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CRS

rude slang An abbreviation for "can't remember shit," a phrase used when one has difficulty remembering things or is feigning forgetfulness. Geez, CRS! I'm so sorry I forgot your birthday!
See also: CR
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CRS

verb
See also: CR
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Dr Kim said: 'CRS is one of the common rhinologic diseases and, despite receiving optimal medical and surgical treatment, some patients with CRS have repeated, persistent symptoms, which have made this condition challenging to manage.
"People who have CRS have it pretty bad," he said, and "Very few people are not seeking a lot of medical care for their symptoms."
Structural heart defects (135; 65.2% of patients with suspected CRS) and eye abnormalities (94; 45.4%) were the most common findings leading to a diagnosis of suspected CRS; 37 (17.9%) children had hearing impairment.
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Pakistan is not yet a signatory to the CRS, however, in September 2016 Pakistan has signed the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters and became 104th signatory to the Convention.
The study population included 45 pediatric and adult patients treated with Actemra, with or without additional high-dose corticosteroids, for severe or life-threatening CRS.
When used properly, CRS reduce fatal injuries by 71 percent for children less than 1 year old in passenger cars [4].
—Denny Wood, CRS, a broker associate with the Keller Williams Alaska Group in Anchorage, AK, has been an active CRS member for over 16 years, earning his CRS Designation in 1994.
On July 21, 2014, the OECD released the first version of the Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters, which contained the different model competent authority agreements (MCAAs) to be signed by the participating jurisdictions (including a multilateral MCAA, a bilateral MCAA, and a nonreciprocal MCAA); the CRS itself, which provided the documentation and due-diligence rules applicable to the financial institutions; as well as commentaries on the provisions of the MCAA and the CRS user guide.
The first (http://www.nasa.gov/offices/c3po/home/CRS-Announcement-Dec-08.html) CRS contracts marked an important turning point for commercial partnerships with NASA.
CRS said its "Avoiding Risk, Affirming Life" program, which ran 2005-2010, spread the message in Rwanda that abstinence and fidelity were the best and only sure methods of stemming the spread of HIV.
Confessing some embarrassment, he asked if, as the CRS's resident expert on the U.S.
Directors of CCRIs and heads of Cotton Research Stations (CRS) attended the training.
This is also true for the term "campos rupestres' (henceforth CRs), coined by the botanist Magalhaes (1966) to substitute the aforementioned older names applied to Brazilian open mountaintop vegetation.
CARDIFF Roofing Supplies, commonly known as CRS, has been acquired by Robert Price, the largest independent builders' merchants in South Wales.