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CRAMChallenge-Response Authentication Mechanism
CRAMCaisse Régionale d'Assurance Maladie
CRAMCross Region Access Method
CRAMCounter Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar
CRAMContract Research and Manufacturing
CRAMCounty Road Association of Michigan
CRAMCard Random Access Memory
CRAMCyberspatial Reality Advancement Movement
CRAMCentro de Recuperação de Animais Marinhos (Brazilian Marine Animal Rescue Center)
CRAMCommon Reflection Angle Migration (seismic processing)
CRAMClube de Radioamadores de Americana (Brazil)
CRAMComités Régionaux d'Aéro-Modélisme (French aero-modeling club)
CRAMcontrol random access memory
CRAMChalcogenide Random Access Memory (phase-change computer memory technology)
CRAMCache Random Access Memory
CRAMComputational Random Access Memory
CRAMComputerized Reliability Analysis Method
CRAMCommunications Routing and Metering
CRAMCell Re-Labelling At Merge Points
CRAMConditional Routing Allocation Message
CRAMContractual Requirements Recording Analysis and Management
CRAMCreate, Remove, Access, Modify (computing)
CRAMCumulative Radio Audience Method
CRAMCustomer Requisitioning Account Module
CRAMContinuously Rotating Autocompensation Mechanization
CRAMCombat Resource Allocation Model
CRAMControl Room Area Monitor
CRAMCalifornia Refugee Awareness Month
CRAMCardiovascular Risk Assessment and Management Project
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Cram worked for the Canadian Council for Refugees, as president of in 1980.
Cram said the race, the seventh year it's been held, is on course to be the biggest yet - with 4,000 competitors confirmed.
Cram paid tribute to scottishathletics' Club Together programme which was set up to find new athletes.
"We chose to go with a cold meal because of ease in transport and food safety," says Cram. The meals are prepared at the high school and delivered to the elementary schools daily.
Cram said: "People are waking up to the fact Laura is a contender for the team which is great."
Cram, nicknamed the 'Jarrow Arrow', stressed the importance of personal goal setting, mentoring and coaching.
Cram, who won two European titles over 1500 metres in 1982 and 1986, believes the British team should be looking to capitalise on the relatively weak standard of athletics in Europe, even if he is disappointed by their own lack of recent progress.
This month marks the one-year anniversary of an important symbolic victory for the Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA's) advocacy efforts--the defeat of bankruptcy "cram down" legislation in the U.S.
They could have put a pile of melting snow in his seat and it would have carried more authority than Cram.
Cram's seat tippeth over Live darts Sky Sports 1, 7pm "WE'RE on the edge of our seats," spluttered a delighted Steve Cram at the conclusion of a curling tussle between Canada and Britain, writes Steve Davies.
The book also includes a perforated fold-out cram sheet.
And most importantly, the Senate-passed bill does not give bankruptcy judges the authority to cram down mortgages.