KREC

AcronymDefinition
KRECKarnataka Regional Engineering College
KRECKentucky Real Estate Commission (Louisville, KY)
KRECKansas Real Estate Commission (Topeka, KS)
KRECKarnataka Regional Engineering College (India)
KRECKingston Race and Equalities Council (UK)
KRECKentucky Rural Energy Consortium
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As well as steering national discourse on race relations, the director of KREC has also shaped the cultural landscape of Kingston.
At any time point, a normal or insufficient KREC and TREC release (calculated starting from the time of HSCT in HSCT-SCID and HSCT-PID, and since birth in no-HSCT) were defined by two binary variables representing, respectively, samples being over or under the cut-offs of KRECs and TRECs.
Emad Al Essa, CEO of KREC, said, "We quickly realised how rewarding our investment in YOTEL New York was last year and that has driven our strategy to further expand the brand across North America.
Emad Al Essa, CEO of KREC, said: "We quickly realised how rewarding our investment in Yotel New York was last year and that has driven our strategy to further expand the brand across North America."
In September the Examiner revealed how Kirklees Equality and Human Rights Agency (KEHRA) - formerly known as Kirklees Racial Equality Council (KREC) - closed its doors after Kirklees Council withdrew its pounds 100,000-a-year funding pending financial investigations.
The Examiner can reveal that Kirklees Racial Equality Council (KREC) was yesterday 250 days late in filing its Annual Return to the Charity Commission - and KREC, which became KEHRA (Kirklees Equality and Human Rights Agency) in July, had pounds 128,794 in its coffers 18 months before it folded citing financial difficulties.
Kirklees Racial Equality Council (KREC) have launched a project called Ahead for Youth, aimed at achieving human rights, equality and diversity within communities across Kirklees.
Such T-cell receptor excision circles (TRECs) and K-deleting recombination excision circles (KRECs), as circularized DNA elements, are formed during the fusion process that creates T- and B-cell receptors [7, 8].