CCR


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CCR

Abbreviation for:
clinical complete remission
complete cytogenetic response
complex chromosomal rearrangement
consistency and concurrency reporting
consumer confidence reports
continued complete remission
correct classification rate
creatinine clearance rate
Cross Cutting Review (Medspeak-UK)
cytogenetic complete remission

CCR

cardiocerebral resuscitation; chemical caries removal.
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The distribution of CCR is bimodal and skewed to the left (Fig.
Another firm used CCR to learn how to pitch a new client service that analyzed pricing and sales compensation.
CCR contacted freelancer Mark Johnson, a leading copywriter for premium-driven offers, to create this premium-incentive subscription package that you are now holding.
Mr Larry Boulton, managing director of CCR UK, said he was looking for companies involved in transport and logistics to partner CCR - alongside their existing businesses - in providing customers with a total waste management service.
The staff filed an unfair-labor-practice complaint against CCR, after management declared its intention to fire the shop steward, attorney Matthew Chachere.
Thus, no group differences were found in relation to CCR and NCC for clients with non-severe disabilities.
The CCR will interchange with NS in Columbus, Georgia, where GWI's Georgia Southwestern Railroad also has operations.
Handling and disposal of such CCR would be subject to EPA oversight.
The CCR Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance made two recommendations: an increase of five per cent to the granting councils for basic research without compromising targeted research dollars and that funding for indirect costs of university research rise to represent 40 per cent of direct costs.
Renovias' results were incorporated into CCR as of June 2008.
CCR, which has offices in Westboro, Providence and Glastonbury, Conn.
Like CCR, ABA recommended that the regulators use their rulemaking authority to drive a more risk-based approach to auditor attestations.