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CASH

Abbreviation for:
Cancer and Steroid Hormone Survey
Cardiac Arrest Study Hamburg
Commission for Administrative Services in Hospitals
Consensus Action on Salt and Health (Medspeak-UK)
Consensus Action on Salt and Hypertension
Contraception and Sexual Health (Medspeak-UK)
cruciform anterior spinal hyperextension

CASH

Interventional cardiology A clinical trial–Cardiac Arrest Study of Hamburg that compared the effect of device–implantable defibrillator therapy vs the best medical therapy for survivors of MI Ob/Gyn A clinical trial–Cancer and Steroid Hormone study which evaluated the effects of prolonged use of OCs on the risk of breast cancer. See Breast cancer.
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JUST as Bill and I grew apart, so did Johnny Cash and I.
4 Johnny Cash -A Boy Named Sue (live): A No1 Country Music hit, this was also No3 in the Pop charts.
The recorded snippets of Johnny's voice to his then-baby daughter before the first and last song tracks on the album and the 71 seconds of silence that is the 13th and final track 0:71 as a symbol of the fact that both Johnny Cash and Vivian Liberto died at age 71 are obvious bookends.
In the seven ),ears he spent developing the Johnny Cash biopic "Walk the Line," James Marigold became intimately acquainted with Cash's music.
Chapters address diverse subsets of the genre from blues country to gospel country, the legacy of Johnny Cash, the impact of commercialism on country music creativity, and much more.
Outside of one small spot in the Five Greats, why has no mention of the death of Johnny Cash been made in the mag?
I thought Johnny Cash was like Elvis, this presence and superhero.
The death of country music legend Johnny Cash in September has prompted a rush of re-issues and new releases from publishers.
Bush like Johnny Cash, too, and I wouldn't begrudge him the pleasure--though it's hard to imagine President Tax-Cut-To-The-Cheneys listening very closely to the Man In Black's signature song--
Johnny Cash can sing on all three subjects with equal certitude.
As a lesbian icon, Johnny Cash enjoys the attention of a particular dyke crowd who stand by their man for his notable contributions to the world of lesbian fashion.
Likewise, when Ice Cube raps, "I've got a shotgun and here's the plot/Taking niggas out with the fire of buckshot" ("Gangsta, Gangsta"), he sends shudders through many African,Americans heartbroken by black-on-black violence; but when Johnny Cash sings of an equally nihilistic killing in "Folsom Prison Blues" - "Shot a man in Reno/just to watch him die" - the public taps its feet and hums along.