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CEP or Cep may refer to:
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- Campaign for an English Parliament, a pressure group which seeks the establishment of a devolved English parliament.
- Civic Education Project, a non-profit organization, promoting social sciences education in transition countries.
- Clean Energy Partnership, a joint hydrogen project in Europe.
- The Clean Energy Project, a distributed computing research project at Harvard University, hosted on IBM's World Community Grid via the BOINC infrastructure. It seeks new materials for more efficient solar cells.
- Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada, a Canadian trade union.
- Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, a dicastery of the Roman Curia.
- Corpo Expedicionário Português (Portuguese Expeditionary Corps) (1917-1918) in the First World War.
Science, technology, and medicine
- A standard astronomical abbreviation referring to the Cepheus (constellation)
- Certified emergency paramedic, another term for paramedics used in some regions of the United States.
- Circular Error Probable in ballistics, a measure of a weapon system's precision
- Contact Evaluation Plot in naval warfare, a plot of a contact's bearings in time
- Complex event processing, an approach to processing events in software engineering
- Congenital erythropoietic porphyria, also known as Gunther disease
- The British Rail Class 411 Electric Multiple Unit, also known as 4-CEP, for Corridor EP braked
- Lactocepin, an enzyme
- Certification of Suitability of the Monographs of the European Pharmacopoeia (CEP)
- cep, or porcino, the edible mushroom Boletus edulis
- Courier Express Parcel or Courier, Express and Parcel, an acronym used in worldwide logistics
- Código de Endereçamento Postal (Postal Addressing Code in Portuguese), Brazil's postal code system
- Cep (Jindřichův Hradec District), a Czech village near Jindřichův Hradec
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