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CE • abbr. ∎  Chemical Engineer. ∎  Church of England. ∎  civil engineer. ∎  Common Era. ∎  Corps of Engineers.

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Ce

Ce • symb. the chemical element cerium.

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Ce

Ce, symbol for the element cerium.

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CE

CE Canada East
• carbon equivalent
• Architect, centre of effort
• Chem. centrifugal elutriation
• Med. cerebral embolism
• Chancellor of the Exchequer
• Chemical Engineer
• Chief Engineer
• Chem. cholesteryl ester
• Christian Endeavour
• (small caps.) Christian Era (following a date)
• Church of England
• Computing circular error
• Civil Engineer
• Med. clinical evaluation
• British fishing port registration for Coleraine
• Chem. combustion efficiency
• (USA) Combustion Engineering (Inc.)
• Education Common Entrance)
• (small caps.) Common Era (following a date)
• Communauté européenne (French: European Community)
• community education (as in CE Centre)
• compression engine
• Computing computing efficiency
• contrastenhanced (of picture images)
• Corps of Engineers
• Physics correlation energy
• Chem. coulomb explosion
• Council of Europe
• counter-espionage
• Electronics current efficiency
• British vehicle registration for Peterborough

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