COER

AcronymDefinition
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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Until Libya gave up its weapons of mass destruction programme in 2003, COER
This amounts to lots of activity, scheduled and otherwise, with little time leftover for solitude and quiet," says busy mom Kim Coers of Cedar Park, Texas.
That first issue contained a lengthy cover article on a black singer charged with murder in Washington and a column by Richard Coers who, fearing robbery, refused to admit young black men into their stores.
Without the coers being swelled by that kind of windfall Rodgers' transfer budget will be aected.
30pm that is when the games would be played because football bows and scrapes to anybody who will ll it coers with bucket loads of loot.
During the night, Akabusi spoke on the importance of building an engaged, winning team and helped to boost the charity's coers through an auction of sporting memorabilia and prizes.
But the next [euro]4m will go to the Pro12 and the majority of it will head into Welsh and Irish coers to reect the fact they both contribute four teams to Europe whereas Scotland and Italy provide just two.
e Government's proposal to ban transfers from public sector nal salary schemes was no doubt taken to prevent large numbers of transfer requests (after all, the pensions are funded directly from Government coers and a large number of transfers could place a rather substantial burden on the Treasury).
After lunch an important event took place: the 23 Things course as adapted for Dutch music librarians by Jeroen de Boer and Rob Coers was officially launched: www .
voloir) is rendered `saw'; 100 drus should be `thick of the battle', not `closest companions'; 181 coers fallis is `fainthearted' not `those who have no heart'; 892 pour le quele is `for whom' not `why'.