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CMTCountry Music Television
CMTComment
CMTCountry Music Television, Inc
CMTConnecticut Mastery Test
CMTCertified Massage Therapist
CMTComisión del Mercado de las Telecomunicaciones (Spain)
CMTCement
CMTCharcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (muscular atrophy)
CMTChip Multi-Threading (Sun Microsystems)
CMTChartered Market Technician
CMTCore Molding Technologies (Columbus, OH)
CMTCold Metal Transfer (welding)
CMTConstruction Materials Testing (Des Moines, IA)
CMTConstant Maturity Treasury
CMTCollectionneurs de Médailles Touristiques (French: Tourist Medal Collectors)
CMTCrisis Management Team
CMTCompagnie Minière de Touissit (French; Moroccan mining company)
CMTCertified Medical Transcriptionist
CMTCommittee of Ministers of Trade (South Africa)
CMTCrédit Municipal de Toulon (French bank)
CMTComité Martiniquais du Tourisme (French: Martinique Tourism Committee; Martinique)
CMTCommunications, Media and Technology (various organizations)
CMTCentre des Musiques Traditionnelles (French: Center for Traditional Music)
CMTCics Maintained Data Table
CMTCode Metric Tool
CMTConfigurable Messenger Transmitter
CMTContainer Managed Transactions
CMTChip Multi Threading Technology
CMTConvertible Mini Tower
CMTConnection Management
CMTConstrained Multidimensional Transform Technology
CMTChannel Measurement Tool
CMTCommitted
CMTChpid Mapping Tool
CMTChannel Mapping Tool
CMTCcs Message Transport
CMTCentroid Moment Tensor (seismology)
CMTComputed Microtomography
CMTCalifornia Mastitis Test
CMTConfédération Mondiale du Travail (French: World Workers Confederation)
CMTCrawford, Murphy & Tilly (engineering firm; Springfield, IL)
CMTCash Management Trust
CMTCondensed Matter Theory
CMTConfederación Mundial del Trabajo (Spanish: World Confederation of Labour)
CMTCorporate Management Team
CMTConsommation Médicale Totale (French: Total Medical Consumption)
CMTConvertible Mini Tower (Hewlett Packard PC)
CMTComputer Music Toolkit (software)
CMTConnection Management (Sprint)
CMTCompagnie des Moteurs et Transmissions (French: Engines and Transmissions Company)
CMTConstruction and Mining Technique
CMTCorporate Minimum Tax (various locations)
CMTCustomary Marine Tenure
CMTCommunication Management Team (various businesses)
CMTCapital Management Techniques (finance)
CMTCreative Music Therapy
CMTCultured Marble Top
CMTContent Management Tool
CMTCreative Marketing Team (Texas)
CMTCertified Music Therapist
CMTComposite Material Technology (various organizations)
CMTCertificate Management Tool
CMTCut, Make & Trim (price term used in garment industry)
CMTCampus Ministry Team (various schools)
CMTCarrie Music Television
CMTCore Management Team
CMTCompagnie Multi-Technique (French machinery manufacturer)
CMTClomethiazole
CMTConfiguration Management Tool
CMTCryptographic Module Testing
CMTCadmium Mercury Telluride
CMTCulturally Modified Tree (archaeology)
CMTCertified Medical Technician
CMTChiropractic Manipulative Therapy
CMTCellular Mobile Telephone
CMTCentral Macular Thickness (ophthalmology)
CMTCreative Market Tokyo (Japan)
CMTCoupled-Mode Theory (optics)
CMTCervical Motion Tenderness
CMTChâtenay Malabry Tennis (French tennis club)
CMTChinese Medicine Times (various locations)
CMTConstruction Management Team
CMTContract Management Team
CMTCyberterra Mean Time (virtual realm)
CMTCentre for Music Technology (University of Glasgow, UK)
CMTComputer Mediated Technology (social interaction and education)
CMTCanine Massage Therapy
CMTCoaching, Mentoring, Training
CMTCompagnie Méridionale d'Application Thermique (French air conditioning company)
CMTCombat Medical Technician (British Army Royal Army Medical Corps)
CMTCellular Messaging Teleservice
CMTCombat Maneuver Training
CMTContinuous Mapping Theorem
CMTCommon Military Training (Australian military)
CMTCréations Miniatures de Touraine (French: Miniature Creations of Touraine; Touraine, France)
CMTCircus Movement Tachycardia
CMTCable Management Trays
