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Abbreviation for:
Canadian Stroke Scale
cancer-specific survival
carotid sinus stimulation
carotid sinus syndrome
cascading style sheets (Medspeak-UK)
cause-specific survival
cavernous sinus syndrome
Certificate of Satisfactory Service (Medspeak-UK)
chewing, sucking, swallowing
Children’s Social Services (Medspeak-UK)
Chinese Stroke Scale
chronic sinusitis survey
Churg-Strauss syndrome
clinical support system
community support services
cultured skin substitutes
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Resonancia magnetica (RM) y colangiopancreatores onancia (CPRM).
Signal peptidase cleavage at the flavivirus CprM junction: dependence on the viral NS2B-3 protease for efficient processing requires determinants in C, the signal peptide, and prM.
While unlimited playbacks are possible, KDDI has developed a new CPRM (content protection for recordable media) mechanism for recording commercial content while protecting the copyright of such content.
-- Applies highly secure CPRM copyright technology.
(2) Videos recorded before March 2004 when CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media) was not introduced
The card uses CPRM advanced copyright protection functionality, stores up to 35 hours of music and provides a 5Mb/s maximum write speed.
1) and consists mainly of slates, shales, and limestones (CPRM 1994), being typically a non-magnetic lithology.
Designed to be a companion chip to an application processor, NEC Electronics' [mu]PD99910 device appropriates and optimizes the music playback function of the application processor; incorporates an SD Memory Card interface; and supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM) copyright protection technology whose SD-Audio function enables music data to be downloaded and played without copyright infringement.
It also features an SD card interface, and consequently it supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM) for SD cards, which enables handset users to download music data without having to infringe upon copyrights.