CEK


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AcronymDefinition
CEKCrete (airport code; Crete, NE)
CEKContent Encryption Key (digital rights management)
CEKCuisinart Electric Knife
CEKCentrum Edukacji Kadr (Polish: Center for Education Personnel)
CEKCorps Engineer Kandak (Afghanistan national army)
CEKCommon Enabling Kit
CEKCustomized Education Kit
CEKChelyabinsk Airport, Russia (Airport Code)
CEKCommunauté Évangélique du Kwango (French: Kwango Evangelical Community; Congo)
CEKConstructions Européennes en Kit (French: European Construction Kit)
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A cross section from the center of each ovary was fixed in formalin, dehydrated in graded ethanol, embedded in paraffin, sectioned at 5um thickness and stained with haematoxylin and eosin (MERCK) for histological examination (Cek et al., 2001; Cek and Yilmaz, 2009).
CEK will build from North Portal Chiltern Tunnels to Brackley, and Brackley to Long Itchington Wood Green Tunnel South.
Furthermore, when defining the CEK, you may specify them as either deterministic or random.
Before being assigned and dispersed to the corps areas of operations, each CEK went through the consolidated fielding center near Kabul.
CEK has debated the request at a sitting late Friday evening and has decided that the 76 MPs have the right to stay because of their initiators statute.
The HAN9000 CEK uses a modular design to accommodate the varying needs of different customers.
According to the magistrates, CEK and local commissions have allowed poor organization and their members have been unprepared, but overall this had not led to vitiating the vote of Bulgarian citizens and the credibility of the announced election results.
She said that the Foreign Ministry will immediately inform the Central Electoral Commission, CEK, after receiving these notifications.
Aidan White was upended inside the box by Ozgur Cek's clumsy challenge but referee Kristo Tohver waved away the Irish protests.
Despite heated, late-night debates, the MPs already passed several changes involving Bulgaria's Central Election Commission (CEK), which now has the authority to register parties to take part in the elections in case it finds their leadership failed to meet more than two times, despite the established rules and schedule; the right to schedule presidential elections, when a president has not been elected during the first round, or having some decisions not subject to appeal such as the way of work of local election commissions.
Bulgaria's Central Election Commission (CEK) now has the authority to register parties to take part in the elections in case it finds their leadership failed to meet more than two times, despite the established rules and schedule.