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CAFECorporate Average Fuel Economy
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CAFEHost America Corporation (stock symbol; formerly HAC)
CAFEConventional Armed Forces in Europe
CAFECanadian Association of Family Enterprises (Kingston, ON, Canada)
CAFEConditional Access for Europe (electronic payment system)
CAFEConduit Artery Function Evaluation
CAFEConservatives Against a Federal Europe (UK)
CAFECamaradas, Arriba Falange Española! (Spanish political slogan)
CAFECiències de l'Activitat Física I l'Esport (Catalonia)
CAFECommunity Alliance of the Far Eastside (Indiana)
CAFECommunications Access for Everyone
CAFEConcepts to Application in System-Family Engineering
CAFEComputer Algebra & Functional Equations
CAFECentral Australian Fronts Experiment
CAFECommunications Automation Follow-On Effort
CAFECanadian Association of Fairs & Expositions
CAFEClarity Audio Front End
CAFECanadian Association of Fish Exporters
CAFECollateral Artery Flow Exercises
CAFEComparative Aircraft Flight Efficiency Foundation (California)
CAFECiudadanos Activos de Formación Electoral (Spanish: Active Citizens Electoral Training; Guatemala)
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We had left the cafe long ago, without even noticing that we had done so.
A long, low-pitched room, of antique construction, was indeed all the accommodation afforded by the Cafe.
If you love me, go over to the cafe and wait at one of the tables outside.
Off duty, the sprinting, barking juggler of Bredin's Parisian Cafe became the quiet follower of Art.
But Tarzan did not leave the cafe as she had urged.
He ordered a suit of clothes from the tailor and ate his meals in the best cafes in town.
Wondering inwardly what she could possibly want with his theatre, Francis reluctantly yielded to the necessities of the situation, and took her into the cafe.
But Monsieur Mitral, who knows his ways, says he does all his business between eight o'clock in the morning and midday, and that after that hour he can be found only at a certain cafe called the Cafe Themis,--a singular name.
It may be a cabaret in the Latin Quarter, a cafe in some obscure Italian village, a boozing ken in sailor-town, and it may be up at the club over Scotch and soda; but always it will be where John Barleycorn makes fellowship that I get immediately in touch, and meet, and know.
My meditations were interrupted by a tremendous noise and conflict in another part of the cafe.
At the Bar cafe, where the reporters assembled before going to any of the courts, or to the Prefecture, in search of their news of crime, he began to win a reputation as an unraveller of intricate and obscure affairs which found its way to the office of the Chief of the Surete.
Let's make a time of it--Pabst's Cafe first, and then some.