CAUEConseil d'Architecture, d'Urbanisme et de l'Environnement (French: Council of Architecture, Urbanism and Environment; various locations)
CAUECosto Anual Uniforme Equivalente (Spanish: Equivalent Uniform Annual Cost)
CAUEConference on Advances in Usability Engineering (Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology)
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At the Caue mine in Itabira, Vale saw its reserves of hematite, which contains high levels of iron, rapidly shrink.
O centeio BRS Serrano apresentou a maior altura, atingindo 160 cm, ja a cevada BRS Caue apresentou altura de 56 cm, a menor entre os genotipos avaliados (Tabela 2).
Jerry, Tom, Scott, and Jeff have deep roots in the natural foods, grocery and retail sectors; making them well positioned to advise Barnana as we move towards our market launch phase," said Caue Suplicy, Chairman and CEO of Wholesome Valley Foods.
Olhanense's young midfielder DaSilva Caue put two past Braga in the last meeting and should be hungry to show that form again.
For example, orthographic updating is found in dreary heart for earlier drery hart, and in <v> for earlier <u> when it denotes the sound/v/, as seen, for example, in cave for earlier caue (Gebhardt 1934: 453).
Caue ergo ne de cetero audeas in mei presencia comparere, quod si feceris, ilico morieris.
144-46: "nupta, tu quoque quae tuus / uir petet caue ne neges, / ni petitum aliunde eat.
Galdos, Alvaro Carlos Riveros, Alberto, Miryan Lanca Vilia; Gutierrez, Hugo Andres Trujillo; Abrosio, Carlos Eduardo; Procopio, Caue Lima e Miglino, Maria Angelica.
He used the word in Act 3, Scene 4 of "Cymbeline" ("There is cold meat i' the Caue.
This is the case with the Caue district, labeled in the census as aglomeracao de Angolares, which encompasses coastal communities such as Sao Joao dos Angolares and Santa Catarina.