CPE


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CPE

Abbreviation for:
carboxypeptidase E
cardiogeneic pulmonary edema
cathodic protection equipment
cellulose polyethylene
Certificate for Physical Education (Medspeak-UK)
chlorinated polyethylene
chronic pulmonary emphysema (COPD is widely preferred)
circadian periodicity experiment
continuing professional education, see there
cytopathic effect, see there
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* Seminars, workshops and conferences that qualify for CPE points must be of a high standard and encompass both broad based topics as well as discipline-specific topics
Tuesday, June 19 14 Wall Street, NYC CPE Credits: 8
It can also be added to any Unlimited CPE On-Demand subscription, which is a KVD add-on option.
25 In collaboration with UCLA Extension | Webcast CPE 8 (MCLE 7.5) calcpa.org/TCI
The expansion of the fiber-optic broadband subscriber base is a key driver of the rapid growth in fiber-optic CPE shipments.
CPE articles in Financial Executive magazine are required reading supplements for FERFPros courses.
The last remaining issue is whether we should have included the 30 hours of CPE in the cost of the time investment in maintaining the CMA certificate.
Liling Zhou, Xin Wang and others[4] studied the influence of CPE and ABS copolymer on the mechanical properties of PVC.
These fast-paced audio session recordings keep members up on hot topics, while they earn CPE credit.
According to the CPE, producing first generation' industrial agro-fuels from corn, wheat, beet or rapeseed leads to intensive farming and has very low energy effectiveness.
With this in mind, the European Farmers Coordination (CPE) is warning against a massive turn to industrial agro-fuels [biofuels].