Hospital clinics and emergency rooms were the next most common sources of usual care (16% and 11%, respectively), and a variety of other types of facilities were each reported by 2-9% of the sample.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Common Source (amplifier topology)
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Comfort Suites (hotel)
- Coming Soon
- Comma Splice
- Commercial Satellite
- Commercial Service (US Department of Commerce)
- Commissaryman (USN Rating)
- Committee Specification
- Committee Substitute
- Common Set
- Common Software
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Identical genotype B3 sequences from patients with contemporaneous cases in the United States, Canada, and Mexico in November and December 2005 indicate that Kenya was likely to have been the common source of virus.
Nicole Recchia's Warning (0972563695) gathers wordless warning signs from common sources, organizing 'Death and Disaster' chapters by fire, crushing, falling and others, and adding a 'truly bizarre' section for those which fit nowhere else.
Luke's sermon is more primitive and brief and in my judgment reflects a common source behind both Matthew and Luke, not Lukan rewriting.
Our bodies cannot distinguish between life-threats and other, far more common sources of stress, from traffic jams to marital spats.
The cone valve is double sealed to prevent it from tilting if the IBC is bumped during transport--a common source of leakage.
Common sources of variation include bad valves, poor mixing, faulty transmitters, excessive mechanical vibration, and improperly tuned controllers.
Common sources of moisture include fluxes, dirty tools, ingot and hardeners, combustion by-products, and charge materials containing molding sand, binder and additives.