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SCAMP

(Special Computer APL Machine Portable) IBM's first single-user computer. Built within a six-month period and introduced in 1973, SCAMP was the prototype of the 5100 series that was launched two years later. See 5100.
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At the inception of this process, we thought it important to include other pediatric cardiologists from the New England region to see if the SCAMP was scalable and exportable enough to be successfully deployed across clinical groups of varied sizes.
They developed a SCAMP algorithm for pediatric chest pain using history, physical exam and electrocardiogram (ECG) to suggest when further diagnostic testing was indicated.
They're not the most brazen of the grouper clan, but don't sell a scamp short--this sporty little reef fish packs plenty of punch.
His biggest scamp specimen was a 25-pounder caught on a bandit boat off Fort Myers.
The SCAMPs program, started by the cardiovascular program at Boston Children's Hospital in 2009, provides a structured, eight-step approach to innovation that can be applied to nearly any type of medical problem or encounter (see appendix).
Commedia dell'arte, the street theater of Renaissance Italy, featured a few stock villains, heroes, scamps, fools and damsels in distress, but was totally dependent on the actors' well-honed improvisational talents and their ability to interact with the usually raucous peasant audience.
Attractions included drinks, a raffle, carol singing and music from the school band Scamps.
And these four young scamps could be this year's first next big thing.
Busted are cheeky scamps, something young kids can call their own.
And the cuddly scamps became instant stars as they tumbled about for the cameras.
The SCAMP was fielded as an EHF low data rate terminal to meet protected beyond-line-of-sight requirements with low probability of detection/low probability of intercept in a package which did not require a vehicle to carry it.
The scamp, 18, posed with this cut-out of Kim Kardashian, 32 - and a Post-it note stuck on to her that said: "Call me, maybe ;)"