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Cet

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Programs such as CET may grow in importance as welfare reform takes hold and states reach deeper into the ranks of the chronic unemployed to pare the public assistance rolls.
Although the ranges were designed for use with M2/3 Bradley fighting vehicles, the 2d Chemical Battalion was able to adapt target arrays and add elements to the range to closely simulate battlefield conditions that a CET may face in Iraq.
Souza said the contract with CET was not set for a specific amount of money or length of time.
CET has redundant dedicated access to BT's Global Media Network (GMN) considerably increasing CET's reach to the worldwide fibre network.
In choosing Yeruham as the venue for the incubator, CET hopes to encourage and spur settlement in the Negev, creation of new jobs and interaction between the Incubator and the community.
Part 2 electricity for sale to the public lighting 01/01/2016 1200 CET - 12.
CET develops and assimilates digital teaching models, amasses and adapts high quality textbooks and websites and provides professional development for education, including measurement and evaluation tools.
CET lecture: Diabetic eye disease (janelbarker@yahoo.
The mission of CET is to advance biomedical technologies and products conceived at academic research centers towards the commercial marketplace.
follows an announcement in late October 2008 that CET and Think(TV)would consolidate operations to strengthen their non-profit activities.
Linda Ford (pictured), head of education and standards at the GOC, told OT: "All registrants have to obtain their CET points by the December 31 deadline, and confirm them on www.
April 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- CET Services, Inc.