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W3C is the World Wide Web Consortium. This is an organisation made up of professionals and volunteers who work out the best ways to share information on the World Wide Web.

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House agency Performers Rights Net worth Public corporations
Tied loan N322A Civil Court form Capital Adequacy Households
Value added tax (VAT) Free Circulation Factum Sin Tax
Deliverable End Debt collection letters Corporate Officers Committal proceedings
Over the Counter Just in Time (JIT) Industrial Tax Exemption Functionality
Public company or public limited company Ex cathedra Golden Parachutes Garnishee Order
Demilitarised Zone - DMZ Payout Period Exempt Supply Algorithm
Company Car Decruit National Insurance (NI) Route to the Market
IMHO Loading List Directors Appreciation
7Z Administration order Force Majeure Tax Form - P6

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