CRE


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
CRECommercial Real Estate
CRECCD (Charge Coupled Device) and Readout Electronics
CRECorporate Real Estate
CRECommission for Racial Equality (Scotland)
CRECounselor of Real Estate (member of the American Society of Real Estate Counselors)
CRECyclic AMP Response Element (genetics)
CREConférences Régionales des élus (Quebec, Canada)
CRECorrosion Resistant
CRECertified Reliability Engineer
CRECoordinator of Religious Education (religious order)
CREcis-regulatory element (DNA)
CREChesapeake Ranch Estates
CRECosmic Ray Exposure
CRECustomer Relations Executive (various companies)
CRECentre for Research in Education
CREColumbia River Estuary
CRECommander Royal Engineers
CREContingency Response Element (USAF)
CRECentre for Research and Evaluation (Sheffield Hallam University, UK)
CRECouncil for Responsible E-Mail
CRECenter for Risk Excellence
CREConfederation of Reformed Evangelicals (Moscow, Idaho)
CRECyclization Recombination
CReCapabilities Request
CREControl and Reporting Element
CREcontrol reporting element (US DoD)
CRECumulative Residual Entropy
CRECommodity Resource & Environmental, Inc. (Burbank, CA)
CREChief Royal Engineer (Corps of Royal Engineers, British Army)
CRECost Reduction Effort
CRECombat Readiness Evaluation
CRECrisis Response Element
CRECorrected Reference Equivalent
CRECenter for Resource Economics
CREContaminant Removal Efficiency
CRECellular Radio Exchange
CREChain-of-Rare-Events (model)
CRECourse Resource Estimate
CRECheckout & Readiness Equipment
CRECampaign for Rural England
CRECompressor, Refrigerant, Evaporative
CREClassification, Recovery, and Evacuation
CREComponent Responsible Engineering
CREColor Resolution Enhancement
CREConférence Permanente des Recteurs, des Présidents et Vice-Chanceliers des Universités Européennes (French: Standing Conference of Rectors, Presidents and Vice-Chancellors of European Universities)
CRECoast Rescue Equipment
CRECombat Reconnaissance Element
CRECollection, Reclamation, & Exchange
CREConsole Remote Equipment
CREConstant Radial Expansion
CREcAMP (Adenosine 3'5' Cyclic Monophosphate) Response Element (biochemistry)
CREContrat de Retour a l'Emploi (French: Reemployment contract)
CREConseil des Résidents Étrangers (French: Council for Foreign Residents)
CREClean and Renewable Energy (various organizations)
CRECree/Cri (language)
CREContrat Restauration Entretien (French: Food Service Contract)
CRECentre de Recherches en Esthétique (French: Center for Research in Aesthetics)
CREConstruction and Real Estate
CREComité Régional d'Equitation (French: Regional Riding Committee)
CREChain Reaction Ecommerce (Atlanta, GA)
CREComisión Reguladora de Energía (México)
CRECommission de Régulation de l'Energie (French: Commission of Energy Regulation)
CREChemical Reaction Engineering (chemical engineering and industrial chemistry)
CREChain Reaction Edition (e-commerce software)
CREConception Réalisation Électrique (French: Electrical Design Realization)
References in periodicals archive ?
Facility guidance for control of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE)--November 2015 update CRE toolkit.
In recent weeks, the CRE Lending Group closed three major loan transactions with a total value of over $40 million:
Our focus is to describe these elements and highlight the diversity of CRE activities that embody them, noting that not every element may be necessary for a successful CRE experience.
A model of an APHCRI multi-institution CRE with four partners is presented in Figure 1.
The overriding importance of location is a key factor that distinguishes CRE lending from other types of bank lending.
Because of their prevalence, KPCs are on the antibiotic-resistant bacteria "hot list" for being the most prevalent form of CRE in the U.
Target: CRE portfolio in Japan, Spanish CRE and the portfolio of non-performing loans in Portugal
Scholarship on the CRE also addresses how the CRE can bridge divides between campus and community.
To reduce spread of CRE bacteria, the CDC requests health-care facilities take the following preventative steps:
Parkinson said approximately one-third of all CRE loans, both bank and nonbank, totaling more than $1 trillion, are scheduled to mature over the next two years.
Village crE ches or 'Anganwadis' are community-based centers that cater to the basic health needs with trained health workers, who make weekly visits for vaccination drives and regular health check-ups.
Despite weak CRE fundamentals and increasing levels of delinquencies and defaults, 90 per cent of CMBS loans are still performing," said DebtX CEO Kingsley Greenland.