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CFE

abbreviation for
1. (Education) College of Further Education
2. (Military) Conventional Forces in Europe: negotiations between NATO and the Warsaw Pact to reduce conventional forces located between the Atlantic and the Urals
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CFE

(Brit) abbr of college of further educationWeiterbildungseinrichtung f
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In recent decades, this region of Durango has also been supported by multi-investor international funds, such as the Transforming Management of Biodiversity-rich Community Production Forests project (GEF 2018), which has an overarching objective of implementing biodiversity conservation while improving operations and profitability of CFEs, and the Forest Investment Program (FIP), which supported training, learning exchanges, technical support, and loans for improved equipment.
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As mentioned in section 3.2, CFCVE primarily focuses on internode CFEs. An internode CFE falls into one of the following two cases:
Carbon fiber electrodes (CFEs) can allow for electrochemical monitoring in short-time domains and recording of neuronal activity in real time [21, 22].
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The 2014 Report to the Nations includes data compiled from 1,483 cases of fraud submitted by CFEs globally.
In ACFE's 2014 Report to the Nations, findings showed that organisations employing CFEs within their governance, risk management and control structures can reduce the impact and lifetime of frauds by half.
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