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CERICCentre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales et Communautaires (French)
CERICCanadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CERICCentre for Employment Relations Innovation and Change (University of Leeds; Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, UK)
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JEDDAH: Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi National Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), concluded his official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina by visiting its former grand mufti, Sheikh Mustafa Ceric, at his home in Sarajevo.
Also, the quantitative method of iodine measurement was adopted, where chloric acid was used to digest the urine under mild condition and the catalytic role, the reduction of ceric ammonium sulfate determined [11].
Bosnian Grand Mufti, Ceric, said that these masterpieces embody progress achieved throughout different historical periods and reflect coexistence and harmony between the various races and civilisations.
Of the three tubs Kohler is releasing this spring, the Ceric is the most minimal.
Weak culture is distinguished by the divergence from collective standards, lack of values (both written and oral) at the university (Antic & Ceric, 2008).
Singh, "Synthesis and characterization of grafted hydroxypropyl guar gum by ceric ion induced initiation," European Polymer Journal, vol.
In addition to nanoparticles containing gadolinium, superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPION) or ceric ammonium nitrate oxidant-stabilized gamma-maghemite nanoparticles were identified in the inner ear using MRI after intratympanic or intracochlear administration [36, 41].
Analar grade ceric ammonium nitrate and acrylamide were used without further purification.
Thin layer chromatography was performed on precoated TLC plates (RP-18 [F.sub.254], Merck, Germany); the detection was done at 254 and 354 nm and by spraying with ceric sulphate and sulphuric acid reagents.
In 2010, in Islamabad, Mustafa Ceric, the Grand Mufti of the Islamist organization The Islamic Community of Bosnia Herzegovina urged Muslims "to conquer the world through Halal movement." (13) It appears that most infidels are content to accept halal certification as a legitimate operation.
Then the sacrificial etching vias were opened by the reactive ion etching (RIE, [12]) and the sacrificial chromium film was wet etched by the ceric ammonium nitrate based chromium etchant.
Mustafa Ceric, the Grand Mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina, comments on how the region's multicultural religious communities were cooperative before the Balkan conflict began.