CE

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AcronymDefinition
CEConsumer Electronics
CECivil Engineer
CEConformité Européenne (European health & safety product label)
CEClear Entry (calculator button)
CECustomer Edge (IETF RFC 2547)
CECustom Edition
CEChip Enable
CEContinuing Education
CECompact Edition
CEChina Export
CECommon Era (substitute for AD)
CECurrent Events
CECivil Engineering
CEConseil d'Etat (Luxembourg)
CEChurch of England
CEComputer Engineering
CEChristian Education
CEContent Engine (Cisco)
CECustomer Experience
CESri Lanka
CECareer Education
CEChief Executive
CECouncil of Europe
CECombat Evolved (game)
CECollectors Edition
CEControl Engineering
CECommunauté Européenne (French: European Community)
CECooperative Extension
CEClint Eastwood (actor)
CECenter of Excellence
CECorps of Engineers
CEControl Element
CECheat Engine (open source software)
CEClassic Edition (Toyota car model)
CEComité d'Entreprise (French)
CEComunità Europea (Italian: European Community)
CEComunita Europea (Italian: European Community)
CECommunity Edition (software)
CEChief Engineer
CEComunidade Europeia (Portuguese: European Community)
CECompliance Engineering
CECeara (Brazil)
CECeará (Brazilian state)
CECost Estimate
CEComisión Europea (Spanish)
CEColor Edition (Texas Instruments)
CECapital Equipment
CECapillary Electrophoresis
CECerium
CECommunications Equipment
CEContrast Enhancement
CEComunidad Europea (Spanish: European Community)
CEChristian Era (calendar)
CECollective Evolution
CECollege English
CECommunications Electronics
CEChemical Engineer
CECrystal Enterprise
CECapital Expenditure
CEClasse Élémentaire (French: Elementary Class)
CECategorical Exclusion
CEComputing Environment (Digest)
CECentury Edition
CECost Element (accounting)
CEComputer Engineer
CECommon Emitter
CECheap Edition (cars)
CECircuit Emulation
CECapcom Entertainment (Japan)
CEClinical Engineering
CECritical Element
CECritical Examination
CEConservation of Energy
CECanadian English
CECopy Editor
CECertified Engineer
CEConcurrent Engineering
CEComprehensive Evaluation
CEChristopher Eccleston (British actor)
CECincinnati Enquirer
CECasio Electronics (Japan)
CECritical Error
CECommon Entrance (England schools)
CECapsule Endoscopy
CEChemical Energy
CEChinese Economy
CECurrent Era
CECommand Element (MAGTF; US DoD)
CECase Equivalent (beer industry measurement)
CECanadian Embassy
CECamera Electronics
CECommemorative Edition
CECertificate Enrollment
CECombustion Engineering
CECross-Entropy Method (evolutionary computing technique)
CECash Earnings
CEContinuous Evaluation
CECompliance and Enforcement
CECommercial Entity
CEContent Express
CECorrect Error
CECholesterol Ester
CECombustion Efficiency
CECurrent English
CECurrent Estimate
CEClient Executive (salesperson)
CECalving Ease
CECataract Extraction
CEChartered Engineer
CEConnection Endpoint
CEChaotic Evil
CECell Envelope
CECaserta, Campania (Italian province)
CEClear Error
CECalendar Era
CECosmic Era (Gundam gaming)
CECarbon Equivalent
CEConjugated Estrogen
CECivil Emergency
CECustomer Engineer
CECommon Environment
CECombat Engineers (US DoD)
CEConducted Emission
CECalibration Error
CECombinatorial Extension
CECombat Element
CEChristian Endeavor
CEConstruction Engineers (Canadian Forces Base)
CEConsultative Examination
CEConseiller en Emploi (French)
CECache Enable
CEConcept Engineering
CECosmic Encounter (game)
CECity Executive
CECircular Error
CEComputing Element
CEConcept Exploration (phase)
CEConcept Evaluation
CECapabilities Exchange
CECore Experiment
CEComponent Engineer
CECasualty Estimation (US DoD)
CECentral Engineering (Smithsonian Observatory)
CEChange Evaluation
CECrystal Era (gaming)
CECognitive Ergonomics
CEContinuously Enrolled
CEConceptual Engineering (design phase)
CEConnection Element
CECystic Echinococcosis
CEComputers and Education (journal)
CECreative Editing
CECounter-Espionage
CECompromising Emanations
CEChief Electrician
CEChannel End
CECollaborative Enterprises
CECompass Error
CEConditional Exemption (hazardous waste management; California)
CECopy Exactly (Intel)
CEChannel Element
CECombined Endeavor (interoperability exercise)
CECustom Entry
CECommunications Enhancement (various organizations)
CECenter of Effort
CEConstant Effect
CECapture Effect
CEConvergent Extension
CECampaign Evaluation
CEContagious Ecthyma (orf in Goats; aka sore mouth)
CEChannel Equipment
CECivil Environment
CECivilian Enterprise
CECommunications Element
CECurrent Electrode
CECollision Elimination
CEConcept Element
CEConvert Enable
CEConsumption Entry (process of declaring the importation of foreign made goods for use in the US)
CECurrent Exploitation
CECosmic Encounters (game)
CEConfiguration Engineering
CECommunications Engineering, Inc.
