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AcronymDefinition
CREDOChaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation
CREDOCentrul de Resurse pentru Drepturile Omului (Resource Center for Human Rights; Chisinau, Republica Moldova)
CREDOClemson Research in Engineering Design and Optimization
CREDOComposite Radio and Enhanced Service Delivery for the Olympics
CREDOCentralized Reliability Data Organization
CREDOCentre for Research and Enterprise Development Online
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The days building out technology solutions in a bubble are fading fast," according to industry veteran CAROL HELTON, the new vice president of worldwide sales for Credo Reference.
Credo is a management consulting firm focused on corporate strategy, transaction services, commercial and operating model transformation and performance improvement.
Since 1985, CREDO has donated more than USD 83m to progressive organizations fighting for women's rights, economic justice, voting rights, climate justice and more.
By supporting Credo, FMO contributes to improving access to finance for Georgian micro businesses and SMEs, especially in rural areas.
CREDO is a mobile carrier that gives individuals the power to make positive social change every day.
While the previous credo was divided into three sections, namely: Our People, Our Customer, Our Daily Commitment, the new one is mainly divided into two sections - At Our Best and At Our Core - without counting the first part which serves as the opening statement that echoes the title "Enriching lives.
Credo is a leading retailer offering safe and sustainable artisan beauty products including natural and organic skincare and cosmetics brands such as Tata Harper, RMS Beauty, Fig + Yarrow, Ilia and Lily Lolo.
If farmers in Western Mindanao got hungry, Credo said, the National Food Authority in the region could immediately provide assistance.
By switching to CREDO CUBE we can increase overall client satisfaction by reducing product destruction costs as well as the quality costs associated with investigations and CAPA's that can result from temperature excursions.
A shocking reaction to a self-prescribed antibiotic led Credo to suffer from acute Steven John Syndrome, medically known as Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.
Credo Del Rosario has passed the acute phase when the symptoms progressed and is in the recovery stage, which happens to be the longest, as doctors are treating her with steroids and antibiotics.