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cers

[sərz]
(meteorology)
A term for the mistral in Catalonia, Narbonne, and parts of Provence (southern France and northeastern Spain).
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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R&Q has helped many clients evaluate the state of their CERs and provide CEPs to address their gaps.
The project contributes to the isolation of 1,000 CERs (equal to 1,000 tonnes of CO2) achieving Farnek Total Facility Management's emission reduction targets.
O periodo de estudo teve inicio com a obrigacao da delimitacao de atuacao das CERs e das concessionarias de energia no ano de 2004 ate a resolucao normativa do encerramento das atividades das CERs emitido pela ANELL entre 2012/2013.
As public pressure has mounted due to scandals such as the PIP case, the business case for viewing CERs as a fundamental part of a product technical file, especially where clinical data for the device is unavailable, is extremely strong.
Th e use of Scots offi cers in Northern Ireland is part of the UK-wide police interoperability programme.
The other five registered CDM projects were undergoing final verification checks before receiving their CERs, he said, adding the five were expected to generate 198,738 CERs annually.
"Close cooperation between N.serve and World Energy brought a vigorous, intelligent process to this auction that ensured we would attain a market price for our primary CERs closely aligned with secondary CERs," said Marten von Velsen-Zerweck, an N.serve founder and Managing Director.
The primary objective of this paper is to determine whether an electronic trading system can be established to facilitate trading of carbon credits (CERs) generated by CDM projects and whether such a trading system can benefit local industries by improving the liquidity of carbon credits.
According to MEDDEV 2.7/1 Revision 4, a clinical evaluation is defined as "a methodologically sound ongoing procedure to collect, appraise and analyze clinical data pertaining to a medical device and to evaluate whether there is sufficient clinical evidence to confirm compliance with relevant essential requirements for safety and performance when using the device according to the manufacturer's Instructions for Use." A detailed evaluation of the CER and supporting documentation is mandatory for CE mark approval.
And o cers are warning anyone who tries to commit a crime involving the country's borders that they will do their upmost to stop them in their tracks.
Overall, companies have been submitting satisfactory CERs for high-risk (Class III) devices.
He was questioned by o cers before being released on bail pending further inquiries.