CAT

See chloramphenicol acetyltransferase.

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Acronym for 'Computer Aided Tomography' - a computer creates a 3d image of a part of the body from many 2d X-ray images.

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See PLATE-WARMER.

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a crawler-type tractor.

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Computer Adaptive Test + Computer Aided Testing + Computer Aided Tomography + Computer Aided Transcription + Concatenate

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[phototypesetter] The GSI C/A/T (Computer Assisted Typesetter) is a phototypesetter developed by Graphic Systems in 1972. This phototypesetter, along with troff software for UNIX, revolutionized the typesetting and document printing industry. Phototypesetting is most often used with offset printing technology. The GSI C/A/T phototypesetter ...
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Cat is slang for a jazz enthusiast.
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A cat was a Northern English bulk carrier ship based on the Dutch fluytand used during the early 18th century. A cat was a sturdy, blunt-bowed vessel of about 375 tons displacement fitted with three masts, square-rigged on the fore and main, lateen-rigged on the mizzen with a square topsail. A cat carried a crew of 12 and was used for coastal and s...
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[magazine] CAT (Civil Aviation Training) is an international simulation and training publication produced bi-monthly in the UK by Halldale Media. CAT was first published in 1990, and has provided continuous, international coverage ever since with its world-wide team of journalists. Halldale Media also publish CAT`s sister publication Milita...
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[zodiac] The cat is the fourth animal symbol in the 12-year cycle of the Vietnamese zodiac, taking place of the Rabbit in the Chinese zodiac. As such, the traits associated with the Rabbit are attributed to the cat. Cats are in conflict with the Rat. Legends relating to the order of the Chinese zodiac often include stories as to why the cat...
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acronym: computerized axial tomography
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abbreviation: Clear Air Turbulence
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Naval 'Room to swing a cat' Common slang expression meaning the space required for any particular job. This does not refer to the domestic animal, but to the Naval cat-o'-nine' tails (The 'Cat').
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Naval 'The cat is out of the bag' Common slang expression, meaning 'The secret is out'. From the practice of keeping the Naval cat o' nine tails in a red baize bag and not removing it until the offender was secured to the gratings and there was no possibility of a reprieve.
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[n] - a spiteful woman gossip 2. [n] - feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and being unable to roar 3. [v] - beat with a cat-o`-nine-tails
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Alternative name for the Erie people. ...
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Carbon Abatement Technology Includes improving the efficiency of and co-firing of power plant with low carbon alternatives such as biomass. Also CCS.
Found on http://www.contractorsunlimited.co.uk/glossary.shtml

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NATO codename for the Antonov An-10 transport aircraft [SU;RU], Civil Air Transport Company [US]
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Cognitive Ability Test (Produced by the National Foundation for Educational Research).
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Cambridge Antibody Technology Group plc.
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Critical Appraisal Tools
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Critically Appraised Topic
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Cat (kăt) noun [ Anglo-Saxon cat ; akin to D. & Danish kat , Swedish katt , Icelandic k├Âttr , German katze , kater , Ir. cat , W. cath , Armor. kaz , Late Latin catus , Bisc. catua , NGr. ga`ta , ...
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Cat transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle tted ; present participle & verbal noun Catting .] (Nautical) To bring to the cathead; as, to cat an anchor. See Anchor . Totten.
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<abbreviation> Computerised axial tomography; chloramphenicol acetyltransferase. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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