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cpm

 
counts per minute.
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CPM

Abbreviation for continuous passive motion.

cpm

Abbreviation for counts per minute.
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CPM

abbr.
continuous passive motion
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CPM/cpm

1. CCNU–Lomustine, Procarbazine, methotrexate.
3. Counts per minute. See cpm.
4. Cycles per minute.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

cpm

Abbreviation for counts per minute.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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BBS scene is still little-known, but the personal recollections of O'Hara (2006) and Savetz (2012) provide a grassroots perspective on the Apple II, Commodore 64, and Atari scenes of the time.
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With the release of systems like Radio Shack's TRS-80, Commodore's PET, and Apple's Apple II in 1977, modders also had mass-manufactured computer systems to dissect, study, and transform--usually in violation of the manufacturer's warranties--all in search of increased processing speed and power.
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This was how most of us wrote on a computer in the early 1980s, and it's resurfacing a quarter of a century later.These spare working conditions rely not on an '80s-vintage TRS-80, IBM PC or Apple II, but on a laptop built less than a year ago.The software, called WriteRoom, seems to have cast a shiny new Mac laptop back to the dark ages of DOS.
Most engineers involved with computers know Steve Wozniak designed the Apple I and Apple II computers and co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Jobs.
Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak preassembled 50 of them, to be sold at the Byte Shop in Mountain View, California The Apple I wasn't a huge seller, but the prefabricated Apple II, with its own snazzy beige box, was the breakout product that established Apple and helped turn personal computers from a home-brewed curiosity into a household commodity.
He straggled to build the Apple I, and with the little profit from this machine, he began work on the Apple II. To list the accomplishments of this machine almost sounds simplistic now, but Apple II set the standard for mass marketed personal computers by including a video terminal, keyboard, color graphics and sound.
The Apple II followed soon after, with its ability to display high resolution color graphics, and a beige plastic case that became the standard in PC appearance for years.