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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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An agenda for amazing children: Final report of the ECE Taskforce (Early Childhood Education Taskforce, 2011)
This study also compared the CI or ECE with cervical lymph node metastasis between bilateral and unilateral PTCs groups.
We asked these lead teachers if they or their colleagues noticed any difference between these children and those from competing ECE centres.
Lenzo (2014) also argues that ECEs tend to receive conflicting information about their role as a facilitator of musical development.
The instructional lab and research tower section of the ECE Building has a mix of private and open group offices, which are situated at both the northeast and northwest corners of the facility.
ciliata ethanol extract (ECE) by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis, (2) to explore the antiinflammatory and anti-fibrosis effect of ECE in vitro, and (3) to assess the ameliorative effect of ECE on renal interstitial fibrosis induced by UUO.
ECE in Pakistan has not received much attention due to many reasons.
Completion of Tranche 2 will give ECE an initial 19.
However, integration with ECE has lagged behind despite the potential of such efforts to help child welfare agencies fulfill their mandate to ensure children's safety, permanency and wellbeing.
Se observa que la ocurrencia de ECE no es frecuente.
Some studies have shown a return of as much as $17 for every $1 invested in high-quality ECE programs.