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Category 1

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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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The State Bank's service charges or refinance rate will be 3pc for category 1; 2pc for category 2 and 3pc for category 3.
The prices for adults are as follows: Category 1: PS98 Category 2: PS76 Category 3: PS64 Category 4: PS52 Category 5: PS36 Under-16s tickets are priced at: Category 1: PS49 Category 2: PS38 Category 3: PS32 Category 4: PS26 Category 5: PS18 How do I get there?
NDMTA won Category 1, with the highest percentage of members making a gift: 20.25 percent of the members contributed during 2005.
State associations rounding out the top five in each category are Nebraska, Maine, Oklahoma and Mississippi (Category 1); Maine, Arkansas, Nebraska and Alaska (Category 2); Texas, Ohio, Virginia and Washington (Category 3); and Nebraska, Texas Washington and Pennsylvania (Category 4).
X is thus a Category 1 filer and must report his share of Y's income.
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.
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.
NDMTA won Category 1, with the highest percentage of members making a gift: 25.99 percent of its members contributed during 2004.
WMTA won Category 1 with the highest percentage of members making a gift: 37.5 percent of its members contributed during 2003.
* Category 1: Loans secured by one- to four-family residential real property that are not home equity lines of credit or construction loans.
WMTA won Category 1 with the highest percentage of members making a gift; 34.25 percent of its members contributed during 2002.