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cpm

 
counts per minute.

CPM

Abbreviation for continuous passive motion.

cpm

Abbreviation for counts per minute.

cpm

counts per minute, an expression of the rate of particle emission from a radioactive material.

CPM

abbr.
continuous passive motion

CPM

abbreviation for continuous passive motion

cpm

abbreviation for counts per minute.

CPM/cpm

1. CCNU–Lomustine, Procarbazine, methotrexate.
3. Counts per minute. See cpm.
4. Cycles per minute.

cpm

Abbreviation for counts per minute.
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With its elegant internal architecture and high-resolution color graphics, the Apple II became a massive commercial success that established the template for the company's subsequent smartly designed and user-friendly products.
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