Übersetzung für 'CCF' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN1   Ccf | Ccf
NOUN3   ccf | ccf
common cause failure <CCF>
gemeinsam verursachter Ausfall {m} <GVA>
common cause failure <CCF>
Ausfall {m} aufgrund / infolge gemeinsamer Ursache
congestive cardiac failure <CCF>
kongestive Herzinsuffizienz {f}
cross-correlation function <CCF>
Kreuzkorrelationsfunktion {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • CCF is targeted at medium to large enterprises. CCF was originally developed for the large call center requirements of the telecommunication industry.
  • Irvine was active in the founding of the CCF in Calgary in 1932 and helped bring the UFA into the CCF in early 1933 and the parliamentary UFA caucus into the CCF for the 1935 election.
  • The Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF), an organization that lobbies on behalf of the food and beverage industry, has criticized HSUS for many years.
  • The CCF won 42 of the 52 seats available in the 1944 election, June 15, 1944. CCF leader Tommy Douglas became Premier, the first time the CCF was able to form government in any jurisdiction.
  • Beresford Richards (Ind CCF) was re-admitted to the CCF caucus in December 1945.

  • In 2019 the CCF formed a Corps of Drums, and since then has been taking cadets on ACF and CCF-run music training camps.
  • Where the school's Combined Cadet Force (ccf) contingent's training is centred. It is used both for the administration of the contingent and the training of the cadets.
  • Herridge won the riding with 6,123 votes, while the official CCF candidate won 1,611.
  • In 1982, the CCF was nationalised by the French government.
  • In 1933, Philpott resigned from the "Globe" to join the new Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) and was asked to lead a campaign organizing Clubs for the Ontario CCF.

  • In January 2022, CCF announced that the association was disaffiliating with Football Australia and Football NSW.
  • Plasma or serum levels of ccf mtDNA have been seen to be of marked difference in people with cancer.
  • Members of the former RWP (whose National Committee did not dissolve and whose branches continued to hold meetings) had difficulty working within the CCF.
  • CCF officers are not members of the armed forces and are usually teachers or other school staff.
  • In 1934, he became the CCF's first national secretary.

  • Results include those of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF). The CCF essentially became the New Democratic Party (NDP) on 8 October 1961.
  • At the 1936 convention of the Ontario CCF, Williams filibustered against a resolution opposing a united front between the CCF and the Communist Party of Canada and was threatened with expulsion from the CCF for his behaviour.
  • In 2002 HSBC integrated CCF (Suisse) SA and CCF-Handelsfinanz Bank into HSBC Guyerzeller after HSBC acquired Crédit Commercial de France (CCF). Two years later, HSBC became sole owner of the bank.
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