CRE


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CRE

(formerly, in Britain) abbreviation for
(Social Welfare) Commission for Racial Equality
Translations

CRE

n (Brit) abbr of Commission for Racial EqualityKommission ffür Rassengleichheit
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On August 11, 2016, two Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase (KPC)-producing CP-CRE isolates from clinical cultures were reported from patients hospitalized at a rural, community hospital in Kentucky; CRE had not been identified previously at this facility.
The Bank primarily finances CRE properties that are located in New York City, New Jersey, and Philadelphia as well as the surrounding Eastern Pennsylvania region.
In this connection, Level 5 or above in English Language in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSEE) or Grade C or above in Use of English in the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE) or Grade C or above in English Language in the General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) are accepted as equivalent to Level 2 in the UE paper of the CRE.
new discoveries), although both can be considered essential components of a CRE (Auchincloss et al.
The CRE funding scheme objectives, duration and amount of funding, requirements, allowable expenses (e.
A CRE loan is used to build or purchase any income-producing property.
In his new role as head of Commercial Real Estate Lending, Kelly will be responsible for leading all facets of the CRE middle-market Lending business, and targeting mortgage investments in all types of commercial and for-rent residential real estate assets.
banks, which have pulled back from some more volatile CRE lending segments such as construction, acquisition and land development loans even as they grow their overall CRE lending volumes: "Many banks remain mindful of the poor performance of volatile CRE loan segments during the financial crisis, which is now reflected in the Fed's annual stress testing and the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review process," he said.
Just over a year ago, a hospital in Chicago discovered a CRE rarely found in the United States--a New Delhi Metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM)-producing E.
In Japan, the bank sold CRE portfolio of EUR700m to Asia-focused investment manager PAG.
We hope WPAs and others will use these narratives to sponsor more conversations about how to best approach 1) integrating (or not) the CRE in their writing curricula; 2) preparing faculty and teaching assistants (TAs) to teach with the common reading text; 3) using the CRE to reach out to the broader community through, for example, service learning, local high schools, and public libraries; and, 4) assessing the integration of the CRE into their WPs.
Patients whose care requires devices such as ventilators, urinary catheters, or intravenous catheters, have a prolonged hospital stay, and patients who are taking long courses of certain antibiotics are among those at risk for CRE infections.