from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. computer-aided manufacturing
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- Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- Common Area Maintenance (Real Estate)
- computer-aided manufacturing (Manufacturing)
- abbr. Campeche, a state of Mexico.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There has been a P2P cam of this around for a little while now, so wouldnt surprise me if CAMERAs version is from the same source but here is the first "scene" CAM anyway.
Defendant CAM is a German corporation, but one with a substantial presence in the US, including an American subsidiary and an America-based joint venture with plaintiffs; it also consented to American jurisdiction to resolve conflicts relating to the joint venture.
After a merger with several stronger savings banks fell apart, the lender, which is known by its Spanish acronym CAM, has said it is left with a €2.8 billion capital hole under new Spanish rules on capital ratios, a key measure of a bank's financial strength.
"CAM" -- which of course is a highly variable category.
Source was captured on 19 Jun 71, by US Forces in CAM LO District,
But when it comes to complementary and alternative medicine also referred to as CAM aimed at prevention, many experts agree that the UK lags behind the US in access to -- and acceptance of -- integrative therapies.
He declined to say how much money the bank, known as CAM, needed, but analysts calculate that it would be enough to give the FROB control of more than 50% of the bank.
Many succulents possess a water-efficient variant of photosynthesis called CAM, an acronym for Crassulacean Acid Metabolism.
Numerous reports of bogus CAM aka Woo growing in its presence and influence in mainstream medical schools have appeared in essays by ORAC and Dr. RW as well as others.
Panda Bear MD, in the usual humble, roundabout, beating-around-the-bush style of his, has just trashed the whole so-called CAM movement more thoroughly than I could ever hope to.