CAREL


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CARELCentre Audiovisuel de Royan pour l'Etude des Langues (French: Royan Audiovisual Center for the Study of Languages; Royan, France)
CARELCaisse de Retraite des Élus Locaux (French: Pension Fund of Local Officials)
CARELComputer-Aided Reliability Evaluator
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Carel also pulled out his service firearm, aimed it at the boyfriend's head and threatened to shoot him.
The Lancaster County plant is one of seven CAREL production facilities worldwide producing hardware and software to control air-conditioning and refrigeration systems.
Barbara was instrumental in arranging the major Carel Weight exhibition at Abbott Hall in Kendall, entitled Carel Weight, Anne McEntengart: Paintings in early 1986, and in Olwyn she found someone who was dedicated to the tradition of the artist plantsman.
Carel, director and senior consultant at Newcastle-based Imvelo environmental consultancy and training, recognised from a young age that a science and technology career could be about much more than test tubes and laboratories.
London, United Kingdom, January 30, 2016 --(PR.com)-- CAREL have been awarded the 2016 AHR Expo Innovation Award for the Refrigeration category for their HEOS system solution.
after the painting by Carel Fabritius & the novel by Donna
The Patersons are avid sailors and have entered their 16-year-old Carel 45 in the majority of major Victorian offshore races for years, including putting in a regular appearance at Australia's oldest keel boat event, currently known as Festival of Sails, each January.
Despite having always recommended them in my previous advisory capacity in a Schools Library Service, we did not actually subscribe to the Complete Issues package from Carel Press (www.carelpress.co.uk/cip 99.95 [pounds sterling]).
The novel opens with Theo Decker, a 13-year-old New Yorker, narrating the aftermath of a terrorist attack at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that left his lovely mother dead and him in secret possession of a valuable painting, 17th-century Delft master and Rembrandt pupil Carel Fabritius's portrait of a yellow finch.
A CONCERT by renowned performer Carel Kryenhof from the Netherlands, who plays the bandoneon, an instrument common in tango musical performances, is slated to be held at Qatar National Theatre on April 29.
Ruairi Keating set up Carel Tiofack to double Harps' lead three minutes into the second-half.