CEDA


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AcronymDefinition
CEDAClean Energy Deployment Administration (US Department of Energy)
CEDACross Examination Debate Association
CEDACitizen Entrepreneurial Development Agency (Botswana)
CEDACross-Environment Data Access (SAS)
CEDACommunity Economic Development Association
CEDACentre for Economic Development and Administration (Nepal)
CEDACentre d'Etudes pour le Développement Africain (French: Center of Studies for African Development)
CEDACenter for Educational Development and Assessment
CEDACenter for Electronic Design Automation
CEDAConfederatión Espanola de Derechas Autónomas (Spanish: Spanish Confederation of the Independent Right)
CEDAClean Energy Development Act
CEDACentro Ecuatoriano de Derecho Ambiental (Spanish: Ecuadorian Environmental Law Center)
CEDAChesterfield Economic Development Authority (Virginia)
CEDAChurchill Economic Development Authority (Nevada)
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The results from the CEDA package are highly responsive to the input IP (initial proportion) values (Table II).
Still, there is more to this story than met the eye, because of the identity of the CEDA president, Defence Minister Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.
Minister for Health Peter Dutton, speech to CEDA, February 2014.
Collectively CESA and CEDA are the authoritative voice of the catering equipment industry, representing manufacturers, distributors and service providers.
The honour is the latest in a string of successes at the CEDA Grand Prix for CNG.
In theory, CEDA would be used to underwrite the development of a variety of technologies having difficulty obtaining funding on Wall Street.
According to the Claremont Eagle-Times, Grabe told the board of selectmen that CEDA feels as though it's" exhausted all options.
CHESTER-BASED C&C Catering Equipment has scooped the Hotel & Restaurant Awards 2007 CEDA Grand Prix Award for a kitchen and servery installation for Manchester United in the new Quadrants at Old Trafford.
The papers in this and the next numbers of the Australian Bulletin of Labour are developed from selected presentations made to the conference, 'Transitions and Risks: New Directions of Social Policy', Melbourne, February 2005, organised by the University of Melbourne Centre for Public Policy, as part of a collaborative ARC Linkage Grant involving University of Melbourne and Deakin University with industry partners CEDA (Committee for Economic Development), The Brotherhood of St Laurence and NEIR (National Institute of Economic and Industry Research).
La balanza se equilibro en febrero de 1936 con los dos escanos de la CEDA, uno de los agrarios, otro de un republicano de centro y los tres del Frente Popular.
En 1933 la CEDA llego al poder y la revolucion se traslado del campo religioso al politico con la revuelta de Asturias.