NEW YORK, June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- According to the latest research from YouGov Omnibus, when asked which brands they thought were official sponsors of the FIFA World Cup, Americans correctly recognized Coca Cola (21%) and McDonalds (19%).
What does CR stand for?
CR stands for Correctly Recognized
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- Coolant Replacement
- Copyright Regulations
- Corner Reflector
- Corpo Reticolare (Reticular Body of Chlamydia)
- Corporate Repository
- Corporate Responsibility
- Corpse Retrieval (roleplaying games)
- Corpse Run (gaming)
- Correct Reconfiguration
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Miranda correctly recognized and handled a major electrical malfunction in IMC conditions.
The ITC's decision correctly recognized that Samsung has been negotiating in good faith and that Apple remains unwilling to take a license," CNET quoted the South Korean tech giant.
Abnormalities were identified in about half of the cases, all of which were correctly recognized by the nurses, Dr.
As Kundi (2006) correctly recognized, it is better to prevent the introduction or use of agents that would cause adverse effects eventually identifiable in an epidemiologic study.
The adolescents correctly recognized that the risk of disease is significantly less likely from oral sex, but 14% responded that there was zero chance of contracting chlamydia and 13% responded that there was zero chance of contracting HIV from oral sex (Pediatrics 2005;115:845-51).
When harmful light exposure was defined at eight hours, the LDA of 95 C headspace samples correctly recognized 97% of the oxidized samples.
Proponents of the statute argue that repeal would increase the number of criminal charges against parents who are "just trying to raise their children" Professor Nicholas Bala, who specializes in child and family law at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, supports the court decision: "I think the majority correctly recognized that parents and teachers need to have a certain degree of discretion.