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  • adjective Pertaining to the use of acronyms.

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  • adjective characterized by the use of acronyms


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From acronym +‎ -ous


  • Chris, might I offer a non acronymous name for DiSo – “openbook”.

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  • Rep. Geoff Davis (R-KY) introduced the appropriately acronymous Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act, which would require congressional authorization for any new major rule proposed by the executive branch.

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  • In the preceding chapters we have run through various current news that induce astonishment at the cowardice, venality and stupidity of the West's ruling elites everywhere -- from Australia's crypto-Marxist Kevin Rudd through America's spendthrift neocap neocon, George W. Bush and archliberal neosoc Barack Obama, to Amsterdam's neo - dhimmi Mayor Job Cohen, to the cabal of White bootlickers of Third World despots populating every EU, UN and all other acronymous global organizations.

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  • I wondered a while back if anyone had written anything on quasi-acronymous cute names like HoJo and MoDo.


  • You use it hesitantly alas acronymous a doctorial cable dsl wireless, placidly immaculately plump torrent late with it at the paleographer rosary.

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  • There is a habit of denoting Scheme books with their initials, so the two books I have just cited are also known as TSPL3 e PLAI; however, the most famous acronymous is certainly SICP, i.e. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, by Harold Abelson e Gerald Jay Sussman.

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