CLET

AcronymDefinition
CLETCertified Law Enforcement Trainer
CLETCenter for Language and Educational Technology (Thailand)
CLETCanadian Law Enforcement Training
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14) Although it is currently the most commonly used substrate in the clinical application of CLET, HAM has certain disadvantages including biological instability, lack of standardized preparation protocols, and a theoretical risk of infection.
After achieving hemostasis via cauterization, the ocular surface is ready for CLET (Figure 5d).
One other CLET tip: The CLET refill pump comes with a nipple.
DEP'T OF JUSTICE, CLETS 2008 STRATEGIC PLAN [section] 2.
I'd also like to thank Alexandra Lampert for her excellent research assistance on CLETS and the other members of the Primer research team who helped me better substantiate some of the legal and regulatory issues in data sharing: Che Banjoko, Masha Hansford, Jacob Russell, and Rebecca Weber.
The district had conducted the CLETS screens on candidates for nonteaching positions, using computers already installed in the district's police headquarters.
However, Lungren said all schools, not just those in Los Angeles, are barred from examining applicants through CLETS because of a potential invasion of privacy.
The Al Ain game was always the one the Clets had targeted and, although disappointed by the previous defeat, they had plenty of positives to build on.
4% of the men surveyed at CLETS during the period ranging from 2009 to 2010 were infected with HIV and that 19.
Most school districts have not been using CLETS and therefore are not affected by Lungren's interpretation of the law.
Tenders are invited for Provision Of Cisco ASR 1000 Class parts for CLETS Infrastructure Development