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CWS

abbreviation for
(Commerce) Cooperative Wholesale Society
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Haqqi added that under the leadership and guidance of Shehryar Akbar Khan the community welfare section (CWS) and all other sections too are getting improvements.
They say these are produced and related barrels are filled at a heavily-guarded plant in one of the Baghdad suburbs by QF experts in CWs. The QF, according to the same officials, is supplying Iraq's Safawi Shi'ite militia groups with the same CWs fed into special missiles being produced in Iran by the IRGC.
However, the future of the CWS had not been secured.
CWS can create a complete range of windows and all types of doors to suit any home, from classic casement windows to innovative tilt n turn styles, plus classical vertical sliders, French windows and bay windows to French doors, stable doors, composite doors to bi-folding doors in pvc or aluminium.
Virginia (52-14), in the CWS for the third time, will go to the championship round against Vanderbilt or Texas, who were playing later Saturday.
6), within a week of the [UNSC] resolution [on Syria's CWs arsenal] being passed, some chemical weapons were being destroyed".
You probably haven't heard of CWS, but Whirlpool is a household name in washing machines, ovens and fridges.
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Selection of the plant species is, along with other design variables, of fundamental importance for the successful treatment of wastewater in CWS. The functions of macrophytes include not only the extraction of nutrients from the wastewater, but also the transfer of oxygen to the substrate, providing support (rhizomes and roots) for the growth of biofilm bacteria, and improving the permeability of the substrate and aesthetics of the environment (MATOS et al., 2009a).
The takeover of CWS is part of IESa[euro](tm) globalisation and diversification, its CEO Stephen Andrews said.
The county DSS identifies Linkages as a partnership between CWS and participant services.