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coated wire electrode

Abbreviation: CWE
A chemical sensor in some clinical laboratory analyzers that functions similarly to a pH electrode. See: hydrogen electrode; saturated calomel electrode
See also: electrode
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Organizations like the CWE meet women wherever they are, and resource partners across the Granite State are stepping up to provide services, mentoring, networking opportunities and assistance.
Minister Bathiudeen was addressing the eager crowds that packed No 390, Kandy Road, Vavuniya on 10 April despite the simmering heat, to witness the launch of CWE's first regional sales and distribution hub in in the country recent times.
Before she and her husband had finished the visioning course at CWE, they had a business name, a pitch, almost everything they needed to start Sustainable Senior Solutions.
“The dedication of these individuals and corporations to CWE's mission is second to none.
Bu diddordeb brwd mewn treialon cwe n defaid gan lawer o ddilynwyr o amrywiol alwedigaethau gyda mwy a mwy o ferched yn dod i'r amlwg.
The Colloquies reappear in CWE 39-40 in Thompson's translation, very lightly edited.
CWE has already begun meeting with key leaders in the state and leaders of similar organizations to discuss the possibility of collaborating.
Roedd yna amheuon a phosibilrwydd fod rhai o'r cystadleuwyr yn torri'r rheolau ond, am wn i, does dim rheolau ysgrifenedig i'w cael ar dreialon cwe n defaid Dull De Cymru.
For the rest, the CWE volumes will be adequate, and certainly will suffice for all except those interested in interpreting the poems as Latin (and in a few cases Greek) compositions.
The CWE project is an international community-developed formal list of common software weaknesses.
Bateman notes in the preface to Volume 50 of the Collected Works of Erasmus (CWE), in recounting the spread of Christianity throughout the Roman world Erasmus "applies to biblical studies the concern with geography that was one of the major interests of humanist historiography and scholarship" (xi).