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CMU

concrete masonry unit

A block or brick cast of portland cement and suitable aggregate, with or without admixtures, and intended for laying up with other units as in normal stone masonry construction. Also see A-block, breeze block, cinder block, concrete block, concrete brick, etc.
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More than 250 companies now have partnerships with CMU.
Many CMU alumni are supporting this one-of-a-kind partnership by serving as ambassadors for the Educator Award program.
He graduated from CMU in 1968 with a bachelor's degree in drama.
The grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York will allow CMU to begin implementing the GLC recommendations.
CMU has fostered an entrepreneurial culture resulting in the creation of more than 300 companies and 9,000 jobs over the past 15 years.
Those of us going on this trip are all excited to have a chance to show off what we've built to startup centers across the nation," said CMU alumnus Eric Silver, founder and CEO of Pikimal.
CMU recognized early on that a college campus shares several things in common with a city.
These gifts help fulfill this fundamental vision," said CMU President Subra Suresh.
CMU in Rwanda's audacious goal to transform graduate education throughout the African continent reached a milestone with the celebration of its inaugural graduation this past July 2014 (http://m.
When joined using the B1500A SMU CMU Unify Unit (SCUU), the MFCMU and SMU combination supports capacitance measurement with +/- 100 V of DC bias.
The creation of the CMU I-Corps Site has been a collaboration among several members of the CMU community.
Lawrence Pileggi, professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the Center of Silicon System Implementation (CSSI) at CMU, Monterey's Dolphin product has provided all the capabilities of an advanced physical synthesis and place & route tool while also giving CMU the flexibility to control specific design parameters in their VPGA development.