CECS

AcronymDefinition
CECSCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
CECSCo-operative Education & Career Services (University of Waterloo, Canada)
CECSComputer Engineering and Computer Science
CECSChronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome
CECSCenter for Embedded Computer Systems
CECSCenter for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences (Dartmouth)
CECSCommunity Education Computer Society (Namibia and South Africa)
CECSCenter for Energy & Climate Solutions
CECSSenior Chief Construction Electrician (Naval Rating)
CECSCasualty Evacuation & Control Ship
CECSCommunications-Electronics Coordinating Section
CECSComputer Education and Cognitive Sciences
CECSClosed-Loop Environmental Control System
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Following the March 2013 events, which left Cyprus with a banking system all but nuked, the CECS issued by the Bank of Cyprus and Laiki were wiped out.
R) Akram Sahi said that AFP taking positive steps for promoting the game of athletics and near future we will again organize IAAF CECS Level-I coaches course for the education of coaches.
Repeated episodes of CECS may lead to compartment fascia thickening and concomitant fibrosis, which increasingly affects the ability to return to its normal state of yield (Birtles et al.
Much of the early research into the pathophysiology of CECS was based on the knowledge of acute compartment syndromes.
According to Joseph Romm, CECS executive director and former acting assistant secretary of energy efficiency and renewable energy at the U.
The issue dates back to the late '00s, when the Bank of Cyprus and now-defunct Laiki Bank issued the first of a series of CECS, an exotic financial product that offered high yields at high risk.
The CECS will qualify as Tier 1 Capital under Basel III.
CECS has added bankers Bill Garnett, Chris Clegg and Brendan Dete as registered representatives of the firm in addition to David Moore and Stephen Smith.
There will also be a voluntary exchange of capital enhanced securities (CECS) through an issue of up to e1/4600 million of mandatory convertible notes, offered exclusively to existing CECS holders.
The Bank of Cyprus has in issue e1/4887 million CECS which are currently part of Tier 1 capital, are Basel III compliant and which have truly loss absorbing characteristics," the BoC said in a statement.
The CECS, which offer a 7 per cent coupon and a conversion price of e1/41.