C-S

AcronymDefinition
C-SCivil-Structural
C-SCorn-Soybean Meal (animal science)
C-SCoagulase-Negative Staphylococcal (microbiology)
C-SChurge-Strauss Vasculitis (internal medicine)
C-SCheek-Shoulder (ASL)
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The rally continues, even though C-S maintains that "it's as plain as a pikestaff" that the reason McGrath was told not to include those opinions was because they conflicted with the opinions held by Ray Murrihy, the prosecution's expert witness.
We learn, for example, several times, that Manning believes he has conducted the investigation in an open, honest and ethical way, a belief that C-S has yet to embrace.
C-S has a logistical problem, caused by his need to be in two courts at once.