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The meaning of «csra»

CSRA Inc. provided information technology services to U.S. government clients in national security, civil government, and health care and public health.
Carbon storage regulator A (CsrA) is an RNA binding protein. The CsrA homologs are found in most bacterial species, in the pseudomonads they are called repressor of secondary metabolites (RsmA and RsmE).
CSRA may refer to:
Clubul Sportiv Rapid București is a Romanian multi-sport club based in Bucharest, Romania.
Chittajallu Srinivasa Rao (1924–2004) was an Indian film actor, writer and director. He was the son of director Chittajallu Pullayya.
Chintapenta Satyanarayana Rao, better known for entire TV, cinema and literary community as C.S. Rao, is a veteran writer, actor, director and producer.
Rapid USL Metrou București is a women's handball club from Bucharest, Romania, which used to play in the Romanian First League.
C. S. Ranga Iyer (1895–1963) was an Indian journalist, politician, Indian independence activist and social reformer.
Clubul Sportiv Rapid București, commonly known as CS Rapid București, Rapid București, or simply Rapid, is a Romanian basketball club based in Bucharest, currently participates in the Liga Națională, the top-tier league in Romania.

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