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CircCirculation
CIRCCircle
CircCircumference
CIRCCircular
CircCircuit
CIRCCircumcision
CIRCCircumstance
CIRCCentre International de Recherche sur le Cancer (French: International Agency for Cancer Research)
CIRCCivitan International Research Center (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
CIRCCódigo do Imposto Sobre o Rendimento das Pessoas Colectivas (Portuguese income tax code)
CIRCClimate Impacts Research Centre
CIRCCircular Reference
CIRCCommunity Information Resource Center
CIRCCooperative Integrated Reading and Composition
CIRCCross Interleave Reed-Solomon Code (used on CDs)
CIRCComputer Incident Response Capability
CIRCCollectif d'Information et de Recherche Cannabique
CIRCCornell Institute for Research on Children
CIRCCentral Illinois Robotics Club
CIRCCommunity Informatics Resource Center
CIRCChemical Incident Reports Center
CIRCCurtin Indigenous Research Centre
CIRCCircumcision Information Resource Centre (Montreal, Canada)
CIRCCommunity Information and Referral Centre
CIRCCorporate & Industrial Restructuring Corporation (Pakistan)
CIRCComputer Integrated Road Construction
CIRCCanada's Information Resource Centre
CIRCCentral India Regional Council
CIRCCentral Information Reference and Control
CIRCConflict of Interest in Research Committee
CIRCCommercial-Industrial Realty Council
CIRCCareer Information Resource Centre
CIRCChildcare Information Reference Collection
CIRCCultural Industries Research Centre
CIRCCircularization Burn (NASA)
CIRCComputer Information and Resource Center (now defunct GWU division)
CIRCCentral de Información de Riesgo Crediticio (Spanish: Central Credit Risk Information; Bolivia)
CIRCCytokeratin-Positive Interstitial Reticulum Cell
CIRCCentral Incident Response Center
CIRCCentralized Information Reference and Control
CIRCColorado Immigration Rights Coalition
CIRCComputer Incident Response Center
CIRCChina Insurance Regulatory Commission
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It was considered, moreover, an ugly and ominous circumstance, that Colonel Pyncheon's picture--in obedience, it was said, to a provision of his will--remained affixed to the wall of the room in which he died.
This long connexion of a family with one spot, as its place of birth and burial, creates a kindred between the human being and the locality, quite independent of any charm in the scenery or moral circumstances that surround him.
Because, even if the governing party in a State should be disposed to resist such temptations, yet as such temptations may, and commonly do, result from circumstances peculiar to the State, and may affect a great number of the inhabitants, the governing party may not always be able, if willing, to prevent the injustice meditated, or to punish the aggressors.
This family happened to be acquainted with Madame Monson, and an offer that was brilliant to me, in my circumstances, brought me to America.
She is older than most of them, and has had advantages of an exclusive nature for acquiring a knowledge of English; on the other hand, her sphere of life is somewhat beneath theirs; under these circumstances, a public distinction, conferred upon Mdlle.
But the General had avowed to me that, over and above such considerations as these, there were circumstances which compelled him to "move with especial care at present", and that the fact had actually made him poor-spirited and a coward--it had made him altogether change his tone towards me.
Morland's circumstances which, as soon as the general would allow himself to be informed, they were qualified to give.
The general, however, had had an opportunity of seeing him once or twice since the eventful evening, and had spoken very seriously with him; but though he had seen the prince, as I say, he told his family nothing about the circumstance.
If he took to flight, his sudden disappearance would be a suspicious circumstance in itself, and would therefore provoke inquiries which might lead to serious results.
The disappearance of the courier Ferrari is, in itself, unquestionably a suspicious circumstance.
I can tell this by the air of tender sadness pervading his letters; and by the fact of his so seldom mentioning my husband, and generally evincing a kind of covert bitterness when he does refer to him; as well as by the circumstance of his never coming to see me when Mr.
The company having now pretty well satisfied their thirst, nothing remained but to pay the reckoning, a circumstance often productive of much mischief and discontent among the inferior rank of gentry, who are apt to find great difficulty in assessing the sum, with exact regard to distributive justice, which directs that every man shall pay according to the quantity which he drinks.