CERISCentre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement
CERISCenter for Environmental and Regulatory Information Systems (Purdue University; Indiana)
CERISCanadian Education Research Information System (est. 1998; Canadian Education Association)
CERISConsortium for Educational Resources on Islamic Studies (various locations)
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Ceris is totally dedicated and brilliant with horses and is typical of the type of employee all trainers need working for them, and everyone at Ludlow showed exactly the right way to encourage young people into racing.
Finally, a big thank-you to EPDS Racing, owners of Galactic Power, for giving her the chance to ride the horse and, of course, well done to Ceris herself.
Ceris was on a hold-up horse in a 17-runner race and her timing was perfect.
ch " Ceris insists this wasn't a special double-yolker box which can be bought from some shops.
Some of the double-yolker eggs photographed by guest house owner Ceris Meredith
Now, Ceris sells affordable and fair trade African paintings, prints and crafts from her new shop 'Kushinda' in Llanfairfechan.
And I've had a few odd looks from strangers in the street,'' said Ceris.
In Mike Kenny's children's show, set on Christmas Eve, Ceris plays a sad Santa, who's disillusioned with Christmas, believing it's lost its meaning with modern day kids.
``The children in the audience help him to believe in Christmas again, so there's lots of participation from the children,'' explained Ceris, who lives in Barry with his children Rowan, three, and Ossian, 11.
The son of a Barry minister, Ceris took up acting after spending the first 10 years of his career as a computer engineer.