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cmd

(1) See Command key and command prompt.

(2) (CoMmanD) The file extension used for a Windows batch file, which is officially a Windows "command script." See batch file abc's.
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Both companies are privately owned with CMD headquartered North of London in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
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2001) reported that difference between the CR after AI of heifers with normal and abnormal CMD was not significant and A-CMD during estrus was associated with low fertility in cows but not heifers.
Following completion of the transaction, CMD will become an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of ON Semiconductor.
For more information on the alliance and/or the new Woodman line of bagmakers offered by Kliklok-Woodman, contact Ross Long at 1-770-981-5200 or Lisa Kain of CMD at 1-920-730-6888.
Beyond its materials handling coverage, the CMD Group is a leading worldwide supplier of information about the construction industry.
Founded in 1975, CMD Group provides project, product and cost data to the construction industry in North America, Scandanavia and Australia.
The [controller] parallels the data integrity and performance of our enterprise class CRA-7280," said Steve Garceau, product marketing manager of CMD.
Eric Greenberg, Managing Director of Executive Education, Rutgers CMD, said, "We are excited to use the power of social media to help business executives learn about these high demand skills.
The CBI arrested the Nalco CMD when he got his wife to accept an illegal gratification of three 24 carat gold bricks, each weighing one kg.
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