CHEEF

AcronymDefinition
CHEEFCombined Helmholtz Exterior integral Equation Formulation Method
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Yet his concern that this imitation, which makes actors of the audience, was "the cheef cause, aswell of many other disorders & lewd demeanors which appeer of late in young people of all degrees, as of late stiff & mutinous attempt of those few apprentices and other servantes" (qtd.
Barnardos cheef Finlay urged Minister for Finance Brian Cowen to introduce a programme of funding for early childhood care and education.
Both the benchmark levels and the sample-based estimates are subject to several sources of nonsampling error, cheef among which are (1) the inability to measure employment in new firms from the time of their inception, due to the time lag between the creation of new firms and their inclusion in the sample; (2) the procedures for handling changes in industrial classification; (3) the quality of the various source data used to derive the benchmark; (4) the inability to cover completely all firms in the target population; and (5) other sources of errors in coverage, response, processing, and collection.