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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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It is obvious that this original situation does not enter into economic calculus proper, since the relationship to the other, this mutual understanding, is reducible neither to the appropriation of an object nor to the cashable obtaining of a service.
But [the consumers] won't receive 100 percent of what their cashable vouchers were worth.
New checks will be issued with the Wells name and customers will be notified that their old checks are no longer cashable.
All parents who wish to send their children to private schools are given an education voucher of 1,500[pounds], cashable only in the private sector.
He says: "what is not cashable in other terms about the sense of self that appreciation of music develops is that it is achieved in this particular way, one that makes essential mention of music.
Default-free alternatives to insured deposits, paying competitive yields, are available: Treasury bills, in minimum denominations of $10,000 and shortest maturities of three months, and, for small savers, savings bonds in $100 denominations, cashable in six months.
The societies thus took on the character of investment funds from which members could be dropped at random rather than that of building societies, with shares that were marketable yet also cashable under special circumstances.
More than three-quarters of TIAA's general account reserves are not cashable and only can be received as a death benefit or in the form of an annuity payout.
The Certificates of Deposit are cashable at any QIB counter to its holder exclusively and they are non-tradable and non-transferrable.
House Bill 111 passed the legislature with broad, bipartisan support, and converts cashable oil tax credits into tax deductions.
So far it's been a struggle to get the Legislature, which is skeptical of Walker's plan to slash cashable credits and increase taxes at a time when the oil industry is already suffering from low oil prices, to move forward on the new fiscal plan.
This helped to establish the best strategic fit to optimise supply versus demand and implementation costs versus cashable benefits For the delivery phase of the programme, we added Customer Plus with its expertise in employee engagement and stakeholder communications.