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AcronymDefinition
CLUCalifornia Lutheran University (Thousand Oaks, California)
CLUChartered Life Underwriter (insurance)
CLUCluster (object-oriented programming language)
CLUChristian Leadership University (online college)
CLUChange in Land Use (zoning; various locations)
CLUClaremont Lincoln University (Claremont, CA)
CLUCommand Line Utility
CLUCivil Liberties Union
CLUCodified Likeness Utility (Tron)
CLUCommunity Labor United (various locations)
CLUCommand & Launch Unit
CLUContainer Launch Unit
CLUCentral Labor Union
CLUCommunity Land Unit (UK)
CLUConcept Lumière Urbaine (French: Urban Light Concept; design contest)
CLUCircuit Line Up
CLUCommunion and Liberation University
CLUCommon Logic Unit
CLUConstant Linear Unit
CLUConditional Location Update
CLUContainerized Latrine Unit
CLUConsejo de Latinos Unidos
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The PCR primers were 5'-AAC CTG CCA AAT ATG ATG AC-3' (forward) and 5'-TTG AAG TCA GAG GAG ACC AC-3' (reverse) for GAPDH, 5'-TGA TCC CAT CAC TGT GAC GG-3' (forward) and 5'-GCT TTT TGC GGT ATT CCT GC-3' (reverse) for the CLU gene, 5'-TGG AGG GCT TCT ACG TTG TC-3' (forward), and 5'-CAG AGT GGC AGC AGC ATG AAG AG-3' (reverse) for the BACE-1 gene.
Timothy McLanahan, CLU, ChFC, AEP, principal and shareholder of Becker Suffern McLanahan has been designated as an accredited estate planner.
State government levies rates on CLU and EDC depending on the particular place or district.
It didn't suit me, so I decided to return to what I do best and re-start CLU Design."
The aim of this study is to investigate the possible roles of LCN2, an inflammatory adipocytokine; CLU, an enigmatic protein associated with inflammation; sTNFR-1 and IL-6, which are among the proinflammatory cytokines; homocysteine and UA in the pathogenesis of psoriasis, that is, an inflammatory skin disorder.
Founders Clark and Wengert were still at the publishing helm while Richard Budlong, CLU, remained editor.
Os tratamentos ficaram assim definidos: T1 - Testemunha, sem adubacao (T); T2 - Adubacao mineral + Adubacao organica (AM + AO): T3 - Esterco de gado (EG); T4 - Cama de frango (CF); T5 - Torta de filtro (TF); T6 - Composto de lixo urbano + Adubacao organomineral (CLU + AOM); T7 - Esterco de gado + Adubacao mineral (EG + AM); T8 - Cama de frango + Adubacao mineral (CF + AM); T9 - Torta de filtro + Adubacao mineral (TF + AM) e T10 - Composto de lixo urbano + Adubacao mineral (CLU + AM).
The lanyard is just glued onto the CLU and over time it works loose.
Speech and its associated cousins of natural language processing (NLP) and clinical language understanding (CLU) technology are boosting existing technological innovations to let clinicians focus more on direct patient care and less on documentation.
Featured speakers during the day long program include: "The Kick-Off" with Maxine Stone CLU, ChFC, Life Manager of Aetna C & S, whose topic is "Life in the P & C Agency, A Marriage Made in Heaven." Next the "'Team Captains Meet" when agents from Leading company producer councils explore company/agent relationships; panelists include Mark Griffith Sr., the Griffith Agency; Don Liebert, the Don Liebert Agency; Philip O'Shea, Philip J.
The C-allele, or variant, of the clusterin gene (CLU) appears to impair the development of the fatty myelin sheaths that protect nerve fibers connecting brain cells to one another.
In addition, Webmedx's natural language processing (NLP) driven Quality Analytics application enhances Nuance's clinical language understanding (CLU) innovations.