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Category 1

Medspeak-US
A type of CPD/CME (continuing professional development/continuing medical education) delineated by the AMA and the AAFP which consists of journal-based and conference-related activities and the passing of a re-certification examination.

Microbiology
See Hazard Group 1
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NDMTA won Category 1, with the highest percentage of members making a gift: 20.
The data, viewed in this way, again show that Category 1, things other people do to the child, was the one most frequently used.
For both mothers and children, approximately half of the streses in Category 1 were about testing (both verbal and physical) or rejection by other children.
WMTA won Category 1 with the highest percentage of members making a gift: 37.
Category 3: Loans secured by real property, not contained in category 1 or 2, and not home equity lines of credit.
Example: Company C properly adopts the method for all loans that it acquires that are included in category 1.
6679(a), failure to file Form 5471 and Schedule N by a Category 1 filer or Form 5471 and Schedule O by a Category 3 filer may result in a $1,000 penalty per reportable transaction.
X is thus a Category 1 filer and must report his share of Y's income.
The state lists potential water threats in three categories, with Category 1 being the highest.
A review of 40 Category 1 and 2 dischargers found that Lahontan completed only 28 percent of the recommended inspections in 1996-97 and just 35 percent in 1997-98.
Given that the audit showed Lahontan should be focusing on Category 1 and Category 2 sites, criticizing the district for not paying more attention to a Category 3 site was unfair, Long said.