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CAA

Abbreviation for:
carotid arterial atherosclerosis
cerebral amyloid angiopathy
chronic aplastic anaemia
complete androgen ablation
comprehensive area assessment (Medspeak-UK)
congenital aural atresia
congophilic amyloid angiopathy
coronary arterial atherosclerosis
coronary artery aneurysm

CAA

Cerebral amyloid angiopathy, see there.
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In a recent critique of the CAAS, Kerr (2008) claimed that the CAAS was of limited use for studying aggression in sport and went on to question the item content of the scale and its utility across diverse sports and populations.
The CAAS can be described as a flexible software architecture built on lessons from the personal computer industry.
For a start, CAAS and ST Aerospace have identified potential UAS applications spanning across the following sectors:
At a launch event which took place at the airport, CAAS Director-General, Mr Lim Kim Choon said: "We are very excited about the new Changi Class.
MSS by Era will reportedly provide the CAAS with the ability to track all aircraft and ground vehicles and the company's multilateration technology is claimed to provide a more accurate and cost-effective solution compared to traditional Surface Movement Radars (SMRs).
CAAS, a self-funding statuary body that reports to the Ministry of Transport, is both the airport's regulatory and advisory service.
In October 2015, the CAAP and CAAS signed the ADS-B collaboration agreement, which allows CAAS to subscribe for ADS-B data, and other related services.
The CAAS is considering franchising the idea to other airports.
Under the DOA, qualified Pratt & Whitney personnel in Singapore are authorised by the CAAS to locally approve repairs, modifications and deviations related to Singapore Airlines Cargo fleet of PW4000-94 engines.
To maintain its reputation for delivering a top-class airport service the CAAS decided to bite the bullet and start again with a new baggage system rather than tinker with an upgrading of the old one.
The FAA and CAAS have worked closely under an aviation safety deal since 2004.
By enabling the comprehensive search of backup tapes without first restoring the content, Index Engines streamlines the discovery process for CAAS and its customers, minimizing manpower and infrastructure requirements.