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AcronymDefinition
SCATEStudents Concerned about the Environment (est. 1987; Central College; Pella, IA)
SCATESulfur Chemistry in the Antarctic Troposphere Experiment
SCATEState of California Association of Teacher Educators
SCATESouth Carolina Association of Teacher Educators
SCATESimulated Computer Assisted Teaching Environment (SCATE® Technologies, Inc.)
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Delphi's methods are the cutting edge of advanced techniques in CAD/CAM," said Stephen Sadler, chief executive officer of SCATE.
By becoming a CAA V5 Adopter, SCATE has gained access to the complete CATIA([R]) V5 development environment and all of the tools and support needed to ensure seamless integration with CATIA([R]) V5," said Steve Sadler, SCATE([R]) President and CEO.
Scates does us a service in using fiction to record what as a historian he knows but cannot otherwise document.
Scates has won numerous awards for her individual poems and for her collections "Toluca Street" and "Black Loam.
Scates is California's only representative at a conference this weekend in Las Vegas, where she's speaking to the National Institute of Crime Prevention about the city's Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design program.
The home side started brightly but the visitors gradually took the upper hand, and took the lead on 27 minutes when Scates ran onto John O'Loughlin's through ball, and calmly rounded the 'keeper before slotting home with his left foot.
Dr Scates says this was because there is a revival in the fascination in the experience of war, and the role it has played in defining Australian identity.
They have been flying so far this season, and while we don't know much about them yet we'll have a look this week and see what we're up against," Scates told Bangor TV.
In "Clean," Scates gives the best picture of a father once looked up to, who took her with him to his workplace at the "Water and Power yard," remembering ".
In his chapter for Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill's Radical Sydney, Bruce Scates discusses reading and the radical cultures of the late nineteenth century (reiterating an argument from his own A New Australia).
Maybe Mark Picking and Garth Scates could have shown more composure in their finishing, but I can't ask for much more.
BALLYMENA UNITED: Robinson 7, Byrne 7, Boyd, 6, Watson 7, Donaghy 7, Marks 6, Scates 7, Kearney 6, Campbell 6, Jemson 6, Evans 7.