CER


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CER

abbreviation for
(Commerce) Closer Economic Relations: a trade agreement between Australia and New Zealand signed in 1983
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Noun1.CER - an emotional response that has been acquired by conditioning
emotion - any strong feeling
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This inaugural sale of locally issued CERs contributes to the growth of green projects, and is a breakthrough in Dubai Carbon's efforts as a green economy enabler.
CER or, to give its proper title, the Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations and Trade Agreement (ANZCERTA) is more than an acronym.
Those CERs, although not rejected by the NBs, did not completely or correctly follow the guidance for CER submissions as described in MEDDEV 2.
LG U+ and other leading service providers around the world have chosen the market-leading ARRIS E6000 CER to power their gigabit deployments today, while preparing for tomorrow's services through its software-upgradable DOCSIS[R] 3.
The lack of clarity has led to a variety of approaches being taken by manufacturers and notified bodies (NBs) when it comes to the CER process, leading to uncertainty in what is considered compliant.
And this is where CER makes 'good business sense' and enhances competitive advantage.
The fourth annual survey of CER stakeholders, conducted by the National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC), also indicates that the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), the agency charged with overseeing this research, has established its key role in the CER effort.
The E6000 CER is a leading network component of the ARRIS end-to-end portfolio.
The CER said customers in genuine financial difficulty must be offered pre-payment and pay-as-you-go metering facilities as an alternative to disconnection.
CER is one of the few reform provisions in the final legislation that, if deployed properly, offers a plausible opportunity to bend the cost curve while also improving the quality of care.
HCI Editor-in-Chief Mark Hagland spoke recently with Tom Hubbard, senior program director at NEHI, on the healthcare reform context of comparative effectiveness research, as well as on the major industry-wide challenges to CER results dissemination related to the state of healthcare IT evolution.
WPC"), a private Canadian oil & gas company, will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of CER.