CISCA

AcronymDefinition
CISCACeilings and Interior Systems Construction Association (Deerfield, Illinois)
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That is an act of political courage," said Mathieu Pellerin, head of the Paris-based Centre of Strategic Intelligence on the African Continent (CISCA).
That is an act of political courage," said Mathieu Pellerin, head of the Paris-based Center of Strategic Intelligence on the African Continent (CISCA).
Students could start working certified (trade apprenticeship programs, CISCA) IT networking) at the completion of their high school experience, or work in an industry and attend college at the same time.
President of the 400-member Cast Iron Seat Collectors Association (CISCA), Tom explains that serious collectors prefer cast iron seats because they're legitimate, valuable antiques.
"We were able to enhance our controls by converting from virtually all manual-and-detect type of controls to having exclusively automated-and-prevent type of controls," says Warren Harber, director of quote-to-cash finance at Cisca.
Rem Offshore on Monday also announced that it has secured a long-term contract for another newbuilding from the Mexican company Cisca.
The American Galvanizer's Association (AGA), Centennial, Colo., and the Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association (CISCA), St.
10-14: CISCA's 54th annual convention and Inter Con 2004 trade show, Orlando, FL.
They include the Adult Education Centers, the Back-of-the-Yards Neighborhood Council (co-organized by Catholic leader Joe Meegan), the Cana Conference, the Catholic Interracial Council, the Catholic Labor Alliance, Catholic Youth Organization, Chicago Interstudent Catholic Action (CISCA), Christian Family Movement, Young Christian Students and Young Christian Workers.