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What a crock!

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exclam. & comp. abb. What a crock of shit!; What a lot of nonsense! Y3. WAC!
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The WACS runs from South Africa to the UK, via Portugal, delivering a total capacity of 5.
Soyannwo and Elegbe (6) bemoaned a dearth of anaesthetist trainees in the WACS programs, with less than 2% of all graduates of the College being anaesthetists.
WACS is a non-political professional organisation dedicated to maintaining and improving the culinary standards of global cuisines.
Nokia Siemens Network will provide a scalable and cost-effective transport backbone to address the anticipated increase in transmission volumes, especially with WACS, expected to launch in the first quarter of next year, according to the companies.
The great opportunity within WACS lies in the diversity of being represented by virtually every major cooking tradition in the world, which gives smaller nations with fewer resources at their disposal equal opportunity to share their knowledge of food and cooking with the global WACS community," said the newly installed president of WACS, Ferdinand E.
Next month the Welsh Culinary Association, which represents hundreds of chefs in Wales, will press its case for membership of WACS at the body's annual congress in Kyoto, Japan.
WACS international submarine fibre optic cable brings more internet bandwidth;
The World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) is a 102-nation fellowship comprising the world's various professional chefs' organisations and the ECG received its charter into WACS in 1994.
Abigail Aguilar, toxics campaigner of Greenpeace, said environmental groups were not asked to participate in the WACS.
MTC also saw the implementation of 4G/LTE in eight towns outside Windhoek, namely Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Oshakati, Otjiwarongo, Ongwediva, Tsumeb, Outapi, and Keetmanshoop as well as re-enforcing redundancy of international connectivity via WACS and SAT-3 submarine cables, providing high capacity international internet connectivity via Lisbon, London and Cape Town.
South AfricaEoACAOs low fixed broadband adoption is seen as a major contributor to the dynamism of the mobile data segment, while the increase in bandwidth afforded by new international connections such as WACS (West African Cable System), which came online in May 2012, is enabling lower data pricing and higher bandwidth.
The trade show features 500 food and equipment manufacturers and suppliers, in addition to In addition, SIAL Middle East 2011 is also hosting 500 key buyers under its specifically designed SIAL Purchasers Club, SIAL Innovations Awards, Africa & Middle East semi-finals of the WACS Global Chefs Challenge and Hans Bueschkens Young Chefs Challenge, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Investment meetings and The Grocery @ SIAL Middle East.
Offenders smashed through the front door window glass and stole items including a silver 40-inch Panasonic Viera flatscreen TV worth pounds 2,200, a Philips WACS 7000 wireless music centre with a matching wireless remote music centre worth pounds 800 and a DVD player worth pounds 500.
Joining WACS in 2002 gave the Welsh Culinary Association national status for the first time.
Impressively re-creating the speeches of FDR and Churchill while highlighting such events as the tragic internment of Japanese-Americans and the formation of the WACS and the WAVES are the voiceover talents of Jeff LaPensee, Darcy Shean and Paul Millett.