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CEMCustomer Experience Management (Total Quality Management)
CEMCemetery
CEMCement
CEMCertified Energy Manager
CEMContinuous Emissions Monitoring (EPA)
CEMCompatibilité ElectroMagnétique
CEMCampus Estado de México
CEMCentro de Estudios de la Mujer (Spanish: Center for Women’s Studies; Chile)
CEMContagious Equine Metritis
CEMCivil Emergency Message
CEMCoastal Engineering Manual
CEMCountry Economic Memorandum
CEMCertified Emergency Manager
CEMCommission on Ecosystem Management (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
CEMCollege of Estate Management
CEMCertified in Exhibition Management (International Association of Exhibitions and Events)
CEMComputation in Electromagnetics
CEMCentre for Environmental Management (South Africa)
CEMContract Electronics Manufacturer
CEMCentre d'Études Médiévales (French: Center for Medieval Studies; various locations)
CEMComputational Electromagnetic
CEMCombined Effects Munition
CEMChannel Electron Multiplier
CEMCardiac Event Monitoring
CEMCollege of Economics and Management (Philippines)
CEMContract Energy Management
CEMCisco E-Mail Manager
CEMCommunity Environmental Monitoring (US DOE)
CEMConseillers En Mobilité (Belgium)
CEMConferencia Episcopal de México (Spanish)
CEMChief Enlisted Manager
CEMComposite Epoxy Material (manufacturing)
CEMCollège Édouard-Montpetit (Longueuil, Quebec)
CEMCentre d'Éthique Médicale (French: Center for Medical Ethics; Catholic University of Lille; Lille, France)
CEMContract Equipment Manufacturer
CEMCollege of Engineering and Mines (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
CEMCentre d'Expressions Musicales (French: Musical Expressions Center; music school)
CEMCenter for Enterprise Modernization (MITRE Corporation)
CEMCentre for Environmental Monitoring (Canada)
CEMCryoelectron Microscopy
CEMCertified Equipment Manager
CEMChristian Educational Ministries
CEMCampi Elettro Magnetici (Italian: Electro Magnetic Fields)
CEMChamp Electromagnétiques (French: Electromagnetic Field)
CEMCertified Emission Reduction (carbon credit)
CEMComplex Electro-Mechanical (system)
CEMConcepts Evaluation Model
CEMComité Économique du Médicament
CEMCumulus Ensemble Model
CEMCommon Element Manager
CEMChanneltron Electron Multiplier
CEMConservation and Enforcement Measures
CEMComputer Engineering Management
CEMCommon Equipment Module
CEMCentre d'Études Méditerranéennes (French: Center for Mediterranean Studies)
CEMCollin Electromécanique Maintenance (French: Collin Electrical Maintenance)
CEMCareer Ending Move
CEMCompromising Emanations
CEMCulture Environnement Médias (French: Media Culture Environment)
CEMCenter for Electromagnetics
CEMCooperative Environmental Management
CEMCentro de Estudios Militares (Guatemala)
CEMCircunscripción Electoral Municipal (Spanish; Guatemala)
CEMCenter for Electro-Mechanics
CEMChannel Element Module
CEMCommunications-Electronics Meteorological
CEMCaptured Enemy Material
CEMCost Engineering Model
CEMCivil Engineering Manual (USAF)
CEMCost Estimating Methodology
CEMCombination Export Manager
CEMConfigurable Execution Module
CEMConcrete-Equivalent Mortar
CEMContinuous Effluent Monitor
CEMClub des Entreprises du Muretain (French: Muret Corporate Club; Muret, France)
CEMCombat Evaluation Model
CEMConventional Electron Microscope
CEMContingency, Exercise & Mobility
CEMCombined Element Magnet
CEMCertainty-Equivalent Margin
CEMConcept Ergonomique de Manutention (French: Ergonomic Material Handling Concept)
CEMCabin Emergency Manual
CEMConnection Error Message
CEMCommunication-Electronic-Meteorological
CEMCyprus Educational Mission (London, UK)
CEMColumbus Electronic Musicians (Columbus, Ohio, USA; formerly Columbus MIDI Users Group, CMUG)
CEMCenter for Educational Measurements, Inc.
CEMCost Estimating Manager
CEMCommunications-Electronics Maintenance (US Air Force career field)
CEMConsulting, Engineering and Management Co Ltd
CEMCredential Evaluator Module
CEMClearinghouse on Educational Management (now Clearinghouse on Educational Policy and Management; University of Oregon)
CEMCutting Edge Media
CEMConference Event Management
CEMConsolidated Evaluation Meeting (Drug Administration Law of SFDA of China)
CEMClean Energy Ministerial (forum)
CEMCenter for Emergency Medicine (various locations)
References in classic literature ?
This was an allusion to the cemetery where she had been expressly forbidden to go
Under the trees of this cemetery nestled a warm breathless gloom, out of which the cypresses stood up straight and mute, above which the willows hung low and still; where the flowers, as languid as fair, waited listless for night dew or thunder-shower; where the tombs, and those they hid, lay impassible to sun or shadow, to rain or drought.
Then let's have marigolds the little cemetery ones.
I elicited from my servant that two old ladies and an old gentleman had in fact rallied round Miss Tita and had supported her(they had come for her in a gondola of their own) during the journey to the cemetery, the little red-walled island of tombs which lies to the north of the town, on the way to Murano.
Twelve years had passed since I had laid the body of my great-uncle, Captain John Carter, of Virginia, away from the sight of men in that strange mausoleum in the old cemetery at Richmond.
Daisy's grave was in the little Protestant cemetery, in an angle of the wall of imperial Rome, beneath the cypresses and the thick spring flowers.
Dirk and I alone followed the hearse to the cemetery.
It must be stated, in honor of the good sense of the loungers of Paris, that the greater part of this crowd directed their steps towards the bonfire, which was quite in season, or towards the mystery play, which was to be presented in the grand hall of the Palais de Justice (the courts of law), which was well roofed and walled; and that the curious left the poor, scantily flowered maypole to shiver all alone beneath the sky of January, in the cemetery of the Chapel of Braque.
At last he and Albert Price followed the hearse to the cemetery at Montparnasse.
I was attracted by his good qualities; but when the fellow declares that he was a child in 1812, and had his left leg cut off, and buried in the Vagarkoff cemetery, in Moscow, such a cock-and-bull story amounts to disrespect, my dear sir, to--to impudent exaggeration.
l'Archeveque," and buried now temporarily at the cemetery of Montparnasse:--
The two last places before you come to our gate are the Dog's Cemetery and the chaffinch's nest, but we pretend not to know what the Dog's Cemetery is, as Porthos is always with us.