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CRO, Cro, or CrO may refer to:
- Cro (1993–1994), an American animated television series, or its titular character
- Cro, a concept in early Scots law described in the Leges inter Brettos et Scottos
- ČRo, station designator prefix used by the Czech public radio broadcaster Český Rozhlas
- Cathode-ray oscilloscope, a type of electronic test equipment
- IOC and FIFA country code for Croatia (the ISO 3166-1 code is HRV)
- Crown Airways, the ICAO code
- Conversion rate optimisation in internet marketing
- Cro (singer), German rapper
- Cave Rescue Organisation (f. 1935), an English emergency services organisation
- Civilian Repair Organisation, a British government aircraft repair scheme from World War II
- Companies Registration Office (Ireland), a government organisation in the Republic of Ireland
- Companies Registration Office (disambiguation)
- Contract research organization, a type of pharmaceutical industry organisation
- Commonwealth Relations Office, British government department existing between 1947 and 1966
- Certified Radio Operator, a professional title regulated by the Society of Broadcast Engineers
- Chief research officer, a corporate executive title
- Chief restructuring officer, a corporate executive title
- Chief revenue officer, a corporate executive title
- Chief risk officer, a corporate executive title
- Combat Rescue Officer, a Commissioned Pararescueman in the United States Air Force
- Control room operator, a term used in the petroleum industry for the person operating the control room.
- Civil restraint order, a legal order in the UK prohibiting a person from pursuing vexatious litigation
- Contract Research Organization, also Clinical Research Organization, an organization responsible for coordinating the introduction and monitoring of new drugs on behalf of pharmaceutical manufacturers.
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