CRIPE

AcronymDefinition
CRIPECommittee on River Ice Processes and the Environment (Canada)
CRIPECenter for Responsible Indigenous People towards Empowerment (Philipines)
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Watts told Reuters by phone that physicians on his staff determined that Cripe died from a " caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia."
When Cripe joined the company in 2013 as its first chief marketing officer and 22nd employee, the engineer-led operation, which had gained exposure on the strength of its technology, was carrying out little in the way of marketing.
Aligning product assortment with the needs of the community around each store is a high priority for Cripe. When he realized that the Manteno, Illinois, market did not have a strong grill presence, he increased grill sales by adding significantly more inventory to that category.
Cripe said having the contract based on sales is "standard practice" in the lottery industry and is designed to encourage the vendor to find innovative ways to boost business.
Chief administrator: Kimberly Cripe, president and CEO
Cripe brings more than 17 years of healthcare, higher education, and commercial construction experience to Skanska to provide project management oversight, while also developing Skanska's portfolio throughout Connecticut and Greater New England.
Cripe is affiliated with George Washington University's National College of Law.
How's about a good old-fashioned kick in the a**, for Cripe's sake!
Stephen Cripe, the company's traffic coordinator, says lay-offs have ceased and they're ready to hire again to accommodate forecasted demand.
[section]733.107 applies by its terms only to undue influence in wills, its clear statement of public policy, together with the Florida Supreme Court's confirmation that undue influence rules for wills also apply to trusts (see, e.g., Cripe), make it very likely that the statute applies also to inter vivos gifts.
Cripe Architects + Engineers--Indianapolis-based Cripe Architects + Engineers, founded 70 years ago, wanted to improve the way it approaches projects from beginning to end.