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CVS

(1) (Concurrent Versions System) A version control system for Unix that was initially developed as a series of shell scripts in the mid-1980s. CVS maintains the changes between one source code version and another and stores all the changes in one file. It supports group collaboration by merging the files from each programmer.

(2) See computer vision syndrome.
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For us, the benefits have been tremendous," Pigott says, noting that he can now get better prices from manufacturers, have his site widely advertised in CVS stores, and realize partnership opportunities.
The researchers discovered that compared to children of mothers who had gotten amniocentesis or no prenatal testing, children born to mothers who had received CVS faced six times the risk of missing or malformed fingers or toes.
Today's announcement reflects our continued enthusiasm for this transaction," said Tom Ryan, Chairman, President and CEO of CVS.
It is important that you understand the reasons and thorough process by which the Caremark Board determined that the merger with CVS is the best course to continue generating superior returns for our shareholders.
As CVS and Caremark have worked our way through the merger process, we have grown increasingly enthusiastic about the strategic benefits of our merger, and about the additional financial flexibility our partnership will create," said Tom Ryan, Chairman, President and CEO of CVS.
CVS is America's largest retail pharmacy, operating approximately 6,200 retail and specialty pharmacy stores in 43 states and the District of Columbia.
An audio webcast of the presentation will be broadcast simultaneously through the Investor Relations portion of the CVS website for all interested parties.
An audio webcast of the conference call will be broadcast simultaneously through the Investor Relations portion of the CVS website for all interested parties.
CVS Corporation (NYSE:CVS) today announced that total revenues for the four-week period ended August 26, 2006 increased 23.