from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. central nervous system
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- Central Nervous System
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. acronym for central nervous system the portion of the vertebrate nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord.
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- n. the portion of the vertebrate nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord
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The firm bought its 60% stake in CNS in July 2007 for between US$1. 4 billion to US$1. 5 billion.
CNS is a right wing news organization, and they were reporting on seven Survey USA polls of various swing states.
There are significant long-term CNS side effects, and you're seeing that in other studies that are looking at Sustiva, so it's the weakest link in there.
The initial orthopedic market will target 80-100 million arthritis sufferers in China, while future applications will be aimed at over 25 million individuals with long-term CNS conditions and heart disease (the third largest killer in China with 1.5 million deaths per year).
On recognizing that he is being haunted, the subject enters immediately into "phase two," which, though varying in intensity from subject to subject, is always disagreeable: often sedation (0.6 mg atropine subcut.) will be necessary, even though Oneirine is classified as a CNS depressant.
CNS, which is dedicated to renewing and strengthening Catholic identity at the nation's 224 Catholic colleges and universities, launched the petition on Friday right after the announcement by the White House.
There are different forms of PNETs and, while scientists have made progress in characterizing the genetic abnormalities associated with some PNET subtypes, the highly aggressive cerebral tumors known as CNS-PNETs have been difficult to characterize as they represent a relatively uncommon group of tumors with ill-defined diagnostic features.
Your CNS is the Master Control Centre, the CEO, the Commander in Chief, the Big Kuhuna, The Master Communicator and the Grand Pooh-Bah all rolled into one!
As Rich will describe, we selected candidates that we believe are likely to succeed and provide value to patients and physicians in important medical markets such as CNS, reward disorders, opioid induced constipation, and inflammatory disease.
This particular organisation specialise in a variety of the therapeutic areas such as CNS, Oncology and