CCF


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CCF

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Military) Combined Cadet Force
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The other consequence of failing to recognize the salience of the liberal opposition to the CCF is to ignore the consequences of the CCF's response to the red-baiting attacks, for the CCF increasingly took shelter under liberalism's ideological umbrella.
Indeed, 76 percent of respondents agreed that greater clarity is needed regarding the different materiality standards for fixed-income investors--a response that was unexpected by CCF, according to Ann Svoboda, Regional Treasurer-The Americas for Cadbury Schweppes Plc, also a member of CCF and FERF's Research Advisory Council.
Each year we survey our Associates to identify their charitable areas of interest, and one of the main areas identified was assisting our servicemen and women," comments Rosemary Rose, Chairman of the CCF Board of Directors and wife of Bruce Rose, CEO, Carrington Holding Company.
Kangals and Anatolians are very intelligent breeds of dogs; we are very excited that the recent puppy donations will give us a greater opportunity to work with even more Namibian farmers through our Livestock Guarding Dog Programme," said CCF Founder and Executive Director, Dr.
From 1944 (when the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation was first elected) to about 1964 (when the CCF was defeated by Ross Thatcher's right-wing Liberals), the provincial government made use of politically sympathetic existing public servants and appointees to try to transform the northern economy.
This is based on the high level of management and operational integration between CCF and Chailease, as CCF plays an integral part in the group's instalment financing business.
Diya Varghese, 15, a cadet from Dame Allan's, said: "I feel really privileged to be a part of the Royal Marines CCF.
The CCF and its Scientific Advisory Board hopes that these annual symposia call attention to the remarkable work happening in the field of pediatric oncology, as well as the necessity to fund these efforts in their beginning stages," offered Jeffrey Toretsky, M.
In re-telling the story of (certain aspects of) the CCF in the 1930s and early 1940s, Naylor's passionately combative The Fate of Labour Socialism does not deny that by 1945 labour socialists were barely hanging on to their "dream of a working-class future," but it shows them - and their "current of Labour Socialism" - more respect and restores their agency.
The CCF service will be in place for a trial period and is available to members who buy their dairy feed from CCF.
In the same exercise as the CCF acquisition, GLH is also acquiring full ownership of CCF's microfinance subsidiary in Myanmar - BG Microfinance Myanmar Co Ltd (BGMM).
Under MARAD's definition, Schedule A vessels produce income that may be deposited into a CCF; Schedule B vessels are new, rebuilt, or acquired and paid for with withdrawals from the CCF.