MARCE


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MARCEMiddle Atlantic Regional Center of Excellence (consortium; Baltimore, MD)
MARCEMateriel Asset Redistribution Center, Europe
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There were dimples, a wide grin and a suave and pleasing voice, like Marce's, a legacy no doubt from their singing mother.
In the NGK Series, Seat's Costas Papantonis faces stiff opposition from BMW's Petr Valek and Marce Kusin.
Almost two centuries later, in 1858, the psychiatrist Louis-Victor Marce reported a case in which a woman, in a panic attack because she did not know she was pregnant, killed her own newborn baby.
Marce, "Sampling and pre-concentration techniques for determination of volatile organic compounds in air samples," TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, vol.
(7.) Comoy EE, Casalone C, Lescoutra-Etchegaray N, Zanusso G, Freire S, Marce D, et al.
Zoltan, dad to Marce, 10, and seven-year-old Liza, began his musical career in the early 1990s, performing in rural Hungarian discos with a rap band called Enemy Squad.
The distribution of gift bags was led by Magellan Solutions Outsourcing Inc.'s Culture Committee members Misses Irene Marce and Roslyn Ong, both from Human Resources Department.
When Spain's new prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, violated his campaign promise not to increase the top Value-Added Tax (VAT) rate and instead increased it to 21 percent last summer, Quim Marce knew he was in trouble.
"We went public last summer with the MARCE and ZAC properties.
"[T]he official journal of the International Association for Women's Mental Health (IAWMH), the Marce Society and the North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology (NASPOG).
La trascendencia de los personajes ficticios en la novela es bien descrita por Jimenez Marce:
Xevi Marce, Director of FCBEscola, said during the launch, "This is one of the most ambitious projects for FCBEscola worldwide.