Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Committee for Economic Development

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  • Committee or Center for Economic Development
  • Cambridge Electronic Design
  • Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc.
  • Council for Entrepreneurial Development
  • Computer Education and Design
  • Capacitance Electronic Discs
  • College of Environmental Design
  • Christian Engineers in Development
  • Centre for Education and Documentation
  • Community Economic Development
  • Counseling and Educational Development
  • Chemical Exchange Directory
  • Centre for Executive Development
  • Civil Engineering Department
  • Council on the Education of the Deaf
  • Centre for Educational Development
  • Canada Economic Development
  • California Environmental Dialogue
  • Collins English Dictionary
  • Consolidated Energy Design
  • Community and Economic Development
  • Cooperative Education Division
  • Cultural Entomology Digest
  • CONNECT: Entrepreneur Development

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Examples

  • The study found that "There is no conclusive medical evidence in the current body of research literature that indicates a high risk of serious injury or death to humans from the direct or indirect cardiovascular or metabolic effects of short-term CED exposure in healthy, normal, nonstressed, nonintoxicated persons."

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  • Alberta tested all there TASERs about 2 months ago, The solicitor general had all municipal police services test the TASER or "CED"

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  • NINDS will deliver IL-13, in conjunction with a surrogate marker via NINDS 'patented methodology of Convection Enhanced Delivery ( "CED"), which was previously licensed to NeoPharm.

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  • The first is Creative Every Day 2010 by Leah Piken Kolidas (which from here on out will be referred to as CED 2010).

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • A new report from CED, This Way Down to a Debt Crisis, describes several alternative plausible ways in which the nation might blunder into a full-blown debt meltdown, and what the chilling consequences could be:

    Joe Minarik: What Would a Genuine Budget Crisis Look Like?

  • It was the first full week of the CED challenge, and it was also the first full week of work after the shortened weeks of the holidays.

    Creative Every Day, Part 2 « Looking for Roots

  • Tuesday, January 6, 2009 random pics 'cause my mom asked for them. me looking goofy at swear in all of CED (community economic development) program at our last training

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • In 2006 the Committee for Economic Development CED invited me to revisit three "gold-standard programs" of high-quality early education to determine what made them so effective.

    Ellen Galinsky: Ask the Students: Their Wise Wishes for Improving Education

  • Kangas spoke at the National Press Club in Washington last week on a panel organized by the policy group Committee for Economic Development (CED), for which he is a trustee.

    Rob Walton: Campaign Finance and the U.S.'s Corruption Perception Problem

  • According to a new CED poll conducted by Zogby International, nine out of ten business leaders surveyed said their contributions were aimed at influencing the legislative process, avoiding adverse legislative consequences, or promoting a certain ideological position.

    Rob Walton: Campaign Finance and the U.S.'s Corruption Perception Problem

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