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abbreviation for

(in Britain)
  1. company sergeant-major

Example Sentences Including 'CSM'

"He has enjoyed playing CSM , who shot JFK and Martin Luther King.
Misc (1999)
For the short-term, the benefits will outweigh the risks," says the CSM 's Mary Armitage.
New Scientist (2003)
Professor Gordon Duff, chairman of the UK Committee on Safety of Medicines ( CSM ), rejected the comparison with thalidomide yesterday.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
The advice should have meant that GPs had access to the study and the CSM advice before newspapers and The Lancet reported the findings.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
The deal, depending on the amount of CSM supplied, is worth between $150 million and $265 million over the 20 years.
Misc (1999)
{ Wednesday, 2 April } Out to Pinewood to do practice drilling with a CSM of the Queen's for the film Carry On Sergeant.
Williams Kenneth & Davies, Russell (ed.) The Kenneth Williams Diaries


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