SEPER

AcronymDefinition
SEPERState Energy Price and Expenditure Report
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Croatian Cardinal Seper, with 13 years, and Ratzinger, with nearly 24, served the longest terms.
Very significant contribution to the development of relations between the two churches was the meeting between Patriarch German and Cardinal Seper in Sremski Karlovci in April 1968, which was initiated by Pope Paul VI, guided by the need for mutual social engagement of churches.
Selling audience online is more challenging than in the traditional print environment, notes Seper, who has done both.
(141.) See Seper, supra note 129 (noting that legislators like Representative Lamar Smith of Texas believe that the "Obama administration doesn't have the resources because they don't want them," the limits on detention capacity that hold them back are of their own making, and that it is "simply not serious about enforcing all of our immigration laws").
(24.) See Jerry Seper, Seized Garments Donated to Storm Evacuees, WASH.
Jerry Seper, FBI Hiring of Analysts Not Up to Speed, WASH.
Seper, J./Sparshott, J., Bank on Hispanics, Hispanic Bank Marketing, www.hispanicbankmarketing.com, 2007
It seems that the fence, complete with its high-tech sensors and cameras, has been built, according to Jerry Seper of the Washington Times, without any consultation with the field agents who will use it.
Article writer and professional audio/video/photograph restoration specialist Charles Seper presents C.S.
discussion again on a Vatican level in 1971, Cardinal Franjo Seper,