CROM


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CROM

[′sē‚räm]
(computer science)
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Crom holds a Master's Degree in Business and several professional designations and is listed in the International Who's Who of Finance.
Results demonstrated that in measuring the head posture of normal adult subjects, the measurement of the one-dimensional and three-dimensional (3-D) positions of a human head with IOHT were very close to those of CROM.
Dean Crom and Mike Thun operate Big Water Outdoors, a guide service dedicated to showing off Lake Michigan's excellent waterfowl hunting.
We have previously shown that nurses can help to create a positive listening environment in which survivors relate complete and honest information about their problems (Crom, Hinds, Gattuso, Tyc, & Hudson, 2005; Crom et al.
Post-White, Crom, and Sweeney agree that adopting health-promoting behaviors is one of the struggles for teen-aged survivors of childhood cancer.
Crom-Vaifale - Nicole Crom and Conrad Vaifale, both of Eugene, a daughter.
And Crom Castle, on the shores of Upper Lough Erne in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, offers the prospect of tennis, golf and peaceful walks for 11 guests who pay pounds 4,000 per week or pounds 3,000 for three nights, again on a self-catering basis.
Vanderwood makes it clear that the local military officers who applied the ley fuga did so on orders from Mexico City and presumably from Cardenas, as the riots (heavily participated in by CROM members) were a direct threat to his rule.
Dog hair is all over the passenger side of the seat from his German shorthair puppy, Crom.
Danny Kay,chef and senior lecturer from Hugh Baird College and accommodation provider Liverpool Housing Trust's Tony Clews,popped in last week to oversee the progress of David Pelletier and Johann Crom.
The Crom Estate, in Co Fermanagh, is organising its annual Easter Egg Hunt.