Definitions for "CIC"
CENTROS INTEGRADORES COMUNITARIOS
Centros Integrales Comunitarios
Cisco Info Center; carrier identification code
Carrier Access Code
Content Indicator Code
clean intermittent catheterization. The process of passing a clean (not sterile) catheter, emptying all the fluid, and then removing the catheter. This process is repeated once every 2-8 hours to empty urine.
Clean Intermittent Catheterization. Intermittent catheterization using a clean technique. Clean technique means you wash your hands before catheterizing, but do not need to maintain sterility while catheterizing.
Clean intermittent catheterisation. a technique of inserting a catheter, draining a full bladder, and then removing the catheter
Catalogue Item Confirmation. This refers to electronic communication from the Data Recipient (Retailer) to the Data Source (Supplier) indicating what action has been taken on the catalogue item, received through the Catalogue Item Notification. Confirmation is not mandatory. When used, it provides the following choices: (1) Synchronized: Data is integrated, in synch and added to the synchronization list. (2) Accepted: Data is added to the synchronization list and is in the process of being integrated. (3) Rejected: Data will no longer be synchronized or updates will no longer be provided. (4) Review: A request to the data source to “review” their data because the data recipient has received inconsistent data, which they cannot synchronize. If the data was previously synchronized, it will be removed from the synchronization list.
A message standard that refers to electronic communication from the Data Recipient to the Data Source indicating what action has been taken by the Data Recipient on the item. The confirmation process occurs in the recipient's data pool. Confirmation is not mandatory. When used, it provides for the following outcomes; Synchronized: data is integrated, in synch and added to the synchronization list. Accepted: data is added to the synchronization list and will be in synch. Rejected: data will not longer be synchronized or updates will no longer be provided. Review: a request to the data source to "review" their data because the data recipient has received discrepant data, which they cannot synchronize. If the data was previously synchronized, it will be removed from the synchronization list.
Certified Insurance Counselor. Professional in property and liability insurance who has passed a series of examinations by the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors.
Certified Insurance Counselor. A professional insurance designation designed originally for agents and brokers but now available to all types of insurance professionals who wish to pursue the intensive workshops, seminars and testing program covering a variety of commercial and personal insurance issues. The ultimate goal is a comprehensive understanding of the insurance needs and coverages available to meet the needs of clients. In order to keep this designation active, the CIC must complete update studies at set, periodic intervals. Sponsored by: Society of Certified Insurance Counselors, 3630 N. Hills Dr., P.O. Box 27027, Austin, TX 78755-1027, phone: (512) 345- 7932.
See Certified Insurance Counselor.
Combat Information Centre
Campus Information Centers, Michigan Union
command information center
Counterintelligence Corps
Counter Intelligence Corps (US). CIC was tipped off that Ishii was living in Kamo in January 1946. CIC then requested that the Japanese government return him to his house in Wakamatsu-cho, Tokyo. By February 1946 CIC had provided Legal Section with extensive information regarding Ishii's criminal acts.
Keywords:  mpac, nstc, vel, council, committee
Chartered Investment Council. An individual who has passed tests in economics,...
Council of Independent Colleges MPAC Master Plan Advisory Committee
Committee on Information and Communication, part of NSTC
Keywords:  ssdi, countable, medi, unearned, needy
an optional part of the Commonwealth Indemnity Plan. CIC increases the benefits for most covered services to 100%, subject to deductibles and co-payments. It is an enrollee-pay-all benefit. Enrollees without CIC pay higher deductibles and receive only 80% coverage for some services. Over 99% of current Indemnity Plan members select CIC.
Countable Income Calculation. The formula used to determine income and to consider eligibility for SSI-Linked, Medically Needy, and Aged and Disabled Medi-Cal programs. Step 1: If you have unearned income (for example, an SSDI benefit), subtract a $20 "General Income Exclusion" from it to calculate your countable unearned income. If you do not have unearned income, this exclusion is applied to any earned income. Step 2: If you have earned income (for example, wages), subtract a $65 dollar "Earned Income Exclusion" from it (along with the remainder of the $20 "General Income Exclusion" that you have not applied to Unearned Income), along with any Impairment Related Work Expenses, and divide the resulting figure by two to find your countable earned income. If you have Blind Work Expenses, subtract them after you divide by two. Step 3: Add your countable unearned income to your countable earned income to find your total countable income. Different Medi-Cal programs may include more deductions or exclude certain types of income. See the program descriptions for details.
Keywords:  invisible, canal, deeply, ear, hearing
a hearing aid style that is recessed into the ear canal so that it is almost invisible in most ears. This style is most suitable for mild and moderate hearing losses. The newer computer chips make it possible for CICs to be used for a wide range of hearing losses. In addition to cosmetic appeal, CICs are easier to use on the telephone.
an abbreviation for Completely-in-the-Canal hearing aid. It is the smallest hearing instrument that fits so deeply in the ear, it is almost invisible.
Keywords:  cadet, spurious, clock, induced, charge
the cadet in charge
clock induced charge. see spurious charge.
Citizenship & Immigration Canada.
Christmas in the City series manufactured by Department 56.
Carbon in Column. Process for the extraction of gold from the leach solution in a series of columns
circulating immune complex
Circulating Immune Complexes. also known as antigen-antibody complexes.
"Children in Care". The program within ORS which provides services to reimburse the state for costs of supporting children placed in its care and/or custody, by obtaining financial and medical support, through locating parents, establishing paternity and support obligations and enforcing those obligations when necessary.
An expression sometimes used instead for ISC.
Common Interest Community. Ownership characterized by mutual ownership of common areas, either jointly or through membership in an association, e.g., condominiums, planned unit developments, and town homes.
Community Interest Company. A new company structure that is currently being proposed by the government, in which the company's assets would be protected in the same way as with a charity, but without the red-tape of charity registration.
See Common Interest Community
Cable in Conduit for buried distribution systems.
Critical Illness Cover. A form of life assurance that usually pays out a lump sum upon diagnosis of a serious illness. The lump sum can be set at a level to repay the mortgage.
Keywords:  ion, compensated, chamber
Compensated Ion Chamber
Controlled Isotopic Conversion - method of power generation.
Keywords:  canadian, true, cost, interest, see
CANADIAN INTEREST COST. See:  TRUE INTEREST COST.
Change In Circumstances. Term often used as a basis for modifying a court order.