CEX


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CEX

Abbreviation for:
clinical evaluation exercise (Medspeak-UK)

CEX

clinical evaluation exercise (an educational tool to assess a student's competence and knowledge).
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For the latter, make providing phenomenal CEX one of your main ethical obligations --not because it will help you sell more (even though it will), but because it's the right thing to do.
What CEX does Is create efficiency, transparency and access to capital in a marketplace which has none of these features".
j] is the spending on CEX item s by household j and [w.
14) Seasonally adjusted national per capita data are also employed in this article for comparison to the CEX.
In sum, although the CEX and the portfolio data involve completely different households and somewhat different data concepts, they lead to qualitatively similar results, namely, that investor consumption is affected by the form of returns, not just the level.
Although the CEX does contain household tax payment information, it omits marginal tax rates.
Because the CEX is a general-purpose household survey and was not designed as a travel survey, it is difficult to assess how well tourism expenditures are reported.
The present research makes use of the 109 occupation categories identified in the 1980-1981 public-use CEX data to develop new occupation classifications considered to reflect differing work-related clothing needs as well as family lifestyles.
The Glasgow store of high street recycling retailer CEX is the first retail outlet to trial Bitcoin as a payment method in the UK
Tina Allen with her son Kyle, aged five, with a secondhand tablet she bought for him at CEX in Cardiff
He ried a bright red CEX shop-branded shoulder bag.
The sports shop, founded by billionaire retail entrepreneur Ashley, will join entertainment dealer CEX, cinema Vue, Phones4U, Costa Coffee and a host of other high street names.