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CECSCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
CECSCandle Electronic Customer Support
CECSCo-operative Education & Career Services (University of Waterloo, Canada)
CECSComputer Engineering and Computer Science
CECSChronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome
CECSCenter for Embedded Computer Systems
CECSCentral European Congress of Surgery
CECSCenter for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences (Dartmouth)
CECSCommunity Education Computer Society (Namibia and South Africa)
CECSCenter for Energy & Climate Solutions
CECSCertified Expert Cloud Security (Lunarline School of Cybersecurity; various locations)
CECSSenior Chief Construction Electrician (Naval Rating)
CECSCasualty Evacuation & Control Ship
CECSComputer Education and Cognitive Sciences
CECSCommunications-Electronics Coordinating Section
CECSClosed-Loop Environmental Control System
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Following the firing of the six CECs by the assembly a week ago, the county had only four CECs whose threshold was below what is required to transact business.But in a rejoinder, the CECs through their lawyer Peter Wanyama said the move to merge departments was illegal and should be reversed.
The CECs were sworn into office at 6pm at the governor's office in a ceremony witnessed by Governor Hillary Barchok.
The CECs are just one way the New T- Mobile will invest billions of dollars in job creation and infrastructure in the U.S.
2, Azerbaijan's Central Election Commission (CEC) said in a message.
Constructing a biomimetic corneal endothelium graft with abundant CECs amount and accessible cost budget is a potential way to overcome this difficulty, as in vitro CECs could expand and remain cell phenotype and function in a few passages.[4] Through the years, a number of studies have been done to reduce endothelial to mesenchymal transformation by optimizing culture medium composition and culture substrate.[5],[6],[7] This technique would allow one donor cornea to potentially treat multiple patients.
He said findings by BOL were that many CECs had expressed interest in participating in the oil industry whilst a few were active.
Speaking on the occasion, GCU CECS Director Prof Dr Khalid Manzoor Butt highlighted the need for establishment of more Chinese Studies centers throughout the country, saying that social and cultural integration of two friendly nations was highly crucial for the success of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
He added that the system of political parties is such that the party head controls all of its affairs, especially when the central executive committee (CEC) under the party head nominates candidates for the offices of prime minister, governors and ministers etc.
It then became clear that what he believed, and had been told by all prior healthcare providers, were approximately 10 severe "gout attacks" over the past four years, which were more consistent with episodes of chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS) [1, 6, 7].
Experimental studies showed that the transplantation of cultivated CECs on a collagen sheet can result in the restoration of corneal transparency and reduction of corneal edema [16, 17].
The BoC encouraged its clients to invest in CECS by knowingly presenting false facts as true, the ruling said, and withheld from them the risks such investments entail.