Cret

AcronymDefinition
CretCretan (linguistics)
CretColor Ret
CretColor Resolution Enhancement Technology
CretCement Retainer Setting Log (petroleum industry)
CretCardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Training (health program)
CretChemiluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer
CretCommittee for Review of Education and Training (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India)
CretComputer Real Estate Technology
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Architects Patti Philippe Cret and Albert Kelsey designed it as a symbol of hemispheric unity by combining the major cultural architectural influences from the Americas, including Spanish colonial, Native American, French, Portuguese, and English.
The Corriere della Sera daily reportedly published extracts of the book "Se= cret Mussolini," taken from diaries written between 1932 and 1938, on Monda= y two days before it hits Italian book shops.
b) Security clearance of SE CRET with potential to increase level to TOP SECRET.
Besides, Annenberg said, the Renoirs at the Barnes were bad, and the 1925 limestone villa by Paul Cret was a"rabbit warren" The real message was clear: The $4 billion collection (in 1990 prices) was too valuable to be benefiting a few students and the occasional visiting aesthete.
Libeskind is professor at the Hoschschule fur Gestaltung, Karlsruhe, Germany, the Cret Chair at the University of Pennsylvania and the Frank 0.
Paulino studied at the Du Cret School of the Arts, a private art academy, and now lives in a rural part of the state.
This is all the more baffling as Rykwert has been Paul Cret professor at Penn in Philadelphia, with access to Kahn's archive and his remaining circle.
They had been built, for the most part, in the 1920s and 1930s in a variety of that era's styles -- chiefly Mediterranean Renaissance and Beaux-Arts, with flourishes of Art Deco -- and among those responsible for their design were Cass Gilbert and Paul Cret, architects whose reputations had once been national, indeed international, but whose names meant nothing to me.
Renowned architects Cass Gilbert, university architect from 1909 to 1920, and Paul Cret in the 1930s, delivered the courtyards, balconies, ornate entryways, window adornments, and colorful cornices and overhangs that define the campus.
3m Eastern Bay Link Road in Cardiff now under way, Mrs Hart has Calso welcomed the wider economic opportunities provided by gthe project which is expected to cret -ate 100 new jobs and 10 apprenticea -ships during its construction phase salone.