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kbe

abbreviation for keyboard entry.
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KACTE received additional feedback at the April 2011 KBE meeting, and President Talley consulted with Associate Commissioner Draut several times.
KBE rode an early wave of home rebuilding and window replacement in Eastern Europe.
The computational model behind KBE is based on a language tailored for capturing engineering rules.
Corporate experience with the problem of interactions led to the next major objective of the KBE system: to give as much importance to system integration as to component design.
Form-feature machining is typically used as a base building block for generative machining and KBE.
A: KBE invests significant resources in market research to ensure that the products that are imported appeal to the Western consumer.
The four "pillars" are education at all levels, capacity of all forms of innovation, information and communication technologies as well as business climate, Aubert pointed out on the second and last day of the conference on KBE, organized by the National Economic and Social Council (CNES).
For more than 20 years, the engineering world has been dominated by Computer Aided Engineering - CAD/CAE - but it is predicted that KBE, and supporting technologies such as 'solid modelling' and 'analytical prototyping', will become the prime means of industrial product design and development by 2010.
The gang's scheme centred around a construction firm set up by Keith Burke in Aintree, called KBE Engineering.
McIlwraith claimed to have won the KBE, DSO and MC - and wore so many decorations some said he looked like a Christmas tree.
Because he is not a British national, Mr Ghosn will not be able to use the title "Sir", but becomes Carlos Ghosn KBE.
Mr Giuliani, 56, declared himself "very excited and very humbled" after the investiture at which he received the insignia of a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire which entitles him to use KBE after his name.