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scruple

 (℈) (scr) [skroo´pl]
in the apothecaries' system, a unit of weight equal to 20 grains (1.296 grams).
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SCR

Abbreviation for:
serious case review 
serum creatinine
short consensus repeat
sister chromatic recombination
summary care record, see there
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scruple

(skrū′pĕl) [L. scrupulus, small, sharp stone],

scr

Twenty grains in apothecaries' weight; 1.296 g.
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The Illinois Court of Appeals upheld the summary judgment, finding that SCR was not negligent in hiring or retaining Britton.
The reductant used in the SCR catalytic converter is AdBlue, a standardised urea solution that is injected directly into the exhaust manifold before the SCR catalytic system.
While the SCR system being developed in Europe in long distance transport for NOx reduction, the U.S.
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