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CEA

abbr.
carcinoembryonic antigen

CEA

Council of Economic Advisers.
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The CTA second division said the tax assessment made by then Bureau of Internal Revenue Commissioner Lilia Hefti cannot be sustained because it merely used as basis the Sandiganbayan decision convicting Estrada of plunder.
Eighteen subjects with thoracoabdominal CTA by standard technique and high-pitch DS-CTA technique within 6 months of each other were retrieved for intraindividual comparison of image quality in thoracic and abdominal aorta.
In 2016, SAM was recognized by CTA Intelligence US Performance Awards as the Best Short-Term CTA under USD 250m for its flagship Systematic Alpha Futures Fund.
Formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the CTA is a trade organization for the consumer electronics industry.
In 2010, CTA adopted a strategic plan that called the organization to reform its own structures and practices to be consistent with the organization's values of transparency, inclusion, antiracism and anti-oppression," said Jim FitzGerald, CTA's executive director.
Detection rate for grade-1 and grade-2 stenosis collectively by CDUS and CTA is 14(9.
Three years ago the CTA Challenge was launched by Altegris Clearing Solutions, but as of 2015 it is organized and hosted by Coquest Inc.
Over the past couple of years CTA has experienced dynamic growth and has established itself as a key supplier to pro dealers with a wide product range comprising tile adhesives and associated mortar solutions, the company stated.
The CTA is a global project that has attracted more than 1 000 scientists from 27 countries.
This allows flexibility for [gamma] to be larger in the presence of CTA treatment.
The collision happened at a ground-level station in Forest Park, west of the city, CTA spokeswoman Catherine Hosinski said.
First, it is important to note that CTA offers a reductive picture of agency, in which an agent's doing something is reduced to mental items (such as desires and beliefs) doing something.