acronym: cation exchange capacity
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acronym: Commission of European Communities
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Commission of the European Communities
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Communications Etudes Corporelles
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1) Cation exchange capacity
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`Traditional Narratives of the Native Americans in the United States, and all Indigenous peoples of the Americas` ...
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==Biography== ===Playing career=== Although born in Redfern, New South Wales, the middle of Souths territory, Blinkhorn grew up a Norths supporter after moving to Chatswood. He was graded to Norths in 1914 and for five years he was the team`s leading try-scorer. Blinkhorn spent the 1919 season at S...
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George Cecil Coldwell (born January 12, 1929 in Dungworth, Stannington, Sheffield, England and died November 9, 2008) was a professional footballer who played for Sheffield United from 1951 to 1966. He played in the position of right-back. Coldwell signed for Sheffield United in 1951 from local sid...
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Cec Cooper (born in Sydney, Australia) is a retired professional rugby league footballer and coach of the 1950s. A New South Wales representative centre, he captained and later coached the Canterbury-Bankstown club of the New South Wales Rugby Football League. He is the brother of Australian intern...
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For the Welsh footballer see Cecil Dixon (footballer) Cecil Donovan Dixon - A talented medium-to-fast-medium pace bowler, Cec. Dixon was born in Potchefstroom in the Transvaal, South Africa on February 12, 1891, and died in Johannesburg, South Africa on September 9, 1969, aged 78. During a first-cl...
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Cecil Edey (born 12 March 1965) in Manchester, England, is a retired English professional footballer who played as a defender for Macclesfield Town in the Football League. ...
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CEC European Managers
CEC European Managers (also called "European confederation of executives & managers staff") is a European organisation that promotes and defends the interest of managers in Europe towards the European institutions. Through its national member organisations and professional federations it represents...
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Cec "Dicky" Fifield (born Cecil Richard Henry Fifield in Sydney, New South Wales) was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 20th century. Fifield was born to Sara Ann (née Compton) and George Fifield in Adelong on 23 September 1904. He played for West Wyalong as a teenager in Group 9. From ...
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CEC Liceo Militar
Círculo de Ex-Cadetes del Liceo Militar General San Martín, or simply Liceo Militar, is a sports club from General San Martín Partido, Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina. The club has representative teams in rugby union and field hockey. ==History== In 1959, former cadets of the military high schoo...
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Cec Linder was a Canadian actor. He was born in 1921 at Timmins, Ontario and died in 1992 of a heart attack.
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Cec Linder (sometimes credited as Cecil Linder) (March 10, 1921 - April 10, 1992) was a Polish-born Canadian film and television actor. In the 1950s and 1960s he worked extensively in the United Kingdom, often playing American characters in various films and television programmes. In film, he is pr...
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John Cecil "Cec" McCormack (15 February 1922–1995) was an English footballer who played as a centre forward. McCormack started his career with Gateshead, moving to neighbours Middlesbrough in April 1947 before a spell at non-league Chelmsford City. He signed for Barnsley in July 1950, spending ju...
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The CEC Palace (Palatul C.E.C.) in Bucharest, Romania, built in 1900 and situated on Calea Victoriei opposite the History Museum, is the headquarters of the national savings house C.E.C., nowadays called CEC Bank. ==History== Before the erection of the palace, the spot was occupied by the ruins of ...
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Cecil Harry "Cec" Parkin (February 18, 1886, Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham – June 15, 1943, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, Lancashire) was an English cricketer who played in 10 Tests from 1920 to 1924 and 157 games for Lancashire County Cricket Club. He played one first-class match fo...
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Career highlights included an innings he played for New South Wales at Brisbane in 1940-41 when he made 81 with all but 7 of them coming in boundaries. His best bowling figures of 6 for 33 came in 1949-50 when touring India with a Commonwealth side. He took a hat-trick in the match. Pepper became e...
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Cecil John Harry "Cec" Purves (born October 18, 1933) is a politician in Alberta, Canada, who served as mayor of Edmonton. ==Early life== Purves was born in Edmonton on October 18, 1933. He grew up in the city`s Riverdale district and graduated high school in the city. On December 29, 1956 he marri...
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Cec Rheinberger (born 24 February 1949) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League (VFL). Rheinberger made just one appearance in the 1966 VFL season when he debuted along with Alex Ruscuklic mid year, against Melbourne. He played 15 games the fo...
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