CORET

AcronymDefinition
CORETCollaborative Obesity Research Evaluation Team (est. 2004; National Peace Foundation)
CORETCareer Opportunities in Research Education and Training (Psychology Department; California State University Long Beach, California)
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While recovering after the accident, Coret had an idea for protecting snowboarders, at least while they're practicing.
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XVI." VI.-BH FLL 17257 [edicion bilingue latin-espanol, siglo XVIII, "LUDOVICUS VIVES-CHRISTOVAL CORET"]
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Dos clergues enigmatic: Pere Coret, acuat d'espia i Serafi Llorens, acust de col.laboracionist durant la invasio francesa.
On France's involvement in the genocide, see, among others, Laure Coret and Francois-Xavier Verschave, eds., L'horreur qui nous prend au visage: L'Etat francais et le genocide au Rwanda, Rapport de la Commission d'enquete citoyenne (Paris: Karthala, 2005); Patrick de Saint-Exupery, L'inavouable, La France au Rwanda (Paris: Les Arenes, 2004); Gerard Prunier, The Rwanda Crisis, History of a Genocide (New York: Columbia University Press, 1995/1997); Mel McNulty, "French Arms, War and Genocide in Rwanda," Crime, Law & Social Change 33, no.
Pierre Coret's Defensio veritatis (Antwerp, 1591) attacked the Huguenot writer Francois de la Noue, accusing him of being a disciple of Machiavelli, though in fact De la Noue claimed that he had been alerted to the dangers of Machiavelli through reading Gentillet.
According to Alain Coret's definition, "a coimperium is a regime in which a partial international community exercises certain competencies over a portion of the territory of a third state." (12) The frequently cited example is that of Sudan, established by Egypt and Britain as a condominium in 1899.
Coret, "Mesures de champs de deplacements 2D par intercorrelation d'images: (CORRELI2D," Internal report 230, LMT-Cachan (1999).