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CTA

An abbreviation for cum testamento annexo, Latin for "with the will annexed."

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The first tumor antigen CEA was discovered by Gold et al in 1965, when he isolated a glycoprotein molecule from human colonic cancer specimen2.
Publication Fee--This fee will be charged to authors when their manuscript has been approved for publication in the Journal of Correctional Education and must be received by CEA prior to printing of the respective article.
Many of these address exactly how a CEA should be conducted.
CEA counters with a decent argument: That the FCC, rather than forcing broadcasters to create compelling digital content, is trying to expand the market by forcing consumers to buy DTV sets.
In the case of privately negotiated derivative transactions between institutions, the Board has supported exclusion of such transactions from coverage under the CEA in the past and continues to do so.
Insurers that joined the CEA are State Farm Fire & Casualty, State Farm General, Allstate Insurance Co.
Over the last few years, CEA has focused on building partnerships with the startup community.
For example, CEA findings have shown that neonatal intensive care programs are less cost-effective than prenatal care programs in saving lives, but it is unlikely that we will see a massive redistribution of resources away from the former to support the latter.
Siri is an invaluable part of CEA and not only has a strong financial background but also a great work ethic and an infectious sense of humor," said Shapiro.
Reduce the complexity of doing business with the CEA For example, simplify data channels between the CEA and PIs while increasing visibility and access to the data for both CEA PIs and policyholders.
CEA critics say the authority would amount to corporate welfare, arguing that the pool would be insufficient to cover losses in the event of a major quake, and the state would have to turn to taxpayers.
At CEA, we are committed to providing our staff with a diverse benefits package and various programs and policies that assist them in living a balanced, family-friendly life," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA.