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cpm

abbr.
1. copies per minute
2. cost per thousand
3. cycles per minute

cpm

cost per thousand.

c.p.m.

cycles per minute.
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Our analysis highlights the sustained, sharp rise in popularity of CPM while contributing to the mounting evidence that this more extensive surgery offers no significant survival benefit to women with a first diagnosis of breast cancer," said senior author Mehra Golshan, MD, Distinguished Chair in Surgical Oncology at BWH.
CPM's "Industry Insider" newsletter carries information and articles on new industry products and services, while the company's two trade shows, CPM West and CPM East cover the latest trends, products, services and in the business continuity, emergency management and security professions.
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As a reflection of the volume of business CPM represents, the Medical Device Register lists some 19 different manufacturers.
The resale-price method, although not subject to CPM testing, is not available if the distributor has added substantial value (e.
SINGAPORE -- CPM Consulting, the leading provider of financial consolidation, integrated closed-loop planning, budget and analytics solutions, today announced that it is a Ruby Level Sponsor at the 2011 SAP SAPPHIRE and ASUG Annual Conference, the world's premier business technology conference and the largest SAP customer-driven conference.
The CPM solution, which integrates with numerous ERP systems, provides significant efficiency benefits from automation and streamlining, as well as risk reduction from improved control and visibility.
Day CPM, a construction management firm, announced today that it is dissolving its corporate relationship with Mahlum Architects.