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cas

(kæz)
mod. okay; fine. (see also cazh.) That’s cas, man. Good to hear it.
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Former Tana River Governor Hussein Dado was named the CAS in the Ministry of Devolution and ASAL areas.
Started in 1965 as a project to uniquely identify and track chemical substance information, the CAS Registry system is the only complete and accurate source of unique identifiers, known as CAS Registry Numbers for all organic and inorganic substances disclosed in scientific publications and other reputable sources.
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But, in practice, more and more CAS Awards are being published, (1) especially on the CAS official website.
In a separate announcement, CAS said that as it becomes a scientific power, it will pass on its technical knowledge to developing countries.
CAS is already being used in Alaska to preserve milt and roe of cod, a product that had been impossible to freeze and still maintain market value.
CAS and other welfare agencies screen for domestic violence in all cases, including locating, interviewing, and assessing all partners involved.
CAS Science Spotlight is a free web service that identifies the most cited chemistry-related research publications as reflected by the more than 51 million citations found in the journals, patents, conference proceedings and other sources covered by CAS.
To identify and eliminate redundancy, Axion uses a CAS architecture.
However, now that CAS has been extended to all parts of the federal government, many more CPAs in smaller firms will need to become involved.
It appears that the provisions of CAS 408 can account for BV.
Since 2006, we have acquired six strong companies with the goal of providing exceptional service to our clients," said CAS Partners CEO Toni Portmann.
TORONTO -- An Ontario Judge rejected an affidavit in a children's aid case, saying its sole purpose was to bolster the credibility of a former Brant CAS employee "in a way that usurped the function of cross-examination of the former worker and the court's assessment of her credibility.
To solve the quandary of managing and accessing large amounts of fixed content, a new category of networked storage has emerged: "content addressed storage" or CAS.
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society, has announced the release of CAS Science Spotlight, a new Web service that reveals the most highly cited and requested chemistry-related research publications as reflected by the citations included in the CAS databases and the full-text documents requested by scientists through the ChemPort Connection.