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CTS

abbr.
carpal tunnel syndrome
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cts

abbreviation for
(Currencies) cents
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cts.

1. centimes.
2. cents.
3. certificates.
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CTS (NYSE: CTS) is a leading designer and manufacturer of products that Sense, Connect, and Move.
CTS said the growth followed new client wins, the launch of new software solutions under the re-branded CLOUDM product suite and a merger with Netherlands-based machine learning experts Qlouder - creating one of the largest full-stack Google practices in Europe.
1 g Cts.met, 5 g monomer that VIM, MAm and AMPS in N,N-dimethylformamide and 0.05 g AIBN were added to the tube as initiator.
The law firm sent monthly statements to CTS, which on its website touts that it helps commercial tenants recover rent expense overpayments and helps prevent overcharges.
CDPH previously identified probable and possible CTS cases among these claims during 2007-2008 but undertook no further analysis of demographics or risk factors (3).
However, several studies show that routine electrodiagnostic tests have limited sensitivity and specificity for mild CTS (4-9).
On the basis of our results, we recommend that a search for possible coexistent CTS in patients with diabetic polyneuropathy should always be made.
Prevalence of CTS is higher for women and in several occupational groups [1].
"CTS and staff involved did not violate any applicable laws as CTS was subject to European Union laws, Bahraini laws (for CTS Middle East) and laws in the Netherlands," Gert van Meijeren was quoted as saying.
With this completion, CTS can immediately commence providing MRO services on the CF6-50C2 engine fleet powering the US Air Force's KC-10 Extender tanker aircraft under the previously awarded KC-10 engine maintenance contract.
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