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CESISCentro de Estudos para a Intervenção Social
CESISComitato Esecutivo per i Servizi di Informazione e di Sicurezza
CESISCentre of Excellence in Physics and Technology of Semiconductor Interfaces and Sensors
CESISCenter of Excellence for Science and Innovative Studies
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Ellimah further said, 'For us at CeSIS we see this maiden programme as part of a broad strategy of supporting the media in Obuasi to carry out their constitutional mandate since a well informed media is in the best position to support the development of the people'.
Only in Cesis this proportion is equal and in 2011-2012 even inverted and the artistic leaders have received more than administrative staff.
However, for example, Liepaja, Ventspils, Daugavpils, Rezekne, Valmiera, Cesis and other places also have been growing and successfully developing.
In the preliminary investigation, the rate of bilateral spreading at the L5-S1 level was 90% (18 of 20 CESIs) in the central position group and 75% (15 of 20 CESIs) in the lateral position group.
For information on Gauja National Park, go to (www.gnp.gov.lv), on the Turaida Museum Reserve go to (www.turaida-muzejs.lv), on Cesis Old Town and Castle go to (www.tourism.cesis.lv), on Ventspils go to (www.tourism.ventspils.lv), and on the nation of Latvia go to (www.latviatourism.lv).
(7) Mahrz Sahrum (1799-1859), who was born in Priekuli northeast of Cesis, is nowadays introduced as the first known Latvian builder Marcis Sarums (-is and -s are Latvian nominative case endings).
The premium strength light beer - pronounced "Says Who" - was first produced at the historic Cesis Castle and the brewery can trace its origins as far back as 1590.
Born in Cesis, Latvia, Ilze Klavipa, Mueller lived in Germany and Australia before moving to the United States, where she makes her permanent home.
January 14, Grand Opening of Riga Street Food Festival 2017, Winter Edition, Riga-Gauja Region: Riga, Sigulda, Cesis, Valmiera
In Cesis, the one-time headquarters of the Livonian Order, the entire population seemed to be on the streets, walking through the town towards or back from the polling station - many of them smartly dressed as if for an official occasion.