CLEMS

AcronymDefinition
CLEMSComputerized Limb Volume Measurement System (orthopaedics)
CLEMSColorado Laboratory for Environmental Mass Spectrometry (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
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There was a song Joe used to hum fragments of at the forge, of which the burden was Old Clem. This was not a very ceremonious way of rendering homage to a patron saint; but, I believe Old Clem stood in that relation towards smiths.
Clems are well-known in North East rugby circles for their fundraising efforts - more than pounds 50,000 for good causes so far - and legendary touring exploits.
Clems are also regulars around the North East, with the stated aim of playing in the last week of every month.
The Clems acquired the 1.7-acre former North Pine Gardens development at 1705 S.
Clem said Whitebird Construction has been chosen as the contractor for the new building, which was designed by Mark Neal of M.J.
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