CRESPConsortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (multi-university nuclear sites and wastes research group)
CRESPCenter for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy (Cornell University)
CRESPCentre for Research on Economic and Social Policy (est. 1992; University of British Columbia; Canada)
CRESPCrisis Response Prototype
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Armand de Villoutreys, president of Perfumery and Ingredients, Firmenich, presented the Lifetime Achievement Perfumer Award to Olivier Cresp. He said that Cresp, who was born in Grasse, the cradle of perfumery, had created Dolce & Gab-bana Light Blue and Angel, among many others, and enjoyed the discovery of new molecules.
"CRESP: Towards Optimal Resource Provisioning for MapReduce Computing in Public Clouds," IEEE Transcation Parallel Distrib.
Pharmaceutical company Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd (NYSE:RDY) reported on Monday the launch of Cresp, which it said is the first generic darbepoetin alfa in the world and the only darbepoetin alfa in India, for the treatment of anemia due to chronic kidney disease and anemia due to chemotherapy.
CRESP FINISH: Hernan Crespo celebrates his penalty success for Argentina last night
COME AND SAV A GO: Javier Saviola kisses his shirt after scoring what turned out to be the crucial goal against Ivory Coast in Hamburg' CRESP OF A WAVE: Chelsea's Hernan Crespo celebrates his opener
ON THE CRESP OF A WAVE: Hernan Crespo may have missed a host of chances, but he still celebrated the opener after beating Maik Taylor; CHRISTMAS ROBBEN: Scorer Robben gives the fans & team-mate Gudjohnsen some seasonal cheer; CHRISTMAS No.1: Robben helps Chelsea finish the year where they began it - at the top of the charts
"Theocracy Watch is a project of the Center for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy (CRESP) at Cornell University.
Toward this objective, the Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (CRESP) participated in three public processes relating to nuclear waste transportation and disposal in 1997-1998.
reproduce asexually by paratomous fission, releasing a single budded offspring at a time from the posterior end (Malaquin, 1895; Faulkner, 1930; Cresp, 1964).
INTERCEP -6.03 [less than].01 SERV 0.91 [less than].01 INFO 1.29 [less than].01 RESPOND 1.28 [less than].01 IMPROVE 0.48 0.27 COST 0.73 0.23 INSERV -0.02 0.74 CSERV -0.06 0.49 RINFO -0.13 0.07 IMINFO -0.02 0.78 CINFO -0.15 0.07 IMRESP -0.08 0.39 CRESP -0.01 0.94 IMCOST 0.004 0.96