TCE

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AcronymDefinition
TCEThe Canadian Encyclopedia
TCETri-County Electric (various locations)
TCETrichloroethylene (CAS Number 79-01-6)
TCETax Counseling for the Elderly
TCETetrachloroethylene
TCETrichloroethane
TCETraité Constitutionnel Européen (French: European Constitutional Treaty)
TCETime Charter Equivalent (oil tankers' pricing units)
TCETangible Common Equity (Financial Ratio)
TCEThe California Endowment (Los Angeles, CA; est. 1996)
TCEThird Color Experiment
TCETransit Connection Element
TCETranscoding Equipment
TCETightly Coupled Event
TCETiming Chain End
TCETraffic Capture Engine
TCETurbo Control Efficiency
TCETexas Cooperative Extension
TCETotal Customer Experience
TCETransaction Cost Economics
TCETesting Center of Excellence (software development)
TCETrue Combat Elite (gaming)
TCEThomson Consumer Electronics
TCEThermal Coefficient of Expansion
TCEThe Chemical Engineer (journal of the Institute of Chemical Engineers)
TCETemperature Control Element (medical equipment)
TCETous Corps d'Etat
TCEThe Chemistry Experiment (band; UK)
TCETechnical Continuing Education
TCETemporary Construction Easement
TCEThe Common Enterprise (San Antonio, TX)
TCETokyo College of Environment (Tokyo, Japan)
TCETemperature Coefficient of Expansion
TCEThreshold-Crossing Event (US NASA)
TCETraditional Cultural Expression
TCETonne of Coal Equivalent
TCETechno-Classica Essen (German car show)
TCETreasury Communications Enterprise
TCEThe Creative Exchange
TCEThermal Canister Experiment (US NASA)
TCETrichlorothylene
TCEThermal Control Electronics
TCETraining Center Evaluator
TCETechnical Computing Environment
TCETelecommand Encoder
TCETray Carton Equivalent (18kg box of fresh fruit)
TCETrinity Church Eindhoven (Netherlands)
TCETerre Ciel Energies (French: Earth Sky Energy; France)
TCETranscoder Equipment
TCETraditional Church of England
TCETerminal Control Equipment
TCEThermal Conditioning Electronics
TCETranslation Candidate Evaluation (part of Generate-And-Repair Machine Translation)
TCETotal Cutaneous Examination
TCETwin City Elementary School (various locations)
TCETransportation Command Element
TCETest Cost Estimate
TCETactical Command and Control Element
TCETreasury Communications Environment
TCEToxic Carpet Emissions
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Contractor name : MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE "PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT OF THE COMMON ENTERPRISE"
The surer way to increase turnout is to strengthen civics knowledge and education among the young, leading to greater citizen participation in the common enterprise of governance.
Session leaders will include Bill Patrie of the Common Enterprise Development Corporation, Margaret Bau of USDA Rural Development and Anne Reynolds of the UW Center for Co-ops, among others.
From 1995 through 2008, he was the founding president of The Common Enterprise, created by the Rockefeller Foundation as a full-service management consulting firm to help improve the operations of nonprofit organizations.
Europeans provided institutional and intellectual support for the common enterprise, but the primary impetus for mass movements and conversion came from Indians themselves.
Any school of thought, whether it be religious or secular, will by its very institutional nature demand loyalty to itself first over "the common enterprise of promoting human community," (15) which was Edward Said's repeated and preeminent concern.
SPEAKING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA RECENTLY, NEW YORK University President John Sexton delivered a lecture entitled, "The Role of Faculty in the Common Enterprise University." Before I go further, I entreat readers to review the address firsthand at www.
If Henri IV was not the providential figure whom contemporaries (and some modern scholars) saw as rescuing France from the Wars of Religion single-handedly, he was an extremely effective king who learned to work with the royal magistrates in the common enterprise of restoring peace and prosperity to the French people.
At the time, I was helping the Rockefeller Foundation put together the Common Enterprise, a new community-building initiative.
Founded in 1995, The Common Enterprise is a community problem-solving group that encourages community participation in local decision-making.
For those physician executives who, through inappropriate collegiality, endanger the common enterprise, the words of Harry Truman are appropriate: "If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen."
Gerzon, a former Sixties idealist, is co-founder of the Rockefeller Foundation project "The Common Enterprise," a network of community-building efforts to find common ground.