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CMC

abbreviation for carpometacarpal. See carpometacarpal joint.

CMC

Abbreviation for:
care management continuity
Care Manager Certified
carpometacarpal
cell-mediated cytotoxicity
Central Manpower Committee (extinct) (Medspeak-UK)
central motor conduction
chemistry, manufacturing and controls
chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis
communication
complement-mediated cytolysis
critical micellar concentration
cyclophosphamide, methotrexate and CCNU

cmc

Abbreviation for critical micelle concentration.
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CMC has been used for many years in a multitude of everyday food products where it serves as a stabilizer, emulsifier and thickening agent in diverse products such as ice cream, cake and batter mixes, frostings, pie fillings and toothpaste to name a few.
As she explained, even before the official inauguration of the facility, CMC hosted a training event for Terex partners from across the Middle East.
Based on the results from the previous study of CMC hydrophobization by transesterification of MERO (23), the reaction was performed in H20/DMF, catalyzed with potassium laurate at various reaction conditions and controlled low and high microwave power (Table 1).
CMC is perhaps the only organisation in Lebanon to substitute air-conditioners with a cold storage system that cuts costs and reduces pollution.
CMC and its subsidiaries make, recycle and market steel and metal products, related services and materials in the United States and overseas.
CMC also has raised legal and ethical-moral issues regarding anonymity, privacy, copyrights, democracy, "media imperialism," and globalization (pp.
1) The CMC is used in criminal procedure as well, although there is no rule in the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure referencing the CMC.
This study finds that students do not embrace CMC with ready willingness since they do not perceive CMC as effective as what is suggested in the literature.
Additionally, CMC has implemented a new digital Automatic Level Control (ALC) to match the level of the PSTN signal that is required by the customer's satellite modem.
Fifty-one percent indicated they did not use CMC for instructional purposes, and seventy-five percent of the users indicated they had never had formal training using the CMC system.
Hunkar calls this "current machine capability," or CMC.
CRM, CMC Data Protection in Europe October 1998/Vol.