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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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In a statement, CAU operations director suggested that it may have been because of "recent construction work" that has taken place close to the Castle Street restaurant.
CAU on Castle Street was closed for a week after mice were found in its kitchen
Everyone at CAU is wholly respectful of the work that the Royal British Legion carry out and we will be donating a further PS500 to this important charity.
The unique design motifs for which CAU are known will feature corrugated booth seating and blue sky and grass imagery, as well as an open-plan kitchen giving diners the opportunity to see the chefs busy at work.
The stylish surroundings at CAU, which stands for Carne Argentina Unica, aim to give diners the ''the essence of Buenos Aires''
The CAU file captures survey-reported data for an entire year (up to three interviews per survey participant), includes utilization and cost information (regardless of payer), links Medicare claims data to survey-reported data, and includes an additional processing step to impute relevant data for recently-enrolled beneficiaries.
It is quite steep in places and the less adventurous might want to limit their trek to the shores of Llyn Cau.
Akhilesh Chandra Varshney joined College of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, CAU, Aizawl, Mizoram on 1st September, 2012 as Dean.
The path bends left and heads west through the Nant Cadair valley to the shores of Llyn Cau in Cwm Cau.
son cau th City money will bankroll Johnson in May's election, not least because the pounds 400,000-a-year true blue Tory champions a hefty rich tax-cut for them and him.
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From the Hindu Kush, the Himalayas, Alps, Cau casus to the burning Red Sea Hills of Sudan, the Alps of New Zealand and even our own Rockies, Mark has been there and done that again and again.