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Ce

The symbol for cerium.

CE

abbr.
1. chemical engineer
2. civil engineer
3. or ce Common Era
4. Corps of Engineers
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Ce

the chemical symbol for
(Elements & Compounds) cerium

CE

abbreviation for
1. (General Engineering) chief engineer
2. (Anglicanism) Church of England
3. (Civil Engineering) civil engineer
4. (Education) Common Entrance
5. (Ecclesiastical Terms) Common Era
6. (Placename) Communauté Européenne (European Union)
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Ce


Chem. Symbol.
cerium.

C.E.

1. Chemical Engineer.
2. Church of England.
3. Civil Engineer.
4. common era.
5. Corps of Engineers.
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Ce

The symbol for cerium.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Ce - a ductile grey metallic element of the lanthanide seriesCe - a ductile grey metallic element of the lanthanide series; used in lighter flints; the most abundant of the rare-earth group
metal, metallic element - any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc.
bastnaesite, bastnasite - a yellow-to-brown mineral that is a source of rare earth elements
gadolinite, ytterbite - a mineral that is a source of rare earths; consists of silicates of iron and beryllium and cerium and yttrium and erbium
monazite - a reddish-brown mineral containing rare earth metals; an important source of thorium and cerium
Adv.1.CE - of the period coinciding with the Christian era; preferred by some writers who are not Christians; "in 200 CE"
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Translations
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But don't let me talk of misery now; time enough when it comes; ces demoiselles have gone to join the serried ranks of their amiable predecessors.
But the matter is of such importance, that one must passer par-dessus toutes ces finesses de sentiment.
j'en suis bien aise," said Montcalm, taking Duncan familiarly by the arm, and leading him deep into the marquee, a little out of earshot; "je deteste ces fripons- la; on ne sait jamais sur quel pie on est avec eux.
"Ces messieurs-la," said Montcalm, following up the advantage which he conceived he had gained, "are most formidable when baffled; and it is unnecessary to tell you with what difficulty they are restrained in their anger.
N'y-a-t-il pas de belles etudes parmi ces jeunes tetes?"
* Voltaire, in speaking of Persepolis, says, "Je connois bien l'admiration qu'inspirent ces ruines - mais un palais erigé au pied d'une chaine des rochers sterils - peut il être un chef d'œvure des arts !"
[3] Azara says, "Je crois que la quantite annuelle des pluies est, dans toutes ces contrees, plus considerable qu'en Espagne." -- Vol.
lui dit un de ces rats; parlez!' She made me lift my hand--so--to remind me to raise my voice at the question.
Ces jeunes venus d'autres cieux, viennent faire d'une pierre deux coups : profiter de la beaute exotique de ces sites et combler le sentiment de se rendre utile.
Further, CES announced today that it will pay a cash dividend of $0.005 per common share on September 13, 2019 to the shareholders of record at the close of business on August 30, 2019 .
Last year, MOST arranged for 44 Taiwanese startups to participate in the CES, receiving orders and investments totaling US$177 million (NT$$5.5 billion) and eight awards, second only to France.