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What does CPE stand for?

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CPEClinical Pastoral Education
CPEContinuing Pharmacy Education
CPECytopathic Effect
CPEChimie Physique Electronique
CPECertified Professional Ergonomist (BCPE)
CPEChemical and Process Engineering
CPECertified Physician Executive (American College of Physician Executives)
CPECertified Plant Engineer
CPEComplete Physical Examination (also seen as CPX)
CPECentre for Protein Engineering
CPECommon Phase Error
CPEClinical Proficiency Examination
CPECorrugated Polyethylene
CPECampaign to Promote Engineering
CPECenter for Protein Engineering
CPECurrent Product Engineering
CPECenter for Petroleum Engineering
CPECharged Particle Equilibrium
CPECycles Per Element
CPEChemical Potential Energy
CPEClinical Perfusion Education
CPEContinence Product Evaluation
CPECoupe Progressive d'Ensemencement (French: Shelterwood Seeding; timber management)
CPEChief Program Engineer
CPECatalytic Process Engineering
CPECertified Process Engineer
CPEChange Package Engineer (NASA)
CPECritical Process Equipment (a pressurized vessel in which the fundamental chemico-physical reaction takes place)
CPEContinuous Particle Electrophoresis
CPECarrier Phase Estimator
CPECloud Processing Equipment
CPECapacity Performance Engineering
CPECoulomb Wave-Plane Wave Description with Effective Screening
CPEContinuous-Phase Encoder/Encoding
CPECertified Principal Engineer
CPECytosoluble Protein Extract (immunology)
CPECoastal Projects Engineer
CPECollège Pratique d'Ethnobotanique (French: Practical Ethnobotany College)
CPECompatibility and Power Electronics (workshop)
CPECoastal Planning & Engineering (various locations)
CPECytoplasmic Polyadenylation Element (RNA)
CPECorrugated Polyethylene Pipe

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