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CCA

Abbreviation for chimpanzee coryza agent.

CCA

Abbreviation for:
calcium channel antagonist
cervical cancer
cholangiocarcinoma
chondrocalcinosis
circumflex coronary artery
Civil Contingencies Act 2004, see there (Medspeak-UK)
clear cell acanthoma
clear cell adenocarcinoma
common carotid artery
congenital contractural arachnodactyly
conventional coronary angiography
cost-consequence analysis (Medspeak-UK)
corticocerebellar atrophy
crossed cerebellar atrophy
current cost accounting (Medspeak-UK)

CCA

Abbreviation for corrected chronologic age.
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The combination of revenue and cost initiatives will eventually revive the business and restore its growth, said CCA chief executive Alison Watkins.
If they aren't, the CCAs must be downgraded to supply condition code F, unserviceable.
utility poles were obtained from local power companies and used for CCA retention rate evaluation.
Based on the cost assumptions and the measured 28-day strengths of the different mixtures, the cost savings of the different CCA mixtures that would yield the same 28-day strength as the control makes the following scenarios possible:
Samples from 63 children who played in CCA playgrounds and 64 children who played in non-CCA playgrounds were available for this study.
If you are not currently a member of the Acquisition Community Connection (ACC) but are interested in joining the IT Community of Practice or CCA community, please go to <http://acc.
Mike Joseph, of Superior Thermowood in Thunder Bay, a one-year-old company, is betting that a wood-treatment process he has discovered will also be a substitution for CCA.
The town welcomed CCA and its prison with the hope of millions of dollars in taxes to the town and the promise of hundreds of jobs for its residents.
It took CCA and other nonprofit groups devoted to the farmworker cause almost a decade to steer the project through this fractious labyrinth.
CCA is very close to completing a deal to house, at least temporarily, U.