CREE


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AcronymDefinition
CREECentre for Registration of European Ergonomists (professional ergonomics standards; est. 1992)
CREEContextual Resource Evaluation Environment
CREECanadian Resource and Environmental Economics Study Group
CREECentre for Research in Education and the Environment (UK)
CREECollectif Recherche et Expression (French: Collective Search and Expression; Belgium)
CREECenter for Real Estate Education (Portland, ME)
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The Browns are proud to partner with Cree throughout the year, including their contributions on game day at FirstEnergy Stadium, said Cleveland Browns Randy Domain, vice president, corporate sponsorships.
Cree LEDway Series Street Lights are sold through Cree lighting sales channels.
Cree Confederation says it best as stated in track number three, "Feast for life.
So, rather than have classes study language from a book, Wood has them play games like Bingo in Cree and "Who wants to be a Cree-illionaire?
The folklore narratives included in Traditional Narratives of the Rock Cree Indians are told to Brightman in English, some related to him in Cree and translated to English.
This integrated design flow can help accelerate our customers' time-to-market by offering an accurate and productive work environment," said Jim Milligan, director of RF and microwave products at Cree.
Additional information about SiC materials can be obtained by calling Cree at 919-313-5300 or visiting www.
I thought, `All these people are on there saying what they think,' ' Cree explained when we caught her at her home in Eugene.
Lite-On turned to Cree to provide a significant competitive advantage for products sold into the laptop backlighting marketplace.
The Quebec Cree Nation territory covers a vast amount of land, from the northwestern Quebec border where the Great Whale River flows into Hudson's Bay all the way south to Waswanipi Cree First Nation near Chibougamau, Que.
The Council, together with Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, had met partly at the Tataskweyak Cree Nation Reserve at the invitation of the band council and the community.