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What does C2G stand for?

C2G stands for Cradle to Grave


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In Britain, Hillary's triumph coincided with the coronation of Elizabeth II and was trumpeted as the start of a "second Elizabethan age" - bizarrely, since he was a Kiwi from cradle to grave.
There is something subversive about thinking that education from cradle to grave is the panacea for all of society's ills, and that a more educated work force will make us more globally competitive.
Full voice characterization by both talented readers lends credence to the desperation, depravity, and foolhardiness of the parties as they wend their way from cradle to grave, from home life to the wilds of Africa.
Mike Metz, Vice President, Commercial at VSMPO-Tirus, US stated "We are Metal Service Center and importer / distributor of Titanium, Magnesium and Aluminum and as such, it's critical for us to maintain complete cradle to grave traceability of our material and to maintain excellent documentation on the material including Material Certifications and Material Test Reports (MTR's).
Fully voiced characterizations by both talented readers lend credence to the desperation, depravity, and foolhardiness of the parties as they wend their way from cradle to grave, from home life to the wilds of Africa.
Byline: Steven Thomma Knight-Ridder Tribune News Wire From cradle to grave, millions of Americans would get a tax cut under a plan unveiled Monday by the Republicans' chief congressional tax writer.
For the first time, an armada of spacecraft was in place to monitor the fireworks, enabling researchers to capture this solar event "from cradle to grave," says astronomer Stephen P.
``The producer finds the project, creates the vision, hires the writer and director, helms the ship and basically takes it from cradle to grave,'' said Diane Robison, special events coordinator for the Producers Guild of America.