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ce·ca

(sē'kă),
Plural of cecum.

ceca

(sē′kə)
n.
Plural of cecum.

ce·ca

(sē'kă)
Plural of cecum.
Synonym(s): caeca.

ceca

plural of cecum.
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Ian Robinson, chairman, CECA North West, and Peter Joliffe Brown.
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Besides being the chair of the Trieste Coffee Association, he also served as president of the European Coffee Traders organization, CECA, and as president of the European Coffee Federation.
The CECA is using the PalmSecure PC mouse as the login mechanism for its employees to gain access to their computers, ensuring that for each PC, only users who have previously registered their biometric palm vein data can log into it, greatly increasing the organization's information security.
Douglas Kell, director of CECA (North East), added: "In the North East we have unanswered questions like how much Government backing there will be for a pounds 300m expansion plan at Teesport and whether a new operator of the east coast mainline will make station improvements.
The 29-year-old Austrian waitress, who court officials in the Tyrol identified only as Ceca B, is accused of urging the man to join the game even though he was drunk.
But the amount of bacteria in the crop is also significant because it ruptures 86 times more often than the ceca during processing.
The other organ, the ceca, is a pouch connected to the large intestine.