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  • Cut(Definition of cut)
  • "looks to me like it was cut.

  • Cd(Definition of cd)
  • 1 2 3 1 2 3 cd{0} + d'a{0} + c'b{0}; cd + d'a + c'b > ab{0} - = =

  • Gte
  • Redjack: revenge of the brethren is an action-adventure video game developed by cyberflix and gte entertainment, and released by thq in 1998.

  • Cod(Definition of COD)
  • Cod have been caught as long as a man and weighing over a hundred pounds.

  • Jet(Definition of jet)
  • Cit(Definition of Cit)
  • If the socialists, who are forever railing against these self-same army poltroons, only knew it! an imperial highness threatened like a small "cit" with a four-foot sword in the hand of a drunken royal highness and dragged to a couch with no more ceremony than a street-walker passing a cossack barracks!

  • Jut(Definition of jut)
  • Ca(Definition of ca)
  • This is a plain compound of ca-asta-bala, the place or temple of asta bala; the same deity, as by the syrians was called baaltis.

  • Act(Definition of act)
  • Why does not tony act?"

  • Cot(Definition of cot)
  • A new cot is provided by the bride's father, and on it is spread a red cloth.

  • Vt
  • Tc
  • Cart(Definition of cart)
  • There was a cart coming on slowly behind them.

  • Qt
  • Co(Definition of co)
  • They removed from franklin co.

  • Oct(Definition of oct)
  • Kit(Definition of kit)
  • Cr
  • Cr. 8vo. 5s.

  • Ctn
  • Bmtcn: blood and marrow transplant certified nurse bn: bachelor of nursing bnsc: bachelor of nursing science bps: bachelor of professional studies with a concentration in nursing bs: bachelor of science with nursing major bscn: bachelor of science in nursing (canada) bhsc nsg: bachelor of health science—nursing nursing qualification for rns in australia bsn: bachelor of science in nursing c canp: certified adult nurse practitioner capa: certified ambulatory perianesthesia nurse carn: certified addictions registered nurse catn-i: course in advanced trauma nursing -instructor (not intended for postnominal use) catn-p: course in advanced trauma nursing -provider (not intended for postnominal use) cbcn: certified breast care nurse cbn: certified bariatric nurse cccn: certified continence care nurse ccds: certified clinical documentation specialist cce: certified childbirth educator ccm: certified case manager ccns: acute care clinical nurse specialist ccrn: certification in acute/critical care nursing cctc: certified clinical transplant coordinator cctn: certified clinical transplant nurse cdal: certified director of assisted living cddn: certified developmental disabilities nurse cde: certified diabetes educator cdms: certified disability management specialist cdn: certified dialysis nurse cdona/ltc: certified director of nursing administration/long term care c-efm: certified in electronic fetal monitoring cen: certified emergency nurse cenp: certified executive in nursing practice cetn: certified enterostomal therapy nurse cfcn: certified foot care nurse cfn: certified forensic nurse cfnp: certified family nurse practitioner cfrn: certified flight registered nurse cgn: certified gastroenterology nurse cgrn: certified gastroenterology registered nurse ches: certified health education specialist chn: certified hemodialysis nurse chpln: certified hospice and palliative licensed nurse chpn: certified hospice and palliative nurse chpna: certified hospice and palliative nursing assistant chppn: certified hospice and palliative pediatric nurse chrn: certified hyperbaric registered nurse chse: certified healthcare simulation educator chse-a: certified healthcare simulation educator-advanced chsos: certified healthcare simulation operations specialist cic: certified in infection control clc: certified lactation counselor clnc: certified legal nurse consultant cls: clinical laboratory scientist cm: certified midwife cma: certified medical assistant cmas: certified medical audit specialist cmc: cardiac medicine certification cmcn: certified managed care nurse cmdsc: certified mds coordinator cmsrn: certified medical—surgical registered nurse cna: certified nursing assistant cncc(c): certified nurse in critical care (canada) cne: certified nursing educator cne: chief nurse executive cnl: clinical nurse leader cnlcp: certified nurse life care planner cnm: certified nurse midwife cnml: certified nurse manager and leader cnn: certified in nephrology nursing cno: chief nursing officer cnor: certified perioperative nurse cnp: certified nurse practitioner c-npt: certified in neonatal pediatric transport cnrn: certified neuroscience registered nurse cns: clinical nurse specialist cnsn: certified nutrition support nurse cocn: certified ostomy care nurse cohc: certified occupational hearing conservationist cohn: certified occupational health nurse cohn/cm: certified occupational health nurse/case manager cohn-s: certified occupational health nurse—specialist cohn-s/cm: certified occupational health nurse—specialist/case manager corln: certified otorhinolaryngology nurse cpan: certified post anesthesia nurse cpdn: certified peritoneal dialysis nurse cpen: certified pediatric emergency nurse cphon: certified pediatric hematology oncology nurse cphq: certified professional in healthcare quality cplc: certified in perinatal loss care cpn: certified pediatric nurse or community psychiatric nurse (united kingdom) cpna: certified pediatric nurse associate cpnl: certified practical nurse, long-term care cpnp: certified pediatric nurse practitioner cpon: certified pediatric oncology nurse cpsn: certified plastic surgical nurse crn: certified radiologic nurse crna: certified registered nurse anesthetist crnfa: certified registered nurse first assistant crni: certified registered nurse infusion crnl: certified registered nurse, long-term care crno: certified registered nurse in ophthalmology crnp: certified registered nurse practitioner crrn: certified rehabilitation registered nurse crrn-a: certified rehabilitation registered nurse—advanced cs: clinical specialist csc: cardiac surgery certification csha: certified specialist in hospital accreditation csn: certified school nurse c-spi: certified specialist in poison information ct: certified in thanatology (dying, death and bereavement) ctn: certified transcultural nurse ctrn: certified transport registered nurse ctrs: certified therapeutic recreational specialist cua: certified urologic associate cucns: certified urologic clinical nurse specialist cunp: certified urologic nurse practitioner curn: certified urologic registered nurse cvicu: cardiovascular intensive care unit cvn: certified vascular nurse cvor: cardiovascular operating room cvrn-bc: cardiovascular nurse-board certified.

