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CEDRICCentre d'Etude et de Recherche en Informatique du CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers; French: Center for Study and Research in Computer Science from the CNAM; Paris, France)
CEDRICCustom Editing and Display of Reduced Information in Cartesian Space (software)
CEDRICUK Customs & Excise Intelligence Computer Data System
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On this singular gorget was engraved, in Saxon characters, an inscription of the following purport: ``Gurth, the son of Beowulph, is the born thrall of Cedric of Rotherwood.''
He had thin silver bracelets upon his arms, and on his neck a collar of the same metal bearing the inscription, Wamba, the son of Witless, is the thrall of Cedric of Rotherwood.'' This personage had the same sort of sandals with his companion, but instead of the roll of leather thong, his legs were cased in a sort of gaiters, of which one was red and the other yellow.
God's blessing on our master Cedric, he hath done the work of a man in standing in the gap; but Reginald Front-de-B uf is coming down to this country in person, and we shall soon see how little Cedric's trouble will avail him.
Pepe said: "I had a long chat with Cedric before I came to Scotland.
An artistic sculpture by Geneva, Switzerland based international artist Cedric Koukjian, of SINCE Studio, has been selected for public display in the Cologny-Vandoeuvres roundabout after an international competition.
Cedric is about two years older than Markus but the latter was the one who graduated and obtained a degree in Business Administration and became one of the managers in a big retail store with a chain of branches all over the country.
GMB activists brought a live pig called Cedric to a British Gas shareholders' meeting in 1996 in protest at the pay of then chief executive Cedric Brown.
Over his 55-year tenure, Cedric has changed what had become an archaic post into a relevant and dynamic role that raises thousands of pounds for charities.
A mile or so down a track takes you to the sands, and once addressed by Cedric, off you go, following his instructions.
Cedric says the eightmile route across treacherous sands in the Lancashire estuary is Britain's most dangerous highway.
"We are very pleased to have Cedric join our Board and look forward to his contributions," Steven Cranston CEO said and continued; "Cedric, a long-time enthusiast of reader applications, understands our mission to protect people by keeping online connections, activity, interest and browsing history personal, private and safe; and that is vital to our purpose and product development going forward."