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cis

(Describing) one who identifies as the gender that corresponds to their sex at birth; (describing) one who is not transgender. The term is a shortening of "cisgender." If you were born male and identify as a man, then you're cis. Just because someone is cis doesn't mean they can't support trans rights.

cisgender

(Describing) one who identifies as the gender that corresponds to their sex at birth; (describing) one who is not transgender. If you were born male and identify as man, then you're cisgender. Just because someone is cisgender doesn't mean they can't support trans rights.
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Another top military source who didn't want his name in print gave credence to the report by The Centre for International and Strategic Studies (CISS).
The secondary finding was the change in task-oriented coping score on the CISS showed a tendency towards a significant difference between the IPC and CAU groups.
CISS looks forward to its continued partnership with ACA and its commitment to making our world healthier and safer.
With the aim to evaluate cystic lesion of brain with emphasis on spectroscopy and CISS on MRI, this study was conducted on 35 patients at Assam Medical College and Hospital, Dibrugarh, with a suspicion of brain SOLs by neurologists, paediatricians and physicians from in and around Dibrugarh over a period of one year from January 2011 to December 2012.
Roeder and Lehman [1] show the significant benefits of employing the strength provided by the steel casing in addition to the infilled concrete for the design of a CISS pile.
The benefit of a PSI would definitely outweigh its cost which since it will only cover 20 percent of the country's imports will not cost as much as when the coverage was comprehensive during the 1991-2001 CISS years.
DAVIES - SUSANNAH (Ciss) Passed away suddenly at her home in Welshpool on April 27 2015, aged 95 years.
In addition, a partial loss of constructive interference in a steady state (CISS) signal was noted in the basal turn and the middle turn (figure 2, A) of the cochlea.
Speaking at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the CISS, Marillyn Hewson, chairman, president and CEO of Lockheed Martin, highlighted the company's commitment to enhancing the development of the UAE's skill-base to deliver economic benefits.
Speaking at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the CISS, Marillyn Hewson, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Lockheed Martin, highlighted the company's commitment to enhancing the development of the UAE's skill-base to deliver economic benefits.
Shaw, Sydney Chatman, Najwa I, Darlene Blackburn, Geraldine Williams, Idella Reed-Davis, Babu Atiba, Joel Hall, Alfred (Fred) Baker, Amaniyea Payne, Idy Ciss, Kevin Iega Jeff, Tosha Alston, and Daniel "Brave Monk" Haywood), Young (Northwestern University) and Zabriskie (New College of Florida) create a portrait of a diverse, dynamic artistic community between 1970 and 2010, framed with helpful guides, including a chronology of key events, a glossary of names, and an appendix of leading performing arts institutions in Chicago, Illinois, the third most populous city in the United States, home to 2.7 million residents (17% Black), and home to the third largest urban Black population in the U.S.
Revealing the news to Mary, known as Ciss, who was born at Freeman Road, Aston, and later moved with her family to nearby Trevor Street, Osmond says: "I am sorry but you will have to put the wedding off for this week.
With regard to task-oriented coping style as measured by the CISS, the mean score at exit (M = 64.3, SD = 8.1) was significantly higher than the mean score at baseline (M = 56.1, SD = 7.1), t(15) = 3.05, P = 0.008, 95% CI [2.45, 13.80], and Hedges's grm = 1.04.
y D Ciss Taking nothing away from Alan Pardew (inset), and the incredible job he did to take them into Europe, mid-table security is probably their natural habitat.