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CEA

(Consumer Electronics Association) See CTA and consumer electronics.
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the 27 experienced by the carotid endarterectomy (CEA) patients.
The second major announcement from Journal and CEA staff is that we will be initiating manuscript review and publication fees for the Journal of Correctional Education, effective October 1, 2008.
For example, in patients who underwent CEA within less than 2 weeks of their most recent symptom, the absolute rate of ipsilateral strokes prevented was 18.5%, an "absolutely colossal" rate, he said.
Uncertainties about the future use of CEA, as well as the OMB's overall regulatory review approach, continue to stir sharp divisions among critics and supporters.
Parket Brugge, CEA senior director and environmental counsel, says, "We expect the NERIC initiative to provide key information to a range of stakeholders interested in electronics recycling systems."
The district court then dismissed CEA's action for lack of personal jurisdiction because it had failed to show that CMO was deriving substantial revenue specifically from Delaware.
Once treatment for the cancer has begun, CEA tests have a valuable role in monitoring a patient's progress.
In March, CEA is heading to the New Orleans Home Show where it will demonstrate the benefits of HDTV to consumers.
When introduced via a vaccine, CEA draws the attention of the immune system's T cells.
But CEA's argument seems disingenuous for several reasons.
The gain in policies seen after what geologists are calling the Searles Valley earthquake sequence is a net gain that takes into account new purchases and policies renewed during July, less any canceled policies during the month, according to CEA.
The CEA is active in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies.