American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Certificate of Advanced Study
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of case.
- law Initialism of Court of Arbitration for Sport.
- chemistry Initialism of Chemical Abstracts Service.
- electronics, communication Initialism of :w:channel associated signalling.
- military Initialism of Combat Armor Suit. Used for a powered, armed and armored exoskeleton, in fiction and military research
“While a little in the way of CAS is necessary, fast movers are worse than useless.”
“And yes Danny Deger - CAS is often spoken of as "overhead" in that is includes procurement, finance, human resources/personnel, security, facilities O&M, executive managers, environmental management, information services/technology, and safety & mission assurance.”
“That's why there's going to be a hearing after this whole thing with CAS is over.”
“But somehow, we manage to laugh our way through this epic winter, fortified by our respect for each other, our devotion to the critters who call CAS home, and by the animals, who lift us up and cheer us on.”
“Uefa has rejected attempts by the club to regain the place via the Swiss civil court, insisting that the CAS is the only authority with jurisdiction.”
“The A-10 was designed for one purpose: CAS, which is why it is so effective.”
“A CAS is a heterogeneous collection of interacting agents that evolves over time at the macroscopic system scale.”
“CAS, which is based in Lausanne, Switzerland, said the IOC could propose an amendment to the WADA code that would mean the rule would be "part of a single sanction.”
“The civil court in Switzerland, CAS, that is where we believe we will get the necessary justice," he told the BBC on Sunday.”
“The most useful of these is the first number known as the CAS Latency.”
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