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Cdr.

ABBR (Brit) (Naut, Mil) =commanderCdte.
Cdr. R. Thomas (on envelope) → Cdte. R. Thomas

Cdr.

abbr =commanderCom.
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Any officer who wants to analyse the CDR of an MP should make a request through proper channel and only after getting permission from the police commissioner the officer can access the CDR.
The HEOA also requires the Department to report life cohort default rates in addition to the new three-year CDR.
Full system implementation, planned for October, will mark the first time all institutions will be required to file their Call Report data using the new CDR.
We're very proud to have been involved in this large novel study," said Professor Keith Wesnes, founder of CDR.
High-speed serial backplanes in particular illustrate the increasing demand for differential I/O standards and CDR.
Consequently, the loop bandwidth of the repeater's PLL must be low enough so that any jitter that is transferred is at a frequency that can be reliably tracked by the downstream receiver's CDR.
The idea to conduct a written 15-question survey among the system's 120 users evolved about a year ago after EUSHC changed management and no viable benchmarks were available to prove the value of the CDR.