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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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Secondly, there is also the presence or expectation of the other, which exceeds all satisfactions that could be obtained by the production and appropriation of cashable goods.
But [the consumers] won't receive 100 percent of what their cashable vouchers were worth."
Second, it was wonderful to see and read the reaction of the victorious trainer who if modesty were a cashable commodity would be a billionaire.
(116) The cost of purchasing the number of cashable points required to buy the flight identical to the one that an employee took on her points would be the value of the employee's benefit.
Banking customers are rewarded with bonus points, cashable for groceries.
97 and following) seems to equivocate on "independent." Here and elsewhere Smith resorts to metaphor, only some of which is analytically cashable. 2) The criterion of "irreduction," while a commendable prophylactic against prejudice, sets an impossible high standard.
An emergency fund is a liquid (easily cashable) asset, such as a money-market or savings account.
This is not so far off the actual costs.) 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.
BlueCrest halted its drilling operations in Cook Inlet in August 2017, citing Alaska's controversial cashable tax credit program as the culprit.