CEUR

AcronymDefinition
CEURCentro de Estudios Urbanos y Regionales (Latin America)
CEURCentral Europe
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Thomas Norment, D-James City, chairman of the CEUR, is the bill's patron.
Schwinger (1998) A comparison of role mechanisms in object-oriented modeling, Modellierung CEUR Workshop Proceedings, CEUR-WS.
Cet elan se traduit d'ailleurs par l'erection d'imposants batiments au ceurs de cette periode.
For very similar attention paid to the public presence of women, see the valuable first-hand account of the Burgundian chronicler, G eorges Chastellain: "at all the windows were ladies and young women, who delighted the eyes of the visitors as they entered the city, for there were so many, and of such excellent beauty, that all eyes and hearts were captivated" (toutes fenestres estoient garnies de dames et de belles damoiselles de la ville, dont l'aornement et la specieusite ammusoit les yeulz des entrans, car en y avoit si grant nombre et de si diverse beaulte que les yeulz ne s'en poolent ravoir ne les ceurs distraire.