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Combined Construction and Operating License         
LICENSING PROCESS FOR NEW NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS IN THE US
Construction and Operating License; Combined Construction and Operating Licence; Combined construction and operating licence; Construction and operating licence; Combined construction and operating license; Construction and Operations License
The Combined Construction and Operating License (Regulatory Guide 1.206, COL) replaced the previous Draft Regulatory Guide 1145 as the licensing process for new nuclear power plants in the United States.
Combined spinal and epidural anaesthesia         
REGIONAL ANAESTHETIC TECHNIQUE
Combined spinal and epidural; Combined spinal epidural; Combined spinal and epidural anesthesia
Combined spinal and epidural anaesthesia (CSE) is a regional anaesthetic technique, which combines the benefits of both spinal anaesthesia and epidural anaesthesia and analgesia. The spinal component gives a rapid onset of a predictable block.
Combined malonic and methylmalonic aciduria         
  • Mitochondrial methylmalonic acid synthesis
HUMAN DISEASE
Draft:Combined malonic and methylmalonic aciduria; CMAMMA; Combined malonic and methylmalonic acedemia; Combined malonic and methylmalonic acidemia
Combined malonic and methylmalonic aciduria (CMAMMA), also called combined malonic and methylmalonic acidemia is an inherited metabolic disease characterized by elevated levels of malonic acid and methylmalonic acid. Some researchers have hypothesized that CMAMMA might be one of the most common forms of methylmalonic acidemia, and possibly one of the most common inborn errors of metabolism.
Examples of use of Combined Construction and Operating License
1. The first application for a combined construction and operating license – a new procedure the industry hopes will avoid delays – should be submitted to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission next year and win approval by 2010 or so, Mr.