CCRE

AcronymDefinition
CCRECenter for Collaborative Research and Education (various organizations)
CCREConseil des Communes et Régions d'Europe
CCRECentre for Clinical Research Excellence (Australia)
CCREComputer Coalition for Responsible Exports
CCREClub des Créateurs et Repreneurs d'Entreprises (French: Business Buyers and Creators Club)
CCRECross Cumulative Residual Entropy
CCREConstrained Chain Rule Expansion
CCRECommunauté de Communes de Rémilly et Environs (French: Rémilly and Surroundings Community of Communes; Rémilly, France)
CCRECanadian Council for Research in Education
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The strategy must be working, as about 40 percent of CCRE's closed loans are from repeat borrowers, according to a company report.
The 50-50 venture, the Kinglong Kianshen Xiaoshan Co., is capitalized at US$60 million, will supply bus chassis and bodies to Xiamen King Long, a major bus maker under CCRE, as well as car frames to Dongfeng Yulon Motor Co., Ltd., a joint venture between Taiwan's Yulon Group and Chinese automaker Dongfeng to locally produce Yulon's LUXGENs in China.
Anti-radical activity was determined spectrophotometrically (Robak & Gryglewski, 1988) by monitoring the effect of CCRE on superoxide anion radicals (which are able to reduce cytochrome c) produced by xanthine/ xanthine oxidase (XO) system.
Cisco will play a main role in the development of i-City's infrastructure and services, with CCRE using the network to reduce operating and capital expenditures and provide collaboration, mobility and remote connectivity solutions.
The study's findings opened up a new universe for CCRE. For example, files with high acquisition costs, such as files rented from public broadcasting stations and high-end women's apparel catalogs, showed a much stronger LTV, or revenue per donor acquired.
Speaking for educating the whole person, Raul Hernandez of the Comision Consultiva para la Reforma Educativa (CCRE) of the Conferencia Episcopal de Guatemala (CEG) said the other side represents an "educational policy of a managerial and mercantile character.
That year saw the establishment of the Council of European Municipalities (CCRE) with offices in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland.
Perhaps the adverse report by CCRE identified an initial lack of activity as symptomatic of a centre in decline.
Financial support was provided by research grants from the Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems Program (CCRE) and from the environmental Science Program, Smithsonian Institution.
Industry bodies - such as the Computer Coalition for Responsible Exports (CCRE) - have cautiously welcomed the proposed reforms, describing them as a good first step.
This work was supported by grants from the Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystem (CCRE) Program of the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution and EXXON to E.