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Commodity Research Bureau

An organization that produces an index that tracks the price movements of 17 commodities. The CRB index does not follow any one commodity sector, but rather the general direction of commodities overall. The CRB index is watched by both commodity and bond investors because the prices of commodities and bonds tend to move in opposite directions due to inflation.
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Certified Residential Broker (CRB)

A designation awarded by the Council of Real Estate Brokerage Managers (www.crb.com),which is affiliated with the National Association of REALTORS®.

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"The Criminal Records Bureau invited organisations that met strict eligibility criteria to take part in the development and launch of that process.
"This is not about the Criminal Records Bureau making 'mistakes': where there has been a mismatch, it is because the individual's details are similar or even identical to someone else's conviction data on the Police National Computer.
He is paid the princely sum of pounds 8 an hour, but nevertheless, has to be vetted by the Criminal Records Bureau. The forms for this procedure are provided by Kirklees Council's Recruitment Unit.
Coaches including assistant manager Dave Richards have been checked by the Criminal Records Bureau checked and will be going on Football Association coaching courses in May.
They are all experienced play workers with paediatric first-aid qualifications and enhanced Criminal Records Bureau checks.
Sir - i was disappointed to read your article which referred to problems at the Liverpool-based Criminal Records Bureau ("Carer has police security check five times - once for her own mum", July 9).
A study by education watchdog Ofsted, published last June, heavily criticised education authorities for not making proper checks on staff via the Criminal Records Bureau.
Emma Budd, of Maesteg, is one of 2,700 people wrongly labelled an offender by the Criminal Records Bureau.
The Home Office is under new pressure, after admitting 2,000 people had been wrongly labelled criminals by the Criminal Records Bureau.
But concerns have been raised about whether the Criminal Records Bureau can cope with the added demand.
The cost of Criminal Records Bureau checks on people working with children and vulnerable adults is to double, ministers confirmed yesterday.
The offices of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB), at Princes Dock, will survive a merger and controversial slimming down of the vetting system for people working with youngsters.