CAEN


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AcronymDefinition
CAENComputer Aided Engineering Network
CAENCostruzioni Apparecchiature Elettroniche Nucleari (Italian: Electronic Nuclear Equipment Construction; Viareggio, Italy)
CAENChemically Assembled Electronic Nanocomputer
CAENCenter for Academic Enhancement (Texas A&M University)
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Just 200 Lyon fans braved the 450-mile trek to Caen but eight times more than that will be in Glasgow for the real action.
The University of Caen had annual enrollments of about 250 students between 1440 and 1450.
The 39-year-old Caen, who writes two columns a week -- one for the Examiner and one for its sister freebie, The Independent -- purposely avoids the three-dot approach Herb Caen practiced and perfected.
But it was not just Caen, the venerable San Francisco Chronicle scribe, that San Franciscans of all ages and persuasions were honoring Friday.
Caen was a revered figure in San Francisco, won a special Pulitzer Prize and did not have a high political profile.
Herb Caen, the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist who for six decades chronicled his beloved city with wit, wisdom and gossip - and who himself became an enduring symbol of its charm - died Saturday.
Known as the City of Steeples, Caen was severely damaged during World War II, and yet, miraculously, only two of its innumerable churches were destroyed.
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Caen then lost 2-1 at home to sixth-placed Guingamp but they have bounced back with 2-0 triumphs over Arles Avignon (away) and Havre.
THOUSANDS OF SAN Franciscans paid a final tribute to Herb Caen in ceremonies ranging from a church memorial service that was both solemn and zany to a candlelight march with a Dixieland band.
Billy Dodds has been given an astonishing pounds 5,000-a-week lure to quit Aberdeen for French strugglers Caen.