CEChange Estimate (construction industry)
CECounseling Enriched (special education)
CEComputational Element
CECertification Extension
CECommutator End
CEComhphobal Eorpach (Gaelic: European Community)
CEChristian Error
CECatalysis Engineering (Delft University of Technology)
CECommand Entity
CEComputational Epidemiology (DIMACS, SIAM, University of North Texas Computer Science Dept)
CECrisis Establishment
CEComunique Europeenne (French)
CEContact Explosive
CECircuit Edge
CEConditionally Exempt Generator (environment)
CEOffice of Conservation and Renewable Energy (US Department of Energy)
CECyber-Entity
CEAir Post- special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
CECorrection Entry
CEChronometer Error
CECorpo Elementare (Elementary Body of Chlamydia)
CECorps Eligible
CEColegio Cabaña Escondida (Guatemalan school)
CECurrent Expendable (NASA)
CECedar Environmental (Lebanon)
CECumulative Exposure Model
CECriterion for Elimination
CECenter for Epidemiological Research
CEConformite Europeanne (French)
CECubicle Exhaust
CECost Effective/Effectiveness
CECombat Excavator
CECommanders Evaluation
CECollateral Enclave
CEClutter Eliminator
CECoupon Expense
CE(USN Rating) Construction Electrician
CEContents Expediter
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The survival of interpretation depends on the critical examination of what is done, how it is done, and what results from it.
Another change is that the reports now must be filed not later than 60 days after the "critical examination" inspection, rather than within a year; that's a significant change which could prove to be costly because there will be fines imposed for missing the filing period.
"War Without End: The Iraq War in Context" is a critical examination of the long running war on Iraq.
This process requires critical examination of evidence, thoughtful consideration of conflicting claims, and careful weighing of facts and hypotheses.
3 : using or involving careful judgment <a critical examination of a patient>
Ibsen, much better known for scripts such as A Doll's House, Ghosts, Hedda Gabler and The Master Builder, penned When We Dead Awaken as a critical examination of his own life.
Dow Jones Newswires journalists who contributed to "The Skeptic" -- a DJN column that provides a critical examination of corporate strategy, industry trends, and markets throughout the trading day -- will join the new "Heard" editorial team.
Advocating for a greater cultural understanding of minority beliefs in literacy education and a more critical examination of mainstream instructional practices, Li offers a new theoretical framework and critical recommendations for teachers, schools, and parents.
As usual, this opportunity for a critical examination of corporate power attracted not only our own branch members--some of whom had already taken the course but wanted a refresher--but also total strangers who came out of curiosity and decided to stay for more.
While General Petraeus seems to be doing well now, and certainly performed admirably when he was in charge of the occupation of Mosul in 2003 and early 2004, there is an intervening period in his career that cries for critical examination.
Both Catholic social teachings and the different ways health care is organized around the world are discussed as preliminaries, followed by critical examination of the market-based approaches to health care advocated by Milton Friedman, Regina Herzlinger, Mark Pauly, and Alain Einthoven.
I don't see any threats to the church as long as these differences are confronted by church leaders who can make decisions, either by requiring uncritical acceptance of what the pope calls fundamental values or boldly stepping up to the plate and making spiritual and religious decisions that can stand up successfully to critical examination. Members of the hierarchy, the clergy and the laity, with mutual respect for each other, can enable the U.S.
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