CMAI

AcronymDefinition
CMAIChemical Market Associates, Inc.
CMAICohen Mansfield Agitation Inventory
CMAIClothing Manufacturers Association of India
CMAIChinese Martial Arts Institute (Fairfax, VA)
CMAICommunication and Manufacturing Association of India (telecommunications association; New Delhi, India)
CMAICow Milk Allergy/Intolerance (food allergies)
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I left that enquiry and turned away to consider whether justice is virtue and wisdom or evil and folly; and when there arose a further question about the comparative advantages of justice and injustice, I could not refrain from passing on to that.
This underlines previous findings where pain was found to be an important underlying cause for agitation assessed with CMAI in people with dementia.
The mean CMAI and GDS scores were 38 [+ or -] 14 (range, 29-82) and 5 [+ or -] 4 (range, 0-14), respectively.
National Telecom Awards 2011 is presented by CMAI Association of India, an apex non-profit trade promotion organization based in India with MOU partners and representatives spread across globe.
One of the key features of next month's GPCA Annual Forum is the Chemicals Market Outlook Seminar, conducted by the global market intelligence consultancy firm CMAI and taking place in Dubai on Tuesday December 7, 2010.
According to US consultants CMAI, world ethylene capacity will increase by 8.
Please note that polycarbonate is now included in the new CMAI World PC/ABS Analysis.
The clients of the CMAI services include a range of chemical and oil refining companies, technology & engineering enterprises, banking and financial institutions, plastic converters, textile and apparel manufacturers, retailers, government agencies and trading groups.
Chemical and resin markets have region-specific subscriber indices such as Platt's, CMAI, CDI, and ICIS, that provide market pricing for many commodity items based on weekly surveys of buyers and sellers.
All three CMAI subscales showed a significant time effect over the two-month intervention period.
This adapted CMAI utilized a dichotomous scoring system that involved caregivers to indicate that a behavior either occurred or did not occur during a bathing session.
An association of Protestant medical missionaries and other Western and Indian doctors who shared its objectives, the CMAI recognized the urgency of providing Indian Christian doctors with the level of training and commitment necessary to work as colleagues in mission hospitals.