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What does ICC stand for?
ICC stands for International Cricket Conference (now International Cricket Council)
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- International Congress Calendar
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- International Consultative Committee (various organizations)
- International Control Commission (Geneva Accords)
- International Convention Center
- International Coordinating Committee of National Human Rights Institutions
- International Coordination Committee
- International Corrosion Conference
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- International Cricket Council
- International Criminal Court (Netherlands)
- International Critical Commentary
- International Cultural Center
- Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin (German convention center)
- Internet Call Center (Micron)
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- Internet Chamber of Commerce
- Internet Chess Club
- Internet Collaboration Center (Sprint)
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Lord's bosses demanded a rethink and there were frank exchanges at the International Cricket Conference meeting in Dubai yesterday.
All three players who have signed for the Kerry Packer "cricket circus" are still Test cricketers, at least until a special meeting of the International Cricket Conference.
For months, they have been praying for an excuse, any excuse, that would enable them to pull the plug on the whole wretched exercise without getting clobbered by the International Cricket Conference.
SCOTLAND will be joined by Ireland, Denmark and Holland in resisting moves by the International Cricket Conference to introduce regional qualifying for the World Cup.
In 1975, the sport's governing body, the International Cricket Conference established the World Championship Cup to determine supremacy in the relatively new, short version of the game, the limited overs, or one-day competition.
If the cricket at Headingley was slightly surreal, the same applies to the announcement from the International Cricket Conference that a trial use of substitutes in one-day internationals will start on July 30, as well as a re-jig of the current fielding restrictions which allow only two fielders outside the circle for the first 15 overs.
Players have understandably expressed the concerns with the military action currently going on in Afghanistan following the New York terrorist strikes, and Graveney awaits the developments to come out of this week's International Cricket Conference summit in Kuala Lumpur.