CPCE


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AcronymDefinition
CPCECertified Professional Catering Executive
CPCECommunity of Protestant Churches in Europe (Vienna, Austria)
CPCECounselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination
CPCECyril Potter College of Education (Guyana)
CPCEChannel Partners Conference & Expo
CPCECode des Postes et Communications Électroniques (French: Postal and Electronic Communications)
CPCECanberra Packard Central Europe GmbH (est. 1987; various locations)
CPCECentre de Préparation aux Concours Européens (French: European Competition Preparation Center; education)
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By partnering with CPCE, PDLN is bridging a period of transition for the Open Badge movement.
Anales del 19 Congreso Nacional de Profesionales en Ciencias Economicas, CPCE.
1) in the infrared spectrum of monomer MPCE, PPCE, and CPCE.
De esta manera, el objetivo de este trabajo es identificar las estrategias de pensamiento constructivo que utilizan los estudiantes universitarios, medido a traves del CPCE.
31) As of 2009, there were 105 member churches of the CPCE (CEPE [Communion d'Eglises Protestantes en Europe], Focus, no.
CPCe is a Windows-based program that provides a tool for the determination of coral cover and diversity using transect photographs and the random point count method.
How do counselors' scores on the social and cultural foundations knowledge domain of the CPCE compare with their scores on the seven other knowledge domains?
He paid glowing tributes to the efforts of Chairman NAB to eradicate corruption, hailed MOU with China to ensure transparency in CPCE and offered unconditional cooperation to him.
The EBF representatives appreciated the concern the CPCE expressed over so-called rebaptism, but were unable to guarantee the abandonment of this practice by all of the churches of the EBF.
Second, CPCE is also well-suited to represent the college's three core competency areas: logistics, acquisition, and operations research.
The latter two were written by Wilhelm Huffmeier, who was at the helm of the Leuenberg movement (now called CPCE, the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe) for many years.