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CRINECost Reduction in the New Era
CRINECommunity Research Initiative of New England
CRINECost Reduction Initiative for the New Era (UK)
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Crine, "Electrical aging of extruded dielectric cables: review of existing theories and data," IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, vol.
Crine of Marshall & Swift/Boeckh maintains that the continuous state of underinsuring in the homeowners market is largely due to lack of knowledge by homeowners--"It's very difficult for homeowners to know replacement costs," he said--and the insurance industry's reliance on two appraisal methods that lack precision.
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Over past years we have promoted the introduction of a Standard Form of Contract for onshore pipeline construction, written the IPLOCA Safety Manual, and have more recently along with others been involved in meetings with CRINE to formulate a Standard Marine Construction Contract which has now been published.
to Robert Crine, vice president of Marshall & Swift.
For more information go to: or contact Celeste Crine, OSF, Associate Director, at (510) 6521651.
For new construction, the costs in meeting the access requirements are nominal, according to the cost data, Robert Crine, vice president of Marshall & Swift said, "probably not more than .5 to 1.0 percent of total building costs."
For more information go to or contact Celeste Crine, OSF, Interim Director of Admissions, (510)652-1651.
Byline: Louise Cooper Crine Reporter
Political scientist Andrew Crines said Johnson had created 'the character of a likable and trustworthy individual with strong intellectual capital.'