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Coe

Sebastian, Baron. born 1956, English middle-distance runner and Conservative politician: winner of the 1500 metres in the 1980 and 1984 Olympic Games; holds 1000 m record; held records at 800 m, 1500 m, and a mile: member of parliament (1992--97)
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The Latvian parliament also passed in the final reading the bill confirming the increase in the number of personnel posted to the NATO StratCom COE by the Lithuanian Defense Ministry.
COE currently leases 127,000 square feet of warehouse space at the Franklin Commercial Park in Smock, PA, and an additional 60,000 square feet in Uniontown.
A COE is much more than a functional area within a company since they combine personnel from operations, finance, procurement, human resources, IT and research and fold the associated assets into an integrated business unit.
These include the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence COE (NATO CCDCOE) and the NATO Command and Control COE (C2 COE).
The COE and HI DOT have different approaches to the collection of international versus domestic cargo flow data.
The focus of the accepting institution will be upon commonalities of courses and programs," says COE President Dr.
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SEB COE sat in the audience as Dick Pound delivered his damning verdict on the organisation that the British track legend now leads.
SEB COE last night insisted the build-up to the 2012 Olympic Games begins next year when Birmingham hosts the European Indoor Championships.