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certificate of deposit (CD)

n. a document issued by a bank in return for a deposit of money which pays a fixed interest rate for a specified period (from a month to several years). Interest rates on CD's are usually higher than savings accounts because banking institutions require a commitment to leave money in the CD for a fixed period of time. Often there is a financial penalty (fee) for cashing in a CD before the pledged time runs out.

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Part of this responsibility extends to designing and implementing programs to identify and treat communicable diseases within their facilities.
I am expected to conduct appropriate interventions to control and manage outbreaks of communicable diseases. This involves co-ordination of the investigation, data collection, analysis of the data and interpretation of the results.
In 2002, the population of the Europe and Central Asia region lost an estimated total of 150.3 million disability-adjusted life years (DALYs);15 communicable diseases accounted for 9 percent--a little over half of which is related to HIV and TB, external causes of injury and poisoning for 14 percent, and noncommunicable diseases for 77 percent of the total.
The most common types of communicable diseases are those affecting the respiratory system such as flu, bronchitis and lung diseases.
In the third phase -- ' the age of degenerative and man- made diseases' -- mortality due to communicable diseases continues to decline, while that from non- communicable diseases like diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular diseases gets dominant.
Flooding and communicable diseases fact sheet: risk assessment and preventive measures.
Travellers who have or are carriers of a communicable disease will also be denied entry to the UAE unless they report their diseases to the Ministry of Health and Prevention and obtain its consent.
The PREMIERRE FERENCE manual on controlling communicable diseases is now more accessible than ever.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Food Safety and Halal Food authority first time in the province has started medical investigation of food handlers to identify communicable disease careers amongst them.
The most common reported communicable disease was URTI (31.1%) followed by gastrointestinal problems (13.6%) and fungal infection (5.6%).

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