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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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Etisalat's Mobile Cashier give SMBs a variety of options starting from an entry 'standalone' plan of AED 119 per month that entails payment devices (a card reader and a portable printer) provided with a lifetime warranty.
You were clearly drunk even though it did little to diminish the risk you posed - the cashier believed you were carrying a firearm.
Step 4- The cashier takes back and counts the change, which really is PS10 worth, and starts to take a PS10 out of the till.
75c shortfall in price of meal for which MD wanted to sack cashier
gt; LOD) of serum levels of total BPA and BPS in pre- and post-shift samples from cashiers and of BPSIP in a subset of cashier samples.
CPU has paid an initial consideration of EUR940,000 to Basware for the Cashier Desk service (Palvelukassa), which caters mainly to the Finnish municipal and public sector, and is to disburse the remaining EUR600,000 by end-February 2014.
The angry customer then puts his items on the belt and the cashier punches them through.
Thirty-five percent said they use SCO only when they have a few items in their basket and 7% said they use SCO when the cashier lines are too long.
In an offence commonly known by police as 'ringing the changes,' the first man handed over pounds 320 in pounds 20 notes to the cashier and asked them to change it into pounds 10 notes.
Detectives said the crook - thought to be a persistent petty thief - dived behind the shop counter and shoved the terri-fied cashier out of the way before raiding the till.
New entrants may start as a clerk carrying out administrative and processing tasks in the 'back room' of the bank, progressing to bank cashier o n the front desk dealing with customers' accounts and enquiries.