CAM

See crassulacean acid metabolism or cell adhesion molecule.
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CAM

Acronym for 'Computer Aided Manufacture' (q.v.).
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CAM

Computer Aided Manufacturing
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cam

An eccentrically shaped rotor that converts rotational movement into linear movement. Cams are used in the operation of valves, contact breaker
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CAM

Common Access Method + Computer Aided Manufacturing + Contents Addressable Memory
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CAM

acronym: crassulacean acid metabolism
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CAM

Computer Aided Manufacture, details ...
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CAM

CAM stands for Conditional Access Module. Some Freeview set-top boxes and digital TV sets have a CAM slot, which means that you can plug a CAM adapter into this slot, and then plug a TopUp TV subscription card into the CAM adapter slot, to get to the extra channels offered to Top Up TV subscribers. See our Top Up TV FAQ.
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cam

[n] - a rotating disk shaped to convert circular into linear motion
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CAM

(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) Computer Aided Manufacturing is a generic term for systems help manufacturing. They include CNC and process control.
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Cam

See `side action`
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Cam

A device for converting regular rotary motion to irregular rotary or reciprocating motion. Sometimes the effect of off-centre lathe operations or the cam in an engine used to operate valves. See also: Cam Follower, Camshaft, Eccentric.
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CAM

Computer Aided Manufacture. The use of computers to automatically control the machinery performing various manufacturing processes. To aid the programming of CNC machines.
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CAM

Computer Aided Manufacturing.
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CAM

Complementary and Alternative Medicine
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Cam

Cam (kăm) noun [ Danish kam comb, ridge; or confer W., Gael., and Ir., cam bent. See 1st Comb .] 1. (Medicine) (a) A turning or sliding piece which, by the shape of its periphery or face, or a groove in its surface, imparts variable or intermittent motio...
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Cam

Cam adjective [ See Kam .] Crooked. [ Obsolete]
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CAM

<abbreviation> Cell adhesion molecule. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cam

noun a rotating disk shaped to convert circular into linear motion
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CAM

complementary and alternative medicine.
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cam

machine component that either rotates or moves back and forth (reciprocates) to create a prescribed motion in a contacting element known as a ... [2 related articles]
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CAM

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for cell adhesion molecule; abbreviation for complementary and alternative medicine.
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CAM

Abbr. See complementary and alternative medicine.
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Cam

A spring loaded device used to hold ropes in climbing.
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CAM

[medicine] ===User:CorpsReformNetwork=== ...
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