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- Commander of the Order of the British Empire
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Opens: Nov. 15 vs. UC-Irvine in CBE Classic (ESPNU, 2).
In 2006 Esther received a CBE from the Queen for her services to young people.
I guess an argument can be made that the writer, "Wahib Binzagr, CBE," is simply restating what he read in Dr. El-Bablawi's article.
Sadly, he only got a CBE, which is of no great help when you're booking a table at a restaurant.
I got a CBE, which is a commander of the British Empire, about two years before I was knighted.
The CBE is a very prestigious honor, only a few journalists have ever received it.
This match was a special type of stem cell now called a CBE cord-blood-derived embryonic-like stem cells.
Smith, who is also a director of Norwich City Football Club, said her CBE was a "very, very great honour".
The CBE is a nice event which I think WSU fans would embrace in growing numbers with a return visit.
Captain John Peterson, chief of staff to the commander of the US Navy in the Middle East, had received a 'CBE'.