Definitions for "CIN"
Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia. A precancerous condition of the cervix (the bottom of the uterus) that is more common and more severe in HIV-infected women.
Cervical intra-epithelial neoplasia. The name given to abnormal but non-cancerous cells found in the cervix. If left untreated, CIN may turn into cancer. See cervical cancer section.
Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia. A general term used to describe the growth of abnormal cells on the surface of the cervix. Numbers from 1 to 3 may be used to describe the degree of abnormal changes, with 1 representing the lowest degree (and thus less problematic). CIN-1 is equivalent to mild dysplasia (abnormal cells), and often disappears on its own without treatment. CI N-2 or 3 is equivalent to moderate to severe dysplasia (pre-cancer).
Keywords:  hascommentin, pmid, jama, jun, sars
Comment In Reference containing a comment about the article. Search as hascommentin, e.g. SARS hascommentin AND 2003[DP] JAMA. 2003 Jun 4;289(21):2861-3. PMID: 12734146
( onvective IN hibition) - a measure of the amount of energy needed to initiate convection; values of CIN typically reflect the strength of the cap
Abbreviation for convective inhibition.
mudra (“consciousness seal”) — a common hand gesture ( mudra) in meditation ( dhyana), which is formed by bringing the tips of the index finger and the thumb together, while the remaining fingers are kept straight
Keywords:  bengals, team
The Team ID for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Keywords:  carlton, investments, limited
Carlton Investments Limited
Keywords:  presort, sack, tray, label, class
content identifier number. A code number on a tray or sack label that represents and identifies the class of mail and presort level.
Keywords:  quake, foo, console, map, run
a .cin is a quake II cinematic. to run a .cin type "map foo.cin" in the console
Catalogue Item Notification. A business message used to transmit trade item information from a data source to a data recipient.
A business message used to transmit new or updated trade item information from a Source Data Pool to a Recipient Data Pool and further to the Data Recipient within the Global Data Synchronization Network.
Continuous volcanization.
Keywords:  input, stream, back, standard
is the standard input stream in C++. Back
Keywords:  note, customer, information
Customer Information Note