CMTCalcium-Magnesium-Titanate
CMTCorvallis Micro Technology
CMTCertificate of Music Teaching (St. Cecilia School of Music; Australia)
CMTCardiac Monitor Technician
CMTCitizen's Military Training (Philippines)
CMTChildrens Musical Theatre
CMTConfiguration Management Team
CMTCommie Mutant Traitor (role playing game)
CMTCritical Mobile Targets
CMTContent Management Team
CMTCharacter-Mode Terminal (Nortel)
CMTCompany Maintenance Team
CMTConfederation Management Tool
CMTCorrection Message Table
CMTContact Maintenance Truck
CMTCovariance Matrix Taper
CMTCheck My Thread
CMTContract Maintenance Team
CMTCorrected Mean Temperature
CMTCanadian Mining Technology (MMS Canada)
CMTCourse Modeling Tool
CMTChronic Multiple Tic (syndrome)
CMTCompliance Management Tool (software used to track environmental compliance issues)
CMTCombat Mission Trainer
CMTCraft Manufacturing & Tooling (Hot Springs, Arkansas)
CMTCustomer Management and Technology (Sprint)
CMTCrew Maintenance Time
CMTCertificate of Military Training (UK)
CMTCharge Medical Technician (USAF)
CMTCrane Motor Traction
CMTCybermedia Technologies, Inc.
CMTCountermine Tactics
CMTChronic Mebendazole Therapy
CMTCritical Mission Thread
CMTComisión de Mercado de las Telcomunicaciones
CMTControl, Monitor & Test
CMTCorporate MOR Team
CMTCentrally Maintained Table (database management)
CMTComponent Management Tool
CMTCrew Mission Time (US Coast Guard)
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The style of these buildings evinces that the architect possessed neither the art of using lime or cement of any kind, nor the skill to throw an arch, construct a roof, or erect a stair ; and yet, with all this ignorance, showed great ingenuity in selecting the situation of Burghs, and regulating the access to them, as well as neatness and regularity in the erection, since the buildings themselves show a style of advance in the arts scarcely consistent with the ignorance of so many of the principal branches of architectural knowledge.
The builders had attained the art of using cement, and of roofing a building, great improvements on the original Burgh.
It was dug out under the wing of the house, was plastered and cemented, with a stairway and an outside door by which the men came and went.
As I remember it now, the thing that was uppermost in my mind was the desire to say something that would cement the friendship of the races and bring about hearty cooperation between them.
It is a recognition that will do more to cement the friendship of the two races than any occurrence since the dawn of our freedom.
And when quarrels arose--as one frequently finds Quarrels will, spite of every endeavor-- The song of the Jubjub recurred to their minds, And cemented their friendship for ever!
He attacked this wall, cemented by the hand of time, with his pickaxe.
After several blows he perceived that the stones were not cemented, but had been merely placed one upon the other, and covered with stucco; he inserted the point of his pickaxe, and using the handle as a lever, with joy soon saw the stone turn as if on hinges, and fall at his feet.
We are old friends now, united in that unchangeable friendship which is born and cemented amidst extreme dangers.
The union Anna had cemented turned out to be of no solid character, and family harmony was breaking down again at the same point.
Smyth, a respectable woman from the settlement in Canada, whither they were fleeing, being fortunately about crossing the lake to return thither, had consented to appear as the aunt of little Harry; and, in order to attach him to her, he had been allowed to remain, the two last days, under her sole charge; and an extra amount of petting, jointed to an indefinite amount of seed-cakes and candy, had cemented a very close attachment on the part of the young gentleman.
But the return was no such easy matter: the stones were smooth and neatly cemented, and the rose-bushes and black-berry stragglers could yield no assistance in re-ascending.