-thirds of clients recommended for bankruptcy.
But so far this year the CCCS helpline has seen a 50pc increase nationally in calls over the same period in 2004.
Now through CCCS of Santa Clara and Ventura Counties, for the first time consumers engaged in credit counseling will benefit directly from the actionable power of FICO scores.
We have agreements with many creditors," says Sherri Goss, vice president of CCCS in Atlanta.
When people are completely unable to manage their own money, CCCS may offer to take over management of their household budget.