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CIE

(Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage, International Commission on Illumination, Vienna, Austria, www.cie.co.at) An international organization that sets standards for all aspects of lighting and illumination, including colorimetry, photometry and the measurement of visible and invisible radiation. See CIE Lab.

CIE

Abbr. for “Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage” (International Commission on Illumination).
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The location of CIAR in the midst of Upper East Side and the support given by powerful businessmen made a large portion of the artistic community distrust CIAR as a legitimate place to exhibit their works.
The art exhibits were perceived and interpreted as communal representations of their own cultural identity, even if the process of curating exhibitions of Puerto Rican art was not very different from the ones developed at CIAR.
36) This condition gave CIAR a cooled-off atmosphere.
Since its founding, CIAR was concerned both with establishing its unique identity as an exhibition space of Latin American art, and serving its diplomatic aims of fostering unity among nations by cultural understanding.
Table 2 compares the roles of CIAR and its contractors in conducting the 16 Cities Study described by Jenkins in the 16 Cities Study (Jenkins et al.
Memo to Max Eisenberg, CIAR, Re Augmenting 12-Cities Study.
Proposal Letter to CIAR re use of 16-Cities Data for Additional Analyses.
EPA and OSHA scientific research plan Tobacco industry funds Japanese spousal study to challenge Hirayama findings OSHA publishes Notice of Request for Information on Occupational Exposure to Indoor Air Pollutants (OSHA 1991) 1992 RJR proposes nationwide personal sampling SHS exposure assessment to Center for Indoor Air Research (CIAR) CIAR recruits Jenkins and Guerin of Oak Ridge National Laboratory to front for nationwide SHS study EPA publishes its risk assessment Respiratory Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung Cancer and Other Disorders (U.