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GCE

General Certificate of Education: a public examination in specified subjects taken in English and Welsh schools at the ages of 17 and 18. The GCSE has replaced the former GCE O-level for 16-year-olds
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The GCE here is the suffering never ends, and our families feel our pain as much as we do.
With this acquisition, GCE will become the operator of a vertically integrated PGM recovery plant and will be positioned to compete in the PGM recovery industry.
While the preliminary studies are promising, further larger studies need to be done to definitively provide the information that we still need, such as whether it is safe to take GCE daily indefinitely, or whether six months is just as safe as three months.
Mrs Thatcher closed the Welsh coal industry down and the schools stopped offering geology GCE.
Por otra parte, la encuesta de GCE muestra que Chihuahua se ubica en el octavo lugar como la ciudad con la mejor calidad de vida en el pais.
Our section remained in the overhead after the insert to provide over-watch of the GCE as they entered the compounds and established security.
GCE aims to recognise individuals who are taking innovative approaches to some of the world's toughest and persistent global health and development challenges all over the world.
The company has signed a two-year distribution agreement with GCE group, a compressed gas-equipment company located in Europe.
THE current so-called GCSE English examination grading problem lies in the change-over from GCE O-levels to GCSE in 1988.
It is being organised by the club for students who will sit the GCE Ordinary Level examination later this year and those who completed their A-levels.
Why don't we really stand out from the crowd by bringing back the GCE O-level?
If you compare us to Singapore, their school leavers are doing our old GCE O-Levels, which were replaced by far easier GCSEs here.