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REC

Abbreviation for:
Racial Equality Council 
receptor
recombination
recommend
recurrent
Reforming Emergency Care 
renal epithelial cell
research ethics committee 
respiratory epithelial cell
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He said:' What happened was that our REC in Cross River did not forward any letter to any of the appointing authorities, did not have any communication with the supervising National Commissioner, did not have any communication with the Chairman of the Commission, but organized a sendoff party for himself on the 8th of August, invited staff of the Commission, invited the media, invited political parties and he used that particular opportunity in the premises of the Commission, announced his resignation, announced the fact that he had joined partisan politics and announced that he has formally joined one of the registered political parties in the office and thereafter he entered an official vehicle of the Commission and drove out to his official residence'.
Given that RECs are notoriously difficult to gain access to for research purposes, [11] the first author initially approached the REC chairs at each respective site to request assistance with the recruitment of REC members.
[11] These national ethics guidelines state that RECs are responsible for protecting the welfare and rights of participants.
Rebecca Ball, creative director for Sunderland Culture, said: "Pop Recs has quickly established itself as an important and groundbreaking venue for Sunderland's music scene.
The solar division of Redington started its operation with REC products and is now one of their fastest growing businesses.
"REC's mechanisms merit considerations, and has been used extensively as a successful market based policy instrument to promote renewables in many countries and which would be relevant in the current legal and regulatory set-up of the Indian Power sector for facilitating compliance with RPO/RPS," he added
One cause of the depreciation of RECs is the current economic condition of the United States.
Finding funds to pay for the use of the ground, owned by Pilkingtons but run by Ruskin Leisure, is proving a huge stumbling block for Recs.
"Larger companies are using RECs to green up their power company-wide, doing it with one national buy rather than negotiating utility-by-utility.
The gist of the argument is that RECs have grown to a substantial level of financial strength and therefore should be weaned from subsidized federal financing.