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a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain


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This will be used for Cwm Taf's new Text and Remind service, which will send text and phone reminders to patients about their appointment in advance.
Guto Roberts, Cwm Idwal Partnership Officer, said: "It has been a pleasure and an education to be a part of this Soundlands project.
TAQA and CWM teams have started conceptual studies for different technical schemes to ascertain the best form of energy recovery from Delma Island's waste -- household and organic waste.
As part of its presence at the festival, CWM hosted a dedicated stand to educate visitors on its range of services and initiatives.
And as a ready-made regional delivery vehicle the CWM offers the potential to save the public sector millions of pounds in procurement costs - efficiencies that can be re-invested in sustainable development.
The Cwm Idwal Partnership is overseeing the work, with all partners contributing to the cost.
Using the Marvin Applet provides better support for users who want to search the Internet by structure on compact devices such as Netbooks and MacBooks using CWM Global Search," said Alexander Kos, owner of AKos Consulting & Solutions GmbH (AKos GmbH).
Originally founded as a maker of zinc ornamental products, such as lamp bases and door handles, CWM saw a growing market for aluminum parts in the mid-1950s.
In those days, Pobol y Cwm was only aired once a week, but ex-miner Jac (Dafydd Hywel), who ran the local garage with the late, lamented wide-boy Wayne Harries (Dewi Pws), is surely one of the old-time Pobol y Cwm greats.
We are excited about the closing of our merger with CAMC, and we believe that CWM has taken a critical step in assuming independent control of the operations, assets and employees that are important to its long-term performance," stated Michael W.
WASHINGTON -- A comprehensive study announced today by the Human Capital Institute and six research co-sponsors presents a strong argument in favor of organizations' use of centralized Contingent Workforce Management (CWM), noting a potential cost savings of 7 percent to 12 percent among organizations that move away from a decentralized CWM process.
But, Cwm Taf UHB has said the combined average figure for RCT and Merthyr for the first three weeks of its Explorer project was 60% - up by 14% on its figure for March (46.
Cwm Farm's meat processing facilities are being used by Margam Country Park to create a range of venison cuts and cured meats from the estate's 400-strong herd of deer.
Rooting will enable users to install apps that require root permission whereas CWM recovery will help install custom ROM and several system tweaks.