ECE


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ECE

Abbreviation for:
endothelin-converting enzyme
evaluation of clinical events 
extracapsular extension
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Given the lack of empirical research on ECE in New Zealand, where then does the notion that the country is a world leader come from?
The data of preoperative ultrasonography and postoperative pathology for the diagnoses of CI or ECE were compared, which showed that there was significant moderate agreement of two methods for diagnosing CI or ECE [?
We were 'insiders' in the sense of already having existing relationships at the centre, which is a practicum centre for our ECE teacher education programme.
Later, Minister Education Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan distributed certificates among successful participants of Early Childhood Education Programme the trained ECE teachers thanked the Minister Education Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan, School Education Department, UNICEF, Plan International and Directorate of Staff Development and assured that they will perform well in field.
Some studies indicate that ECEs who learned music as part of their education (high school, college, university) give more priority to this domain (Kelly, 1998; Kim & Kemple, 2011).
Conclusion: Taken together, the effects of ECE may be mediated by blocking the activation of TGF-[beta] and inflammatory cytokines, leading subsequently to degradation of the ECM accumulation pathway.
It was found that the majority of administrators and teachers have opinion that there is significant difference in the existing status of ECE as well in practices and facilities in public and private sector schools.
Dymax Corporation has introduced a new line of UV light-curing flood-lamp systems called the ECE Series.
Tranche 1 will be completed under the Company's 15% capital issuance facility; will not require shareholder approval or be conditional on due diligence or upon the completion of the ECE placement.
Well-aligned ECE and K-12 reforms and policies would enable states to develop common expectations on what children need to know and be able to do as they transition from early childhood programs to the primary grades.