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CERTComputer Emergency Response Team
CERTComputer Emergency Readiness Team (US government)
CERTComprehensive Error Rate Testing (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
CERTCommunity Emergency Response Team
CERTCitizens Emergency Response Team
CERTCouncil of Energy Resource Tribes (group of Native American tribes with energy resources, since 1976; Denver, CO and Washington, DC, USA)
CERTCommittee on Energy Research and Technology (International Energy Agency)
CERTCorrectional Emergency Response Team (Indiana)
CERTCampus Emergency Response Team
CERTCorrections Emergency Response Team
CERTCentre d'Etudes et de Recherches de Toulouse (French)
CERTCentre for Economic Reform and Transformation (Scottish)
CERTCorporate Equity Reduction Transaction (US IRS)
CERTCrisis Emergency Response Team
CERTCombined Environmental Reliability Testing
CERTCenter of Excellence for Applied Research & Training
CERTCalifornia Education Round Table
CERTColorado Evolution Response Team
CERTCommunication Emergency Response Team
CERTComposite Electrical Readiness Test (NASA)
CERTCenter for Emergency Response Technology
CERTCertified Electronic Reporter and Transcriber (American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers)
CERTCognitive Emotional Restructuring Therapy
CERTCommittee of Emergency Response Team
CERTConcordia Emergency Response Team (Concordia University; Canada)
CERTChildren's Emergency Relief Team
CERTCertificate/Certification of Eligibility
CERTCrew Escape and Rescue Technique
CERTCommunity Enforcement Response Team (Las Cruces, NM)
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As he pointed to the certificate, that faint breath of air among the shrubs beneath the window, which had startled Miss Garth, stirred the leaves once more.
I am quite willing --I believe I use a legal phrase--to admit the certificate.
They're ordinary seamen dressed up; I don't believe they've a second mate's certificate between them, and they're frightened out of their souls.
All the value which attaches to Pythagoras, Paracelsus, Cornelius Agrippa, Cardan, Kepler, Swedenborg, Schelling, Oken, or any other who introduces questionable facts into his cosmogony, as angels, devils, magic, astrology, palmistry, mesmerism, and so on, is the certificate we have of departure from routine, and that here is a new witness.
You would have no objection to signing a certificate of the fact, would you?
I want you to have a doctor, because you may die any day, and if you hadn't been seen by anyone I shouldn't be able to get a certificate.
I--I intended to try for a certificate as private tutor.
After a student had been in the night-school long enough to prove what was in him, I gave him a printed certificate which read something like this:--
For that little episode of the alleged borrowing, in which he had made his father the agent in getting the Bulstrode certificate, was a new reason against going to his father for money towards meeting his actual debt.
To this it was objected that, if De Witt had wished to act in such a way, he would have added to the parcel, in case of accidents, a certificate setting forth that his godson was an entire stranger to the nature of this correspondence, or at least he would during his trial have written a letter to him, which might be produced as his justification.
Doctor Torello's own note of the case is added here to a duplicate of my certificate, in order (as I am informed) to satisfy some English offices in which his lordship's life was insured.
HAVING been summoned to serve as a juror, a Prominent Citizen sent a physician's certificate stating that he was afflicted with softening of the brain.
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