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ICC

abbreviation for INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT.
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Chair of the ICC Women's Committee, Clare Connor, said: "The ICC Women's Championship is an exciting new initiative that represents a significant step in the continued development of women's cricket.
The members, encouraged by the success of the ICC World T20 in Bangladesh this month, also decided that the 16- team format, comprising a qualifying round, would be used again for the 2016 ICC World T20 in India.
Does Laurent Gbagbo's arrest set a precedent that means more heads of state will face ICC trial?
Through the partnership with the ICC, Emirates will continue its sponsorship of the Emirates Elite Panels of ICC Umpires and Match Referees; with the Fly Emirates logo being displayed prominently on the umpires' clothing at all ICC events.
There seems to be adequate support for the ICC from all around the world.
It was an aggressive ramp-up considering there wasn't a model for us to follow," said Greg Watkins, senior engineer for ICC.
From the moment that Washington dropped its bold rhetoric and began to press for an exemption from the ICC, Scheffer's job became virtually impossible.
In an effort to evaluate the ICC Program, BOP researchers are examining the development and operation of the program, as well as its cost.
The program saves the time, cost and frustration of multiple print jobs by creating custom ICC profiles to compensate for variances in color between input, output and viewing devices.
As was the case with the two press releases, the resolution mixes valid concerns about the ICC with more praise for Bush, namely: "President Bush should be commended for renouncing the U.