WCRE

AcronymDefinition
WCREWorld Council for Renewable Energy
WCREWorking Conference on Reverse Engineering
WCREWomen in Commercial Real Estate (professional organization)
WCREWorld Congress on Refractive Error (International Centre for Eyecare Education)
WCREWork Center Responsible for Equipment
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"We've been in this cycle for several years at this point, with steady growth supported by strong fundamentals," said Jason Wolf, founder and managing principal of WCRE. "The financial markets and political climate have been somewhat less predictable, but commercial real estate has performed very reliably, and we believe will continue to do so."
Verissimo, "Reverse engineering of protocols from network traces," in Proceedings of the 18th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (WCRE '11), pp.
A study of consistent and inconsistent changes to code clones, In 14th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (WCRE 2007), 170-178.
Percentage results wcre transformed to arcsine before ANOVA but only untransformed means are presented.
"Some vendors wcre unable to submit to us what was obviously very new products in time to make their test slots.
To synthesize labeled cDNA, reverse transcription reactions wcre carried out using 3 [micro]g of mRNA as described previously (Perou et ah 2(/00; Troester et al.
Keeley and Koski (2001) also reported that Livingston provided superior drought resistance in Colorado while common-type genotypes such as South Dakota Certified and Kenbluc wcre among the poorest, which contradicts earlier reports by Dernoeden and Butler (1978).
Species identifications, based on cyt-b data, wcre made by using distance-based cluster analyses in PAUP v4.0b2 (Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony, version 4, Sunderland, MA) and pairwise comparisons of sequence divergence (i.e., the number of nucleotide differences between two individuals expressed as a percentage).
Although the results of air sampling wcre negative, dust samples grew 34.7 million CFU/g (20).
Malcolm Budd, Department of Philosophy, University College London, Gower Street, London WCrE 6BT, UK.