CNEA

AcronymDefinition
CNEAComisión Nacional de Energía Atómica (Argentina)
CNEAClassical and Near Eastern Archaeology
CNEAColumbine Norwegian Elkhound Association (Colorado)
CNEAConference on New England Archaeology
CNEACardiovascular Nursing Education Associates
CNEAConnecticut NASA Education Alliance
CNEACanada and Newfoundland Education Association
CNEAConseil National des Employeurs Associatifs (French: National Council of Employers' Associations)
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Yesterday, members of the NLN CNEA Steering Committee and Standards Committee participated in a webinar about the standards.
In this way you will help NLN CNEA staff and Steering Committee determine how best to develop resources to meet your program's accreditation needs.
At this time I once again want to thank NLN CNEA executive director Dr.
Cree en 2009, le CNEA a pour missions de garantir un cadre clair et transparent, propice a l'investissement, au profit des operateurs nationaux et internationaux, d'identifier et de mettre en oeuvre les mesures destinees a renforcer l'attractivite de l'economie marocaine.
La promotion de l'economie formelle de services a la personne et le renforcement de la performance du service public aux entreprises dans le but de reduire les delais de remboursement de la TVA et des delais de reglement des contrats des marches publics ainsi que les procedures d'autorisation de construire figurent en tete de nouveaux chantiers introduits cette annee dans le plan d'action du CNEA.
And look for Maggie Taylor at the CNEA booth, where she will help executive director Dr.
More than 2,300 radiometric anomalies were defined in the Chubut Basin by airborne geophysical surveys conducted by CNEA of Argentina (CNEA, 1997).
Eligible organizations are invited to submit a CNEA funding proposal by the July 15, 2006 deadline.
Reconnaissance ground radiometric surveys, geochemical sampling and geological mapping of various radiometric anomalies and uranium occurrences detected by the CNEA in its exploration of the region in the 1970s.
CNEA estimates that the Chubut Group rocks are distributed over an area of 170,000 square kilometers ("km2") with airborne radiometric data identifying over 2,300 uranium anomalies within them (CNEA, 1997).