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- abbr. communication
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Commander
- n. of commentary
- n. of commerce
- n. of commonwealth.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A few weeks ago, Senator Bob Casey, who opposes legal abortion, introduced what he described as a comm ... digg
A few weeks ago, Senator Bob Casey, who opposes legal abortion, introduced what he described as a comm ...
It might be a simple matter of accessing a database and calling her comm number—or it might not.
The only thing that came over the comm was a slight sniffle, undoubtedly attributable to Sissiph (she had given in to curiosity and Hipped on her unit).
It's called a comm implant, and most senior Imperials have them.
And another thing...did anyone else look at the sign in the back of the tank cake, see the word "comm" probably short for communication and think ".com" until they realized what century this was taken in?
"And never install programs unless you know what they do, whether they are 'comm' programs or otherwise," says Gary McGraw, chief technical officer of Cigital.
Well, sah, I t'inks it a berry cur'is sarcumstance, an 'I was jes' comm 'to de preclushun dat I'd mention it to some ob de fambly, when de fust man, he come to de dooh wid de housekeeper.
After transcribing the first five or so interviews, I adopted the shorthand "comm": "I don't think that I would exist w/o the comm of ppl that are my customers and my suppliers," I typed for
None of the e-mails specifically mentioned Hasan's plans for a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, but because he was a member of the military the FBI showed them to a Pentagon investigator with the note "comm" written on it.