Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of civic
- n. of civil
- n. of civilian.
- abbr. civil
“The pleasure continued with lepre in civ ê t con polenta, or jugged hare with polenta.”
“Different globe, of course, but I'm sure western civ is still responsible. posted by John at 4: 53 PM”
“As Rick mentioned, there are many FPS games that take this approach, as did IIRC many of Sid Meier "civ" games.”
“Thanks for the link and all the work you've put into the 'civ' idea - I will most likely be ripping bits of it off into my own site as I get the chances.”
“Tonight there's a gothic Victorian one, a Regency civ-up, a traditional do with a surprise announcement and a Dirty Dancing tribute.”
“Basically you are taking one of the good things about our civilisation (technology) and creating a link in their mind that technology = our civ.”
“For what it ` s worth as a civ I appreciate Gadgets personal policy of attending as many fatal RTA ` s as possible to support his troops.”
“My Dad (a retired western civ prof) wore that + A v-neck sweater, tie, charcoal slacks and peNny loafers.”
“So it is with the well protected and very comfortable of Western civ who are indeed waiting for Utopia to break out in the Middle East.”
“Ridicule and bullyism have kept her constrained for far too long, with the effect that civ.soc. is now a nervous wreck, timid, with no self-esteem.”
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Looking for tweets for civ.