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an error correction code that is recorded in each sector of a magnetic disk and used to catch errors in the data

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Jun Ruiz, a highly noted gastroenterologist and committed advocate for CRC screening, discusses the latest guidelines in colorectal cancer screening in the March issue of H and L (Health and Lifestyle) magazine.
Redcar and Cleveland councillor Ian Jeffrey also hit out, saying the CRCs were "ideologically driven".
Many Asian countries, including China, Japan, South Korea and Singapore, have experienced an increase of two to four times in the incidence of CRC during the past few decades.
Westernization of diet as observed in Japan (Matsumara, 2001) has rapidly increased the incidence of CRC (Center et al., 2009).
In line with the principles set out by the International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO), in its revised code of conduct for CRCs, detailed business conduct and internal control requirements have been introduced to ensure that the interests of investors and other stakeholders are adequately protected.
The governor appoints 15 members to the CRC, the House speaker and Senate president appoint nine each.
Since 2008, with severe competition for jobs in the United States, the CRC has gained support among employers and job seekers as an efficient, inexpensive and reliable credential that quickly certifies trainability and employability.
The component repair company (CRC) enhances both responsiveness and flexibility in logistics support at the operational level and allows for a leaner support structure at the tactical level.
These chapters also discuss components of ethical research and related responsibilities of the CRC providing examples for the research professional.
Approximately $25 million has been invested in CRC operations in Wickliffe, Raleigh, NC, and Windsor, CT, which perform research and development projects with leading universities, including Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Carnegie Mellon University, MIT, Stanford University, North Carolina State University, and others.
Another key feature of a CRC that can help, particularly in marginal or bad weather, is its radar, the AN/TPS-75.
Pierce-Leahy and Bekins Records Management (a division of Bekins Moving & Storage, later to become Bell & Howell, then Iron Mountain) were among the first CRCs to expand into multi-city markets.
Thus the algorithms described in this article provide the most efficient means of computing CRCs of the table look-up in software.
March is designated as colorectal cancer (CRC) month.