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CAU

(Controlled Access Unit) An intelligent hub from IBM for Token Ring networks. Failed nodes are identified by the hub and reported via IBM's LAN Network Manager software.
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From the col at Craig Cau climb north for about 200 yards then, after a right turn, climb over the rocky boulder field to Penygadair, the highest summit of Cadair Idris.
The purpose or effect of fixing, controlling or maintaining (or providing for the fixing, controlling or maintaining) of prices, discounts, allowances, rebates or credits This restriction applies to the price of goods or services to be supplied by or to the parties to the CAU, or to be supplied by re-sellers that were supplied by parties to the CAU.
By improving the quality and quantity of the information, the CAU would expand its customer base, allowing more people to benefit from the data.
CAU opened last weekend, after completely transforming the units, which are just next to the beautiful but largely hidden Queen's arcade, in the shadow of Liverpool Town Hall.
Y brotest fyr-rybudd yn erbyn cau Llyfrgell Penygroes a gynhaliwyd yng gynharach eleni
CAU chose to deploy Siemens Enterprise Communications' OpenScape Voice Application and OpenScape Contact Center running on the OpenScape UC Server.
Ma llond dwrn o dafarndai'n cau bob wythnos yng Nghymru ar hyn o bryd a dros 400 ar werth medden nhw, ac yn l rhai gallai hanner ein tafarndai gau o fewn pum mlynedd - graddfa lawer cynt na'r capeli.
The restaurant will be the CAU group's largest site to date and will be a sister restaurant to the successful Gaucho group, which operates 14 restaurants in the United Kingdom.
Oherwydd nad ydyn nhw'n gallu talu PS2000 y mis o rhent, bydd y lle'n cau a chwech o bobl yn colli'u swyddi - onibai fod rhyw jini yn dod allan o botel yn rhywle.
Y rhain, fel eu rhagflaenwyr "profiadol", sy'n arwain a hybu'r agenda cau.
The Scandinavian airline group SAS has reportedly agreed to cancel planned layoffs of some 80 cabin crew in Denmark after the cabin crew union CAU agreed to a package comprising voluntary resignations, part-time deals and sabbatical leave arrangements.