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CAdESCMS (Cryptographic Message Syntax) Advanced Electronic Signature
CAdESCaisse d'Amortissement de la Dette Sociale (French: Sinking Fund of the Social Debt)
CAdESCoordination des Acteurs de l'Economie Sociale (French: Coordination of Actors of the Social Economy)
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During his time at DEDO and the newly-created division, Cade has led the states efforts to attract businesses and good-paying jobs to Delaware, keep them here, and ensure that Delaware remains a leading state for businesses to grow and thrive.
I am honored to be nominated by Governor Carney to lead the Department of Labor, said Cade.
Data Source: A study of outpatient CADEs occurring between 1995 and 2005 was conducted using data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey and the National Hospital and Ambulatory Medical Care Survey.
We also found that patients with a dermatologic diagnosis experienced a CADE caused by a drug treating the initial skin condition in 11% of cases," Dr.
At the start of the CADES development cycle, the Laboratory recognized the need for extreme flexibility and scalability of the underlying technology, as well as a need for open standards and components.
A couple of decisions of the CADE commissioners under the new law had a significant impact on the number of merger control submissions.
AmBev is expected to argue before Cade that the increased operational and administrative synergies the deal creates will lower prices and benefit the consumer.
But just as the figure of Cade, for the public prosecutor, loomed darkly into the essential significance of Hacket, so the "meaning" of Shakespeare's Jack Cade, as construed by commons audiences of 1591-92, must have come redolent of the recent and sensational experience of William Hacket.
Race, Gender, and Desire: Narrative Strategies in the Fiction of Toni Cade Bambara, Toni Morrison, and Alice Walker.
It's a shame East Coast writers did not watch Cade this year.