SNEC

AcronymDefinition
SNECSingapore National Eye Centre
SNECScottish National Equestrian Centre (Ecclesmachan, Scotland, UK)
SNECSyndicat National de l'Education et de la Culture (French: Trade Union of Education and Culture)
SNECSyndicat National de l'Enseignement Chrétien (French: National Union of Christian Education)
SNECSubgroup on Nuclear Export Coordination
SNECSyndicat National de l'Exploitation Climatique et de La Maintenance (French: National Union of Climate Operations and Maintenance)
SNECSyndicat National Equipement Cuisine (French: National Union of Kitchen Equipment)
SNECSecrétariat National de l'Enseignement Catholique (French: National Secretariat of Catholic Education; Belgium)
SNECSyndicat National de l'Exploitation Cinématographique (French: National Union of Film Operators)
SNECSecondary Navy Enlisted Classification (code)
SNECSaxton Nuclear Engineering Corporation
SNECSocièté de Nettoyage et d'Entretien du Calaisis (French: Society of Cleaning and Maintenance of Calais; France)
SNECSyndicat National de l'Encadrement du Groupe Carrefour (French: National Union of the Framework of the Carrefour Group)
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Conclusion SNEC is a rare entity with strong propensity for loco-regional recurrence and distant metastasis.
Vice-Chancellors came and went, goodness knows how many professors were invented for new strange sounding departments, but SNEC ruled and reigned over the rest of the campus with a rod of iron.
Hyams et al, proposed importance of distinguishing SNEC from ENB as their relationship remains confusing and controversial.
Since its opening in 1990, SNEC has achieved rapid growth and currently manages an annual workload of 250,000 outpatient visits, 14,000 major eye surgeries and 13,000 laser procedures.
Nous rappelons que la privatisation de la SNEC (Societe Nationale des Eaux du Cameroun) a abouti le 31 decembre 2005 a la creation d'une societe de patrimoine a capitaux publics, la CAMWATER (Cameroon Water Utilities Corporation) et a la naissance d'une entite privee affirmee creee en 2008 chargee de l'exploitation, la CDE (Camerounaise Des Eaux), filiale du groupe marocain ONEP.
Critical Manufacturing is exhibiting at SNEC 5th (2011) International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition, from February 22 to 24, 2011 at Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC), China, booth number N5 605.
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CAMWATER--to handle infrastructure--remains in government hands, and a reformed SNEC is now owned by a consortium led by Moroccan Water Utility.
This is so because, with the galloping population growth, it has been difficult for the SNEC to offer reliable services to everyone.
presented at the SNEC 4th International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference and indicated that, Ledian Tianwei is proud of setting a record for a 3,000 MTY plant in China by taking only 17 months from groundbreaking to produce the first batch of polysilicon and 24 months to reach 180 tons of poly production per month.
Some church members started a Facebook page titled: "Restore SNEC Camp Meeting 2010 and Beyond.
He will speak about how SNEC's current infection control practices have brought the post-surgery infection rate at SNEC to amongst the lowest in the world, and how they have benefited over 130,000 patients in Singapore.