American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. chorionic villus sampling
- Concurrent Versions System - a utility that assists in tracking changes to software, etc.
- cyclic vomiting syndrome
“A CVS spokesperson wrote: CVS maintains positive, ongoing relationships with thousands of vendors, both large and small.”
“CVS is a powerful wave of nausea that hits without warning and can last hours, leaving me heaving long after my stomach is empty.”
“CVS is too cheap to buy an air conditioning system.”
“They join CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreen in pointing out that pharmacists could easily be replaced by vending machines and that nobody gives a damn about their “beliefs.””
“Drugstore chain CVS Corp., for its part, will buy 700 stand-alone Sav-On and Osco pharmacies and a distribution center from Albertson's for $2.93 billion.”
“The American drug-store chain CVS sells "single-use" camcorders that use access controls to keep you from downloading the video, requiring you to go to the store and pay a hefty fee for "development" of your videos.”
“CVS is a free software tool that programmers use to keep track of, and synchronize, changes to documents.”
“Keeping everything in CVS means that he can keep all of his user-environments in synch, it means that he never loses data.”
“And, from what I’ve seen in CVS commits on the open source Frontier project, the crypto extension indeed look like they’ve made it into the core app.”
‘CVS’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for CVS.