from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Civil Aeronautics Board
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- Civil Aeronautics Board
- Citizens Advice Bureau
- Criminal Assets Bureau
- chest compressions, airway and breathing
- Combat Action Badge
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CAB is a code word since now we have no word to apply this rule to.
CAB is a code word since (1) gives no rule for generating another word from the base word.
CAB is for all those convoy drivers, MPs, and others who get shot up in a front line free battlefield.
And I didn't move Toronto -- even though they won at CAB, which is not easy.
The CAB was a New Deal agency with responsibility for aviation rule-making, accident investigation, and the like, while the companion Civil Aeronautics Administration looked after air traffic, airway development, etc.
Taking the CAB was a kind of karmic payback for all the times that I found it amusing to recite random integers within earshot of someone trying to memorize a phone number.
In the light of these concerns, we've decided to keep the existing two proposed choices on the table but to add a new third option for current members, a career average benefits option which we've called CAB 2011.
Workers who opt for the new career average scheme, which will be known as CAB 2011, will be asked to contribute seven per cent of their pay - considerably higher than the four per cent members of the current career average scheme pay, but lower than the 7.5 per cent paid by members of the final salary scheme.
Workers who opt for the new career average scheme, which will be known as CAB 2011, will be asked to contribute 7% of their pay - considerably higher than the 4% members of the current career average scheme pay, but lower than the 7.5% paid by members of the final salary scheme.
Employees could leave the three defined benefit schemes - two final-salary versions and an existing career average section - and join the so-called CAB 2011 scheme.