American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. chronic fatigue syndrome
- medicine Chronic fatigue syndrome.
“YFS, not unlike CFS, is so ideological it should be no surprise that it would support the union regardless of how objectively unreasonable its demands are.”
“Her main CFS secret: soak the tenderized beef in buttermilk overnight before battering.”
“In Austin, I gotta agree that the best place for CFS is Hoover's.”
“What do you mean that CFS is neither chicken nor steak?”
“I should also note that if CFS had officially announced its policies up front, and left the parents free to go through other services — of which there seem to be many — I wouldn’t have as much concern, even though CFS is a government contractor that certifies people for government-required licenses.”
“CFS is only one of many such private agencies who have been licensed by the state to issue licenses to foster parents on the state’s behalf.”
“CFS is pitiably doctrinaire, and plain ol’ stupid.”
“That CFS is balking at this particular rule thus seems likely to me to stem from hostility to the religious nature of the parents’ beliefs, and not from a sense that a child’s “religious, cultural and personal rights” indeed include the right to have pork in his home when his foster parents insist otherwise.”
“I also realized how easy it is for people to confuse the experience of everyday tiredness with the incapacitating illness known as CFS.”
“Recently reformed, the CFS is a global policy forum on food that has a participatory mechanism in which Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are autonomous and self-organizing.”
‘CFS’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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