CABS


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AcronymDefinition
CABSCurrent Awareness in Biological Sciences
CABSCarrier Access Billing System
CABSCenter for Applied Biodiversity Science
CABSCenter for Applied Behavior Systems (Virginia Tech)
CABSCoronary Artery Bypass Surgery
CABSCommittee Against Bird Slaughter (Bonn, Germany)
CABSComputer-Aided Business Simulation
CABSCockpit Air Bag System (helicopter safety system)
CABSCommon Approach to Budget Support
CABSCentro Acadêmico Bernardo Sayão (Brasil)
CABSCentro Acadêmico Bernardo Sayão (Portugese: Unicamp's Student Organization)
CABSCentre for Air Borne Systems (India)
CABSCommand Automated Budget System
CABSConsumer Action Program of Bedford-Stuyvesant
CABSCollaboration of Agent-Based Systems (DARPA software)
CABSConsolidated Ammunition Bulk Shipper
CABSCentralized Automatic Billing System
CABSlomustine, doxorubicin, bleomycin, and streptozocin (treatment of advanced-stage Hodgkin's disease)
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A cab was driving by; and Jurgis sprang and called, and it swung round to the curb.
Godalming and Morris hurried off in a cab, we following in another.
Close on the rear of this came a couple of cabs, the forerun- ners of a long procession of flying vehicles, going for the most part to Chalk Farm station, where the North-Western special trains were loading up, instead of coming down the gradient into Euston.
Sherlock Holmes was not very communicative during the long drive and lay back in the cab humming the tunes which he had heard in the afternoon.
As we watched him he looked across at a boy who was bawling out the latest edition of the evening paper, and running over among the cabs and busses, he bought one from him.
It sometimes seemed as if she planned every word she spoke or caused to be spoken; as if all this worry about cabs and change had been a ruse to surprise the soul.
I don't know how it is, but there always seem to me to be more people, and dogs, and perambulators, and cabs, and carts about in wet weather than at any other time, and they all get in your way more, and everybody is so disagreeable--except myself--and it does make me so wild.
People were hurrying past them on the pavement, and cabs and omnibuses rolled by noisily.
A sound of carts and 'orses there was, and a sound of cabs and omnibuses, and then a lot of whistling, shrill whistles, whistles that froze 'is marrer.
At last, an empty cab turned up (it is a street where, as a rule, and when they are not wanted, empty cabs pass at the rate of three a minute, and hang about, and get in your way), and packing ourselves and our belongings into it, and shooting out a couple of Montmorency's friends, who had evidently sworn never to forsake him, we drove away amidst the cheers of the crowd, Biggs's boy shying a carrot after us for luck.
Many people were hurrying through the streets and there were many soldiers, but cabs were still driving about, tradesmen stood at their shops, and service was being held in the churches as usual.
With the omnibuses and cabs still running in his head, and his body still tingling with his quick walk along the streets and in and out of traffic and foot-passengers, this drawing-room seemed very remote and still; and the faces of the elderly people were mellowed, at some distance from each other, and had a bloom on them owing to the fact that the air in the drawing-room was thickened by blue grains of mist.