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  • A Unification Ministry official said the term CNC "is used to convey something new and young and suggests the rise of the new leader Kim Jong-un." : Total

  • China's Xinhua launches 24-hour global news channel in English, CNC


  • You could imagine this machine works by taking the description and then milling the coin CNC style.

    Planet Haskell

  • In a "backgrounder" O'Shea released today he calls the CNC a "fresh, innovative approach" that addresses "the news industry's precipitous decline."

    Chicago Reader

  • The machines are called CNC—Computer Numerically Controlled carving machines.

    Archive 2003-02-16

  • The gathering in a cinema in central Cabinda, the chief town of the enclave, had been called by the CNC, which is opposed to armed resistance by the various factions of the Cabinda Enclave

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Last year, references to "CNC" - computer numerical control - began popping up regularly in state media, on propaganda posters, on T-shirts and in the latest rendition of the Arirang mass games.

    The Seattle Times

  • At the heart of the assembly process is an automated machine run by a computer process known as CNC.


  • Last year, it launched a 24-hour English-language television network called CNC World.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The CupCake CNC, which is primarily made of wood, is in the shape of a box with windows cut out so that its working parts can be seen.

    Berks county news


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