CFER

AcronymDefinition
CFERCertified Flexible Endoscope Reprocessor (Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution certification)
CFERCalifornians for Electoral Reform
CFERCooperative Forest Ecosystem Research (Corvallis, OR)
CFERCampaign for the English Regions (UK)
CFERConsolidated Fund Extra Receipt (UK)
CFERCentre for Engineering Research
CFERContinuing Fifth Epochal Revelation (continuation of The Urantia Book, the Fifth Epochal Revelation)
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In the case of all of the CFER regionalisations we have derived, a commuting flow matrix was designed listing the flows between all possible SA2s, which are local areas that basically equate to suburbs and towns.
In relation to test construct definition, tasks build on previous research in the field and take a step forward, linking the Spanish university entrance exam to the CFER and creating a complete, sound, balanced test that measures up to similar exams across Europe.
Cfer is because C is for cat and Mr Tabby just looks like a Mr Tabby.
Le fonctionnement en tache globale, plus particulier au contexte des Centres de formation en entreprise et recuperation (CFER) oU s'offre la FPT, semble aussi une formule de gestion du temps scolaire facilitante a la differenciation, selon des participants.
George Morran, chair of CFER, said: 'We strongly welcome the start of the soundings process to assess the level of demand for holding referendums on whether to establish elected assemblies in the English regions.
He or she will not, however, have the power to raise taxes under the CFER proposals.
Some, including the American Civil Liberties Union and the interfaith Coalition for Free Exercise of Religion (CFER), have been supportive.
The CFER said later it had received strong signals that transport and skills policy could be handed to an elected North-East assembly, which could be critical in winning business support.
Jane Thomas, secretary of the Campaign for the English Regions (CFER), said the appointment underlined the Government's determination to push ahead with assemblies.
Launching the report yesterday, the CFER's Newcastle-based campaign officer Don Price said: "We are calling for significant improvements on what the Government offered in their White Paper.
The CFER is campaigning for devolution to the English regions following the granting of a Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly in 1997 and the spokesman claimed yesterday's announcement showed the message was getting through to the Government.
Don Price, of the CFER, said: 'The Government has talked about a Green Paper on elected regional government some time in the summer of 2001, but we want a much firmer timetable for legislation.