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- abbr. commander
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- call detail record: a computer record representing a unit of traffic handled by a telephone exchange.
- common data rate
- content of decrement of register: cdr is a Lisp (and Scheme) instruction, that has become a verb in the MIT: "to cdr down" means to evaluate the items of a list one by one.
- cup-to-disc ratio
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A practicing dietician not registered with the ADA or CDR is liable to face prosecution in over 90% of the country.
Given that the useful life of a CDR is sometimes about 2 years, it’s long overdue for rescue and another backup, but where is it?
According to the website, the CDR is a "non-partisan coalition of divorce reform leaders, marriage educators, domestic violence experts, scholars and concerned citizens dedicated to efforts to reduce unnecessary divorce and promote healthy marriages."
I don't sit outside the dorm every single day waiting for her to walk to the CDR, which is in the student center, which is the next building over from my dorm.
SANCHEZ: As a matter of fact, on every block there is something called the CDR, Comites de Defensa de la Revolucion, which means a committee in defense of the revolution, which means there are people literally who are paid by the government, by the communist party, to watch you.
Let me add that if on that 28 September the CDR was born, and it was called the CDR, today
Precisely because of that, the CDR is the largest organization.
He affirmed that if that was the political culture demonstrated by our people in the past 15 years of revolution, it will be superior at the end of the next 15 years, when the CDR will be a powerful organized power.
I believe that good proof of the activities or rather the effectiveness of the work done by the CDR is the fact that virtually in one year since we mentioned here the irregularities connected with the Urban Reform such
Biography: Chris Douglas-Roberts, also known as CDR