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- abbr. Congress of Racial Equality
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- Congress of Racial Equality
- Center for Operations Research and Econometrics
- Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education
- Corporate Responsibility
- Council on Rehabilitation Education
- Computing Research and Education Association
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When the Chicago Teachers Union made no effort to reach out to parents, students or their communities, refused to organize teachers to oppose the wave of school shutdowns and privatizations, teachers organized what they call CORE, the Coalition of Rank & File Educators.
The best “BANG FLOP” on a Moose was a Teenager shooting a 30-06 with over the counter 180 grain CORE-LOKT® and it dropped that Monster Bull just as if I hit him with my 338 Win Mag.
CORE is using [a forthcoming demonstration] as an opportunity to confront Greenpeace activists about their opposition to infrastructure development projects in the developing world, opposition to genetically modified foods and the group's opposition to the use of the chemical DDT to kill malaria-ridden mosquitoes, particularly in Africa.
In 1997 Tom developed the technique below that he calls the CORE—Center of Remaining Energy—technique for resolving emotional pain quickly and thoroughly.
On December 6, at 6.30 in Committee Room 11, in the Palace of Westminster, Gianna Jessen, a young American woman who survived saline abortion at 7 plus months, and now campaigns against abortion, will be the guest speaker at an event hosted by Mr Joe Benton MP, on behalf of our own new campaign Alive and Kicking (of which CORE is a member).
NoWay Studio is pleased to unveil the first video footage from the forthcoming debut game entitled CORE a dynamic fast paced action first-person shooter for Nintendo DS.
This program is called CORE and is located in Shreveport.
Karen Lewis, a member of a group called CORE, was elected president of the Chicago Teachers Union, and CORE took over the leadership of the 30,000-member CTU by a landslide.
Walking us around the fields, nibbling veggies, snipping herbs, sampling the local apple cider vodka (called CORE), and tasting fruits pocked by June hail yet still juicy, and we were hooked.
In China, there is CORE, which is open education in Chinese and English.