CERAC

AcronymDefinition
CERACCentro de Recursos para el Análisis de Conflictos (Conflict Analysis Resource Center; Columbia)
CERACCercle des Amis du Cameroun (Circle of Friends of Cameroon)
CERACCouncil of Europe Radio Amateur Club
CERACCentre d'Etudes de Recherches Archéologiques du Castrais
CERACCentrum voor Evaluatie en Revalidatie van ArbeidsCapaciteit
CERACCERamics And Chemicals (Milwaukee, WI)
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Information about conflict events was obtained from the CERAC, a think tank based in Bogota (Colombia) that has three main lines of research: violent conflict, political violence, and violence associated with drug trafficking.
[9.] Centro de Recursos para el Analisis del Conflicto (Cerac).
21, the German news agency Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) picked up CERAC statistics, which said that, during the FARC's unilateral ceasefire (July 20-Aug.
Henry Kam Kah, in the last article, critically examines two organisations (CERAC and JACHABY) whose Chief Promoter is Chantal Biya, Cameroon's First Lady.
Stoichiometric mixtures of [Y.sub.2][O.sub.3] (4N, MTI), SrC[O.sub.3] (5N, Cerac), and [Co.sub.3][O.sub.4] (4N, Aldrich) were well ground and palletized.
10 g mixture of elemental powders of Al (Cerac, 15-20 [micro]m in particle size, and 99.5% purity) and Fe (Prolabo, 10-15 [micro]m in particle size, and 99.5% purity) was co-milled in confined air via a planetary ball vario-mill Fritsch Pulverisette 4 [22, 23].