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SCM

SCM

Abbreviation for:
secretory cell metaplasia
Specialist in Community Medicine 
spondylotic cervical myelopathy
spleen-conditioned medium
squamous cell metaplasia
steatocystoma multiplex
sternocleidomastoid
subcutaneous mastectomy
Supportive Care Manager

SCM

Abbreviation for sternocleidomastoid muscle.

SCM

Abbrev. for State Certified Midwife.

SCM,

n sternocleidomastoid; a thick, prominent muscle located towards the front of the neck. Its primary functions include bending, rotating, flexing, and extending the head.
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After confirming the appropriateness of the tool, the data from the entire sample of participants (N = 596) were used to check the hypothetic relations between the SCMS factors and the research variables, which are: entrepreneur x nonentrepreneur, activity sector in the creative industries, age, education and sex.
In our study, SOX10 was expressed in 50 of 51 DMs and SCMs (98%), and was expressed in 4 of 99 various types of sarcomas (4.
The punishment under SCM is slightly elevated above NJP maximum punishment: SCMs allow confinement for up to one month and hard labor; however, Article 15 has a similar punishment of correctional custody for thirty days, which may include hard labor.
Before implementing its SCMS, FH's LEAN analysis showed that 50% to 60% of phlebotomists' time was spent on non-value-added use, mostly just walking from place to place, waiting for elevators, and other fairly non-productive activity.
In 2005, an intercomparison experiment among different SCMs in the field of fog and low clouds forecast was carried out (Bergot et al, 2007).
The microchannel coolers packaged in SCMs, described in the "Single-Chip Module Results" section, were fabricated from 150 mm wafers and were fusion bonded together.
He also recognized that SCMs enjoyed a freedom denied to more institutionalized organizations.
The code which triggers the SCMS device is not stored in the same location as the sound signals.
SCMs are strong candidates for achieving target levels of precision and resolution.
The numerous studies devoted to the economic choices of democracies, during the post 1980 period (Przeworski, 1990; Nelson, 1990a, 1994a, 1994b; Pereira, Maravall and Przeworski, 1993; Smith, Acuna and Gamarra, 1994; Williamson, 1994; Ethier, 1997) nevertheless show that the content, extent, schedule and socioeconomic costs and benefits of SMs and SCMs have varied from one country to another.
The AHRA requires the inclusion of the SCMS or some equivalent.