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CRIMSClient Relationship Information Management System (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency)
CRIMSChemical Reaction Interface Mass Spectrometry
CRIMSCost-Risk Identification and Management System
CRIMSCriminal Records Information Management System
CRIMSChemical Reaction Interface Mass Spectrometer
CRIMSCross-Track Infrared Microwave
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All records of persons with confirmed diagnoses of HIV infection between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2015, were extracted from CRIMS and then further screened for study eligibility criteria, which were (1) being ≥13 years of age at the time of diagnosis and (2) having acquired HIV through heterosexual contact, male-to-male sexual contact, or injecting drug use.
The Crim road race started out as the brainchild of then Michigan House Speaker Bobby Crim and his administrative assistant, Lois Craig.
Does Mr Winsor want to forget about all the past crimes? Funny time to suggest this as we are just getting to grips with what a vile sex offender Jimmy Savile was.
tells the story of the Crims family, who have packed their load-like truck, left their failing Iowa farm behind in the dead of night, and headed for Los Angeles in order to escape their debts and find a better life.
The Contents page gives further indication with the subheadings: Convicts, Crims and Con-artists; Bushrangers and Rebels; Politicians and Lawmakers; Prospectors and Settlers; and Eccentrics and Oddballs.
Helping him nab the crims is officer Jack Malone from the FBI's missing persons crew who will be familiar to fans of that other US detective series, Without a Trace.
In 2007, with the support of COACTEA, SiMERR and CRIMS SEA*ACT hosted a 1-day workshop at St Bede's in Braidwood on Planning Lessons using Science and Maths Learning Objects with Dr Olivia Clarke of the Le@rning Federation.
`Wore.' [2 affinitives: bore = (1) carried, (2) be boring; and both must be `worn' or borne.] cons cops [3 antonyms: (1 n.) crims v.
This technique, known as CRIMS (chemical reaction interface mass spectrometry), is used to investigate metabolites produced after administration of a labeled drug in a manner that is similar to the way in which carbon14 is used as a tracer in drug metabolism studies.
Not only are these beautiful creatures (the horses) being looked after as they deserve, but these less beautiful creatures (the crims) are learning the joys of empathy and affection that can only come to those who have cared for the basic needs of a fellow mammal-and are necessarily improving their own twisted personalities as a result.