CEIN

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CEINCanadian Eco-Industrial Network
CEINCamden Elderly Irish Network (Ireland)
CEINCentre of Excellence in Integrated Nanotools (Faculty of Engineering; University of Alberta; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
CEINContract End Item Number
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Inspired by retro cop shows, the six-part series centres on the fictional Justice City Police Department and is described by series creators Cein McGillicuddy and Andy Kinnear as "a huge American-style metropolis, made up of old-school crime capers and outrageous villains, but with a quirky British twist".
Fo Philip Hammond, an Runaire Cein ur, tha Breatainn a' coimhead traidiseanta agus feinbhuannachdail.
The conference was organised by iSOCO within the framework of the Digital Response project promoted by the Navarrese Government and coordinated by the CEIN with the aim of favouring the incorporation of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the region's companies, improving the training of ICT professionals and boosting the competitiveness of the industry.
Asi pues, se recurrio a grupos que de forma natural utilizan la metodologia bits-manipulativa (grupo BiMa) y grupos que utilizan los centros de interes a traves de materiales editados (grupo CeIn).
Using the experimental value cein = 10 (obtained with GNU Fortran, but consistent with the usual implementations), we can conclude that, for [epsilon] [less than or equal to] 0.01 (i.e., [tau] [less than or equal to] 0.0064), the size of the ratio C(n, [epsilon])/N remains constant up to degrees of the order of hundreds, that is in practical applications the computational cost can be considered linear in the number N of Xu points.
Among the grants are pounds 100,000 for St Cein's Church in Llangeinor, Bridgend and pounds 90,000 for St Catwg's Church in Gelligaer,Caerphilly.
*tasko-/*tazgo-), as in the hero Tadhg mac Cein, whom Mac an Bhaird 1980 has shown to be specifically associated with badgers.
Companies mentioned include CSCO, LU, MOT, NT, QCOM, TLAB, ERICY, NOK.A, ALA, COMS, ASND, CEIN, WCOM, T, TXCC, ADTN.
Galway's Cein D'Arcy with Cormac Costello of Dublin
Ceinwen, known as Cein to her friends and family, met her husband Stan in 1928 at an exhibition at the old Drill Hall.
Grants range from pounds 2,000 for Condover House in Llandudno to pounds 100,000 for St Cein's Church, Llangeinor, bridgend, pounds 90,000 for St Catwg's Church, Gelligaer, Caerphilly and pounds 87,000 for the Zion Free Church in Pembroke Dock.
Councillor Paul Cein, executive member for education, said: