CUE


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AcronymDefinition
CUEComputer-Using Educators, Inc.
CUECoalition of University Employees
CUEClearinghouse on Urban Education (informational database)
CUEChroma Upsampling Error
CUEConsistent User Experience (Government web standard in Australia)
CUECertified Unicenter Engineer
CUEConfidential Unit Exclusion
CUECracow University of Economics (Poland)
CUECuenca, Ecuador - Mariscal La Mar (Airport Code)
CUECoastal Upwelling Experiment
CUECumulative Urinary Excretion
CUEContemporary Urban Experience
CUECompatible Unit Estimating
CUEColumbia Urban Experience
CUECommon User Environment
CUECommon Usage Equipment (NASA)
CUECommon Unix Environment
CUECommunity, University and Education Purchasing Association
CUECommon User Equipment
CUECouncil on Underwater Education
CUECurrent-Using Equipment
CUECredit, Usage, and Excess
CUECommercial Utility Engineer
CUECommunity-University Engagement (various locations)
CUECarbon Usage Effectiveness
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Specifically, the analyses indicate that altered state of awareness was significantly associated with both positive urge to drink and unusual experiences at alcohol cue presentation.
Therefore the local, medium, and global cues, as well as the control, distractor, and big cue conditions, were presented in 48 trials each.
That's where Samsung CUE comes in: it's a one-stop-shop to everything they are looking for.
5% equity in the WA-359-P Cue obtaining an extension to the current permit end date and other customary approvals.
All CUE Rock Star Teacher events are designed to have low attendee to faculty ratios to maximize learning impact.
The controversy around Cue broke out after Tibken identified "this man" as Cue to the internet.
Cue biologics have the potential to be highly effective as monotherapies as well as synergistic with existing checkpoint inhibitors, while reducing collateral toxicities often seen with less selective immunotherapies.
Five defeats last season convinced many Cue Card, the winner of four Grade 1 chases since stunning his rivals at 40-1 in the Cheltenham Festival Bumper in March 2010, was not the force of old.
It's important to understand that the cue (an antecedent) isn't what causes the behavior to happen.
Editor's Note: "We created Cue as a tool for people who are interested in connecting with their health in a much more direct, intuitive, and powerful way than ever before," says Ayub Khattak, Cue founder and CEO.
The theory follows that the presence of the feature-positive lights will prevent control by the other discriminative stimuli that are present, such as practice cues from repeating the same L-R sequence.
A two-way within-subject analysis of variance (ANOVA) on the subjective position of the target with cue (cue and no cue) and SOA (0 and 2000 msec) as factors revealed significant main effects of cue (F (1,5) = 19.