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CLM may refer to:
- CH2M Hill, Laing O'Rourke and Mace, a joint venture appointed by the Olympic Delivery Authority to manage the delivery of the Olympic Park and its associated infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic Games
- CLM Entertainment, a British artist management company formed by Colin Lester
- Configuration lifecycle management, the management of all configuration definitions and configurations across all involved business processes applied throughout the lifecycle of a product
- Contract lifecycle management
- Customer lifecycle management, the measurement of multiple customer related metrics, which, when analyzed for a period of time, indicate performance of a business
- Closed-loop manufacturing, a closed-loop process of manufacturing and measuring in the manufacturing machine
Science, technology and medicine
- Channel length modulation
- Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters, a strategic programme of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
- Common Lisp Music, a "music synthesis and signal processing package in the Music V family"
- Conservation of linear momentum
- Cutaneous larva migrans, a form of tropically acquired dermatosis, also known as creeping eruption, plumber's itch, or sandworm disease
- Collingham railway station, England, by National Rail station code
- William R. Fairchild International Airport, in Port Angeles, Washington, United States, by IATA airport code
- Castile-La Mancha, an autonomous community of Spain
- Christian Life Movement, a lay ecclesial movement of the Catholic Church
- Codex latinus monacensis, the holdings of Latin manuscripts in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich
- Contre la Montre, the French term for an individual time trial in road bicycle racing
- CLM P1/01, a Le Mans Prototype racing car
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