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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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Regis College - The new Maria Hall at Regis College, built by general contractor Suffolk University, will include CMU walls and brick, castone and limestone veneers constructed by Lighthouse.
For example, Shields reports that before Engler left office, he convened a meeting of key players, which included officials from CMU, and offered both encouragement and a list of directives aimed at ensuring that the charter strategy would continue to be implemented with fidelity.
While the primary focus of the USAR CMU mission is on consequence management, USAR CMU Soldiers also have specialized skills and expertise that span the full operational spectrum of combating WMD (see Table 1).
The CMU business will be classified as discontinued operations and, as a result, the broadband wireless access (BWA) revenues will constitute all of Alvarion's revenues.
To solve this, CMU researchers devised a process dubbed ATRP, or atom transfer radical polymerization, which provides ways to coax the chemical subunits into chains.
CMU will accept several DAU courses as transfer credit into the master of science in administration (MSA) degree with a concentration in acquisitions administration.
The Model CMU flow meter is designed for line sizes from 0.
Hetrick plans to combine the donations from CMU with gifts from Klein's family to endow the Pam Klein Memorial Scholarship, which will be awarded to an excellent junior or senior journalism major at CMU.
CMU is now partnering with the other public universities in Michigan to pursue a collaborative purchasing arrangement.
According to CMU, new research published in the current issue of the American Association for the Advancement of Science's journal Science predicts that hydrogen flux through separation membranes that block impurities present with other gases in the production of hydrogen from fossil energy resources could potentially produce pure hydrogen.
Building on a tradition of setting the standard for education technology, CMU pioneered the "Andrew" computing network (named after industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie) in the 1980s to link all of its computers and workstations on campus.
But they're taking things a step further, because the work on gesture interfaces at CMU doesn't include physical touch.