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CRED

Abbreviation for:
Clinical Governance/Education and R&D subgroup (Medspeak-UK)
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For example, if an investor who rounds up to the nearest $1 spends $3.55 on an iced coffee, the Cred platform will automatically invest $.45 into cryptocurrency.
CRED is part of the University of Louvain in Belgium and maintains a database of international disasters for the United Nations.
"First of all, I was thinking, 'Go for it' but then I thought 'What about the street cred?' "It would have been free Milky Bars for the rest of my life but it wasn't right.
"I don't know if it's done our street cred any good but who are we to turn away national exposure on the TV?
Boston youth have been invited to submit videos showcasing how they are setting positive examples and redefining street cred. One will be chosen to appear in a commercial that will be aired in movie theaters this month.
Data from CRED estimated that a further two billion people were affected by the catastrophes, which left a trail of destruction that cost in excess of 960 billion dollars.
Abbas Al Hajj, the former head of tourism at the Directorate of Tourism in Bahrain and chief officer of Hospitality at Dubai Holdings, will lead the regional development of Sweet Cred and its sister company Sports Candy, the statement added.
Sweet Cred is also the exclusive Middle East distributor of famous football brands including AC Milan, Barcelona, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United.
"We are trying to give the image of volunteering more street cred - and we want young people to tell us how to make volunteering more appealing to them."
Giving somebody a good kicking never has and never will do anyone's street cred any good.
Street robbers often carry out their vicious crimes to boost street cred or are motivated by a sheer desire to fight, according to a report today.