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CEE

Abbreviation for:
central European encephalitis
Certificate of Equivalent Experience, see there (Medspeak-UK)
contrast-enhanced echocardiography
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Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh also exchanged congratulations with CEEs Ministers of Foreign Affairs on the occasion.
The injury to Top Cees came on his near fore, on which he has suffered long-running tendon problems.
The injured leg was put in a splint and Top Cees was taken to be treated 10 miles away at the Leahurst Veterinary Hospital, where Danoli was successfully operated on after his serious injury at Aintree in 1995.
Balding's association with Top Cees began when he was assistant to the horse's former trainer, Lynda Ramsden, during which time the Shirley Heights gelding won the Coral Cup at Cheltenham as well as his two Chester Cups.
He ran well enough but, fond as we are of Top Cees, he just isn't good enough to win off a mark of 100.
Meanwhile Roger Sargent, one of the partners who bought out Robert Sangster's share in Top Cees last week, revealed that no firm decision has been made about where the gelding will be trained when the Ramsdens hand in their licence in November.
A deal was completed at Goodwood last Tuesday with Mike Charlton, the other partner in the horse, which enables Top Cees to run in the colours of Charlton Bloodstock in the Aldford Rated Handicap.
Top Cees carried the Charlton Bloodstock silks when landing the Coral Cup at Cheltenham this year, but has run in Sangster's name on the Flat for Lynda Ramsden, who with husband Jack retires at the end of the season.
Sangster's son, Ben, said yesterday: "With Lynda and Jack finishing at the end of the year, Top Cees was either going to go through the sales ring or an agreement had to be reached with the other partner.