CERTAN

AcronymDefinition
CERTANComputer Equipment Resources and Technology Acquisition
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Vieux Certan is wonderfully elegant and perfumed, with juicy red fruits, especially raspberry, evident on aroma and palate; Cheval Blanc is a big, rich, brambly wine with spicy concentration, and silky texture.
Nwadialo and Mbagwu (1991) showed that organic carbon does not influence microaggregate stability greatly when the values of soil organic carbon are low and do not reach certan critical limits.
His appearance suggests a certan cross-fertilisation is going on between the Moseley bands, something Rosie is keen to play down.
Also included is selection of Certan capillary vials and racks, and a standards reference guide.
In a survey he describes, respondents were informed that commonly marketed insecticides and toilet-bowl cleaners entail certan dangers.
In a perfect world, taxing regimes would not influence a decision to operate a business in a certain country or under a certan form.
This preplanting inventory should also weigh how certain plants did in certan sites and which colors went well together.