- Civilian Conservation Corps: the former U.S. federal agency (1933–1943), organized to utilize the nation's unemployed youth by building roads, planting trees, improving parks, etc.
- Commodity Credit Corporation.
- continuous chest compressions: a form of CPR.
- a quality rating for a corporate or municipal bond, lower than B and higher than CC.
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Examples from the Web for ccc
CCC does not reveal how much of its budget is spent on overseas activities.
CCC—sorry, Cru—is at once better known and lesser known than these groups.
Speaking via satellite during a CCC talk called “Sysadmins of the World, Unite!”How the NSA Recruits in a Post-Snowden World
January 17, 2014
Thanks to funding from international aid agencies, CCC now houses nearly 40 children and covers the school fees for 600.In South Sudan, Striving to Keep Girls in School
March 31, 2013
CCC, pestils, or circular leathers, by means of which the water is raised in the pump.Perpetual Motion
He cursed under his breath the member of the CCC who had carelessly let his card get away from his clutches.Villa Elsa
The boys of the CCC camps are having a very important hand in reconstruction and conservation.Blue Ridge Country
The abbreviation is m mrs; this might stand for ccc or three hundred, the value given by Ramusio.A Description of the Coasts of East Africa and Malabar