COER

AcronymDefinition
COERCentre for Ocean Energy Research (Ireland)
COERCentre for Organisational Excellence Research (New Zealand)
COERCenter for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research (now Center of Outcomes and Evidence; US DHHS; Rockville, MD)
COERCollege of Engineering Roorkee (India)
COERControlled Onset Extended Release
COERCentral Office Equipment Report
COERCommission on Ethnic Relations (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences)
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The judge had said: "I have to be satis fied the behaviour was controlling, coer cive and had a serious effect on the victim.
COER is described by the Libyan authorities as an engineering academy, but
University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Corpus of Early English Recipes (CoER) (36)
Yeager's second and third chapters showcase anonymous Middle English romances: Richard, Coer de Lyon, a rousing poem about the exploits of this Anglo-Norman hero during the Third Crusade; and The Siege of Jerusalem, a work based upon the Roman capture of Jerusalem in AD 70.
Mais ceste amours qui si embrille le coer por seur, cousine ou fille muet ausci com d'une doutance qu'eles ne calent en viltance et que par teles acointises ne soient a viute soumises : si les en voelent estrangier, ou par batre ou par laisdangier.
The subject of chapter 2 is Richard, Coer de Lyon, a crusading poem surviving in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century versions that relates (and sought to reinvent) England's role in the Third Crusade.
(19) Later, he and his circle would work on developing a witty writing style in their journal Belustigungen des Tierstandes und Witzes (1741-45), which was modelled on the French Nouveaux amusements de l' esprit et du coer (1737) and was meant to provide the public with examples of the best of modern German literature (see Waniek, PP.
In chapter 2, "The Romance of England," Heng turns to the Middle English romance, Richard Coer de Lyon, whose composition and period of textual production runs from the thirteenth through the fifteenth centuries.
Si la revolution de 89 a reussi, c'est que tous les plebeiens qui avaient un peu de coer etaient animes d'une haine profonde pour des abus atroces [...] Tout a coup, et comme par miracle, accoururent au secours de la revolution sept a huit grands hommes [...] [qui] eurent tant d'energie, qu'aujourd'hui, apres 40 ans, la pusillanimite que nous devons a leurs victoires et la position tranquille que nous ont faite ces victoires n'est pas encore accoutumee a regarder en face cette energie.
Pour cette raison, ce n'est pas vraiment la << culture publique >> qui se trouve au coer de ce numero special, mais quelque chose de plus circonscrit que j'appelle la << mise en public >> de la culture (14).
Il est assez significatif que la question des rapports au passe soit au coer de ce grand reamenagement.
(49) Voir CRAL (Centre regionale d'archives de Lanaudiere), Fonds de la fabrique de L'Assomption, boite 3233, chemise PI7/G/7 : Immacule Coer de Marie et confrerie Notre-Dame auxiliatrice.