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CGA

CGA

(Color Graphics Adapter) The first color display interface for the IBM PC, which debuted in 1981. CGA was a digital display system that required an RGB Color Display monitor. It provided 16 colors in 80x25 or 40x25 text modes, but only four colors at 320x200 resolution and two colors at 640x200. CGA was superseded by EGA, and then VGA. See EGA and VGA.
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About CGA: CGA is a member-driven association of nearly 1,700 individuals, organizations and sponsors in every facet of the underground utility industry.
The 2006 statistics will be released at the CGA annual meeting held in conjunction with the CGA Excavation Safety Conference and Expo March 25-27, 2008 in Las Vegas.
The CGA charity tour will be the first of its kind to magnify contributions by making event grants possible through their turnkey tournament operations.
CGA presented Murphy with the Chart Industries Award at its annual meeting in Florida in April.
They reported that mice on a high-fat diet and mice on a high-fat diet plus CGA gained the same amount of weight.
One way is to "reinsure" their CGA with a commercial insurance carrier.
According to CGA chair Mary Kasper, an official with Fresh & Easy, "More retailers will have access to the resources needed to operate in California's complex regulatory and legislative environment.
But we do think that we might be able to create a useful therapeutic using CGA that will help those at risk for obesity-related disease as they make positive lifestyle changes.
After an extensive search which featured many qualified candidates, CGA President/CEO Ronald Fong and members of the CGA Government Relations Committee decided on Bailey.
The second largest city in Broward County with nearly 160,000 residents and one of the fastest growing cities in America, Pembroke Pines, like many American cities, has opted to outsource select services to private contractors such as CGA over the past several years.
The CGA, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (formerly the Office of Pipeline Safety), National Telecommunications Damage Prevention Council, American Gas Association, American Petroleum Institute, American Pubic Gas Association, Interstate Gas Association of America, Associated General Contractors, Interstate Gas Association of America, and National Utility Contractors Association actively supported the concept of three-digit dialing and efforts to implement such a program.
CGA members elected to the Board's Executive Committee include: Chair, Richard Morgan, Jr.