Definitions for "CEC"
Cation Exchange Capacity. the capacity of a soil to adsorb cations; cations are adsorbed at exchange sites, and can be released in exchange for other cations.
see Cation Exchange Capacity.
Commodities Exchange Center. In New York, the location of five futures exchanges: the COMEX, the Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange (CSC), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), the New York Cotton Exchange, and the New York Futures Exchange.
ouncil for xceptional hildren: Professional organization for persons serving exceptional school age children.
Citizens Electoral Council of Australia
Consulting Engineers Council, professional organization of engineers
Centro Espressioni Cinematografiche
Keywords:  europeu, consumidor, del, centre
Centre Europeu del Consumidor
See Center for Educational Computing.
An acronym for the Continuing Education Curriculum, a curriculum of courses developed by the NALP Educational Programming Committee to provide foundation, intermediate, and advanced levels of training for legal recruitment, personnel, and career services professionals. Each Annual Education Conference offers a selection of CEC courses, as well as a wide range of additional seminars. Conference brochures provide information on the Continuing Education Curriculum and identify CEC courses with a special symbol.
Community Education Coalition
Clinical Ethics Committee
Central Election Committee
Central Executive Committee
Commission of the European Communities
Commission on Environmental Cooperation
California Energy Commission
Crankcase Emission Control System (Honda)
Keywords:  conseil, les, pour, europ, coordination
Conseil Européen de Coordination pour les
Canadian Electrical Code. Canadian Version of the US National Electrical Code(NEC).
Central Electronic Complex. A physical machine with associated storage, memory and device connections.
Central electronics complex.
Cisco Employee Connection. The internal Cisco Web site.
Cooperative Engagement Capability. Provides a single integrated air picture using joint forces from land, sea and air sensors.
Process in which a chemical reaction precedes and follows the electron-transfer process