  • Jct
  • Ctr
  • In general, ads on content networks have a much lower click-through rate (ctr) and conversion rate (cr) than ads found on serps and consequently are less highly valued.

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • Her fingers fastened quivering upon his coat.

  • Cud(Definition of cud)
  • He cast his bitter cud aside.

  • Pct
  • Kt
  • Cad(Definition of cad)
  • "i am a cad who has played a crooked trick on a quiet village and a decent woman for a private reason of his own.

  • Curt(Definition of curt)
  • "naught that you can bestow," was the curt reply.

  • T
  • Cute(Definition of cute)
  • Oh, what a cute little pond!

  • Crt(Definition of crt)
  • The numbers of boats have been rising, with the number of licensed boats (not all of them narrowboats) on canals and rivers managed by the canal & river trust (crt) estimated at about 27,000 in 2006 and over 30,000 in 2014.

  • Catt
  • Now aren't you ashamed of yourself, tabitha catt?

  • Cat(Definition of cat)
  • The mother cat would run ahead, calling to the little ones to follow her.

  • Gut(Definition of gut)
  • Do you know this gut?

  • C(Definition of C)
  • The first to appear were the a.d.c.'s.

  • Get(Definition of get)
  • Get him in here."

  • Cote(Definition of cote)
  • In fact, like joseff, have you got a cote of many cullers?

  • Cwt(Definition of cwt)
  • Each charge contains four tons of salt cake, and some of these revolvers get through 18 tons of salt cake per day and consume 13 cwt. of coal per ton of cake decomposed.

  • Cdt
  • Cadets begin their usma careers as trainees (new cadets), then advance in rank, starting as cdt privates (freshmen) and culminating as cdt officers (seniors).

  • Jot(Definition of jot)
  • Cato
  • But the tribune was in danger of being turned out of his office, by the opposition that cato made against it.

  • Ct
  • Christian science in the age of mary baker eddy, westport, ct: greenwood publishing company, 1994.

  • Git
  • Oh, i 'll nevah be able to git a job ag'in.

  • Got(Definition of Got)
  • I've got to be moving.

  • Cst
  • By 17:37 cst on may 13, a total of over 15,600 troops and militia reservists from the chengdu military region had joined the rescue force in the heavily affected areas.

  • Coot(Definition of coot)
  • The frosts of october and the following months drive across the inland sea myriads of greenshanks, wood, the common and little sandpipers, stilts, water-rails, the common, spotted baillons, and little crakes, and the coot.

  • Qty
  • Gt
  • The race saw gt cars return to long distance racing at mount panorama for the first time since the 2003 bathurst 24 hour.

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