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General contractor. Also can be written as G/C.

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The Automotive GCE also serves as the contact point for the North American Automotive Special Interest Group (NAASIG), as well as to the European Automotive Special Interest Group (EURASIG).
I am referring to the Chairman of the Education Committee, who for a year now has been fanatically supporting access for students with GCEs at the Education Council; despite this, he speaks of clear positions.
It included the contentious clause regarding the GCEs, although that clause would be a dud until 2010-2011.
This was a face-saving gimmick, allowing the government to argue that it had not given in to OELMEK's blackmail, as the admission of students with GCEs was not subject to any further negotiations with the union -- the new arrangement would be enshrined in law and would be put into effect from next year.
Perhaps there was not enough time to prepare the amendment and perhaps the government plans to do so by next year when the dispute will most certainly re-surface, as the union is unlikely to give up its demand to keep students with GCEs out of the Cyprus University.
As well as teaching internationally accredited courses, such as GCEs, private schools could also offer lessons tailored to sit the state university exams, she said.
In the last few days, union representatives warned that accepting students with GCEs would be a blow to Hellenism and the Greek language.
Greek Cypriot students of public and private schools entering public universities through two different methods is inconceivable especially at a time where the fate of the GCEs is being discussed in Britain," she said.
In a statement, OELMEK said that it "noted sadly that those involved are refusing to enter into substantial dialogue on the subject of overall access to public universities for graduates of public and private schools", going on to accuse them of trying to "selectively erode the Pancyprian Exams process" and of giving "preferential treatment to GCE exams and the private education sector.
Bulgak, chairman of GCES and the Minister of Communications.
IN the good old days, when they were still called GCEs and I was still sitting them, our set Shakespeare play was Othello - the story of a man who became so frenzied by self-pity that he savagely murdered his wife and then killed himself.