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Economic Commission for Europe

A commission established by the United Nations in 1947 to foster economic and other cooperation among European states. It discusses land administration, urban development and environmental issues.
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ECE shows exceptional scavenging ability of peroxynitrite, the free radicals 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH), and other Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS).
The new ECE funding system, implemented in April 2005, changed the way the Ministry of Education funds ECE services.
ECE is looking to buy a support operation in India to handle some straightforward tasks, such as billing questions and resetting passwords, Portmann said.
In a joint statement, members of the ECE Partnership noted, "We believe California is on the path to rebuilding the early care and education infrastructure needed to move families out of poverty, to make working families self-sufficient, and to provide our earliest learners with opportunities that will support greater academic achievement and lifelong well-being.
As of 1965, he established another successful company: ECE - economically and in terms of personnel completely independent from the OTTO mail-order company.
The Families Commission was interested in exploring why some families face barriers to accessing and participating in ECE.
There isadeep schism in physics, and the university will give unaccredited PhD degrees in ECE theory.
This eight-week clinical study was a double-blind, placebo-controlled study using ECE as an adjunct therapy to the FM patients' current standard of physician care.
Head Start, whose beginnings in the 1960s coincided with President Lyndon Johnson's War on Poverty, exemplifies why policymakers have primarily constructed ECE as a social intervention program.
To position themselves differently from marginalization in relation to the state, ECE college graduates and their teacher education professors must learn to understand the discursive professional identity within which they are constituted and controlled.
To increase the number of staff for ECE and child care: