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CRED

Abbreviation for:
Clinical Governance/Education and R&D subgroup (Medspeak-UK)
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For example, SPRD associate professor David Johnson, who directs the Comparative Mouse Genomics Center at CRED (one of five such centers in an NIEHS consortium), produced the first mouse model for natural variants of the human p53 gene.
Street Cred has proved highly successful and incidents of youth disorder are down by 16%.
The company Sweet Cred evolved from the team that brought Red Devil energy drink to market in 1998.
Rover claim it is aimed at a younger market but in my opinion it is exactly the type of car a man of a certain age would want to drive because he thinks it will boosthis street cred.
After all, wobble boards and didgeridoos don't have much street cred.
The incident should increase his rock'n'roll cred - he's about to release a single after working with the LA-based songwriters responsible for some Kylie and All Saints tracks.
Redick try to improve his street cred by wracking up a DUI before the draft?
LONDON, May 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Extreme are well pleased to announce the launch of Extreme Cred our new and unique pre paid card biz that kicks off today.
FROM THEIR SHAGGY HAIR, scruffy beards and slender physiques, to their shy, reluctant replies and art school cred, Evan Mast and Mike Stroud could easily be written off as just another indie rock act, but thankfully they're not.
While some models are all about funky street cred and sparkling performance, the XMAX sets out to do nothing more than satisfy the serious scooter commuter.
In a desperate attempt to show some street cred, Howard has started pontificating on football.
Surprisingly, the offenders were those over 30, rather than youngsters who often wear those silly woolly hats,albeit for street cred rather than anything to do with keeping warm.