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catalysed signal amplification
cell surface antigen
central sleep apnoea
child sexual abuse
Child Support Agency (Medspeak-UK)
chondroitin sulphate A
chronic severe anaemia
chronic stable angina
clinical skills assessment
Clinical Spine Application (Medspeak-UK)
common services agency (Medspeak-UK)
computer science application
continuous spinal anaesthesia
Controlled Substances Act
craniospinal axis
cross-sectional area
cyclosporin A


Cyclosporin A, see there.


canine secretory alloantigen.


cyclosporin A.
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in Kern County, the Child Support Agency and the Parole Office of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation targets parolees and those newly released from prison.
He is accused of misleading the Child Support Agency when they asked him about his finances and his payments towards his children.
The Child Support Agency said the fraud would have saved Owen almost pounds 40,000 in pay-outs for the child.
We deal with the Child Support Agency on a daily basis.
But an efficient, humane and fair Child Support Agency does have a role to play where estranged parents cannot agree between themselves how to pay for their offspring's upbringing.
Of course, the Child Support Agency deals with a huge volume of information and must receive a large number of queries from the public.
Although the program has not been formally evaluated, the New York child support agency reports that participants transition to private sector jobs that pay an average of $9.
A good father, being made to pay by the Child Support Agency for children he is never allowed to see is a victim.
A Scots Tory peer is being chased by the Child Support Agency.
THE Child Support Act came into effect in 1991, and the widely unpopular Child Support Agency was launched two years later.
The same cannot be said for another county agency, the District Attorney's Child Support Agency, which is pulling the plug on its statewide computer system after struggling for months with its serious flaws.

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