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Synonyms for CRT

a vacuum tube in which a hot cathode emits a beam of electrons that pass through a high voltage anode and are focused or deflected before hitting a phosphorescent screen

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MultiPoint Pacing technology with the SyncAV CRT software algorithm is designed to address and effectively treat heart failure patients who are not responsive to other pacing options.
The perpetual forward push of the battlefield required that the CRT reposition itself to remain close to the frontlines.
Venugopal Dhoot, chairman of Videocon Industries, said the CRT market is here to stay, mainly due to their highly-affordable pricing.
The extended follow-up included 173 patients initially assigned to CRT and 136 who were originally in the control group and were switched to CRT with or without an implantable cardioverter defibrillator 3-4 years into the study.
In a revenue ruling, the IRS addressed pro rata division of a CRT with two or more income recipients into new trusts.
Because a CRT is structured as a separate entity for all tax purposes, any transfer of assets to the trust is considered to have at least one gift component.
Under these new regulations, unbroken, used CRTs are not regulated as hazardous waste if they are stored for less than one year.
Under these regulatory changes, used, unbroken CRTs are not regulated as hazardous waste unless they are stored for more than a year, speculatively accumulated.
Also, because a spousal waiver requirement could potentially affect all CRTs, the AICPA suggested that any future guidance in this area be published in proposed form, thereby allowing practitioners an opportunity to comment on its feasibility before it becomes effective.
After the exchange to private ownership, the portfolio of assets will no longer be managed by CRT personnel.
However, the vast majority of CRT shipments will be to less-developed countries, as more advanced markets will almost completely switch over to LCD monitors by the end of the forecast period.
those which no one answers correctly and those which all miss on the proposed CRT.
A standard CRT monitor is roughly 15 inches deep, which leaves a large footprint on your desktop; a 15-inch FPD is between 2 and 6 inches deep, thus drastically increasing your usable space.
During the final weeks of fading and stabilization the CRT accompanies the job coach to the job site to meet the employer and worker and to view the training environment.
Our trust department often advises a CEO to establish a CRT, which allows him to give an asset to a favorite charity or institution, secure a tax deduction, avoid capital gains and receive an income stream for life--or after retirement.