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  • Cathode-Ray Oscilloscope
  • Contract Research Organization
  • COMSEC Responsible Officer


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  • Of course, the CRO is non-partisan and you are CNN!

    CNN Truth Squad: Will health bill pay for illegal immigrants?

  • A CRO is a contract research organization that helps run drug studies, finds the volunteers and runs all the tests.


  • If not the CRO will be the one to ask the police for assistance.

    Dear Returning Officer: Check Leech John Bull Set

  • Solyndra's choice for CRO, which is subject to court approval, is R.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Airlines/airports are required to have a customer resolution officer (known as CRO) on duty at all times.

    The Seattle Times

  • As he climbed the sandy bank he noticed, carved upon a tree in Roman letters, "CRO," without a cross, and White called to mind that three years before, when he left for England, it had been agreed that if the settlers ever found it necessary to remove from the island they were to leave behind them some such inscription, and to add a cross if they left in danger or distress.

    England in America, 1580-1652

  • Research Organization ( "CRO") services to support the study.


  • NexMed, due to its recent acquisition of Bio-Quant, is the largest specialty contract research organization ( "CRO") based in San Diego,

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • In addition, he has served as Chief Restructuring Officer ( "CRO") and CEO of several of River Falls 'portfolio companies.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The credit goes to our team in helping us realize our dream of creating a global CRO which is known for its expertise and quality in 5 short years of operation.

    IndiaPRwire - Press/News Releases


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