CMUS


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CMUSCisco MeetingPlace Upgrades and Support (course)
CMUSCrew Module Uprighting System (US NASA)
CMUSCeskomoravská Unie Stredu (Czech political party)
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FD is established through CMUS, which included bondage, swim-induced fatigue, electrical stimulation, fasting, and concussion.
New Pocan AF4130 serves as a housing material for a battery management units (BMU) and two cell monitoring units (CMU).
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This project consists of CMU facilities, power generation and associated utilities, wellness and recreation areas, and roadways.
These assemblies included varying thicknesses of CMU, varying types and quantities of insulation, and various framing constructions.
More sophisticated models accounting for the multilayered structure of tissues such as the skin are needed to extend even further the field of application of CMUS.
CMUs, networks of smaller centres, are set to replace traditional maternity hospitals in Scotland over the next ten years or so.
A network of smaller centres known as Community Maternity Units (CMUs) will replace traditional maternity hospitals.
His latest foray into new technologies designed to deliver better-built and healthier homes is aerated autoclaved concrete block, a lightweight alternative to CMUs with a 50-year track record in European markets.
Building walls with the RBS is theoretically much faster than building with concrete masonry units (CMUs).
Reinhardt, a forensic architect, used slides to show FST damage to homes where untreated wood was used in interior applications or concrete masonry units (CMUs) were placed in contact with soil.
Concrete masonry units (CMUs) are widely used for public works facilities because of their low cost and durability.