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CITCitation
CITCounselor in Training
CITCrisis Intervention Team
CITCork Institute of Technology
CITCitizen
CITCited
CITCourt of International Trade
CITCanberra Institute of Technology (Australia)
CITCorporate Income Tax
CITConference on Information Technology
CITComputing and Information Technology
CITComputer Information Technology
CITCenter for Information Technology (US National Institutes of Health)
CITCenter for Instructional Technology
CITCash In Transit (vehicle, i.e., armored car)
CITCalifornia Institute of Technology
CITCrisis Intervention Training
CITCebu Institute of Technology
CITCollege of Information Technology
CITCommissioner of Income Tax (India)
CITCisco Internetwork Troubleshooting
CITJournal of Computing and Information Technology
CITCenter for Innovative Technology (Virginia, USA)
CITCommunications and Information Technology (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut)
CITCritical Incident Technique
CITCarnegie Institute of Technology
CITVirginia's Center for Innovative Technology (Herndon, VA)
CITConference of Interpreter Trainers
CITCoimbatore Institute of Technology (Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India)
CITCountries in Transition
CITConstraint-Induced Therapy
CITCorporate Information Technology
CITComputer Integrated Telephony (DEC)
CITCentre International de Toxicologie (French: International Center for Toxicology)
CITChartered Institute of Transport
CITConstruction Industry Technician
CITCentral Institute of Technology
CITChange in Trend (trading)
CITCombined Interrogator Transponder
CITContinuous Improvement Team
CITCase Institute of Technology (CWRU, Cleveland, OH)
CITColorado Institute of Technology
CITCranfield Institute of Technology (M&S support partner with DTRA)
CITCareer Institute of Technology (Easton, Pennsylvania)
CITCritical Incident Team
CITCold Ischemic Time (organ transplantation)
CITCommercial Investment Trust (Livingston, NJ, USA)
CITContinuous Integrated Testing
CITConstruction Information Technology
CITCertified Industrial Technologist
CITConventional Insulin Therapy
CITCentre for Indigenous Theatre (Toronto, ON, Canada)
CITCompressor Inlet Temperature
CITCapital Investment Team
CITCraft Interface Terminal (AT&T)
CITCraft Interface Terminal
CITChina Interventional Therapeutics
CITCircumstellar Imaging Telescope
CITCall In Time
CITConsumable Item Transfer
CITCauchy Integral Theorem (math, engineering)
CITCentre d'Ingénierie Thermique (French: Thermal Engineering Center)
CITCounterintelligence Team (USMC)
CITCompagnie Industrielle Des Telecommunications
CITCoherent Integration Time
CITCougar In Training
CITCluster Integration Toolkit (Linux cluster management software)
CITConfederacion Indigena Tairona (Spanish: Tairona Indigenous Confederation; Colombia)
CITCollege of Integrated Therapies
CITChassieu Immobilier Transactions (French: Chassieu Estate Transactions; Chassieu, France)
CITChef In Training
CITCritical Incidents Test (UK)
CITCriminal Investigator Training
CITChronic Immune Thrombocytopenia
CITChair Indicate Token
CITComponent Integration Test(ing)
CITCommunications Improvement Team
CITCritical Item Tag
CITCoalition Interoperability Trial
CITCritical Item Test
CITContract Invoice Transmittal (Sprint)
CITCommission on Informational Technology (Missouri)
CITCommunication Interculturelle et Traduction (French: Intercultural Communication and Translation)
CITCable Interface Translator
CITCare Integration Team
CITCentral Investigation Team
CITChina International Therapeutics (Beijing, China)
CITComponent Instance Tree (Nortel)
CITCounter Intelligence/Terrorism
CITComet Impact Theory (evolution)
CITCanterbury Institute of Technology (Australia)
CITConsultant in Information Technology
CITCylinder Ignition Timing
CITConfiguration Identification Tables
CITCab Interior Temperature
CITChamber of Information Technology and Communications (Egypt)
CITClass, Item, Type
CITCraft Interface Testing
CITCellule d'Ingénierie et de Transfert (French: Cell Engineering and Transfer)
CITChemical Injection Tubing (petroleum drilling)
CITCement Injection Tool
CITChemical Injection Tree (subsea oil and gas valve)
CITCommercial Imagery Team (US Army)
CITComputing and Informatics Technology (Uganda)
CITCustomer Interface Test
CITConstruction Industry Training (various organizations)
References in classic literature ?
Why does it not encourage its citizens to put out its faults, and do better than it would have them?
Complaints are everywhere heard from our most considerate and virtuous citizens, equally the friends of public and private faith, and of public and personal liberty, that our governments are too unstable, that the public good is disregarded in the conflicts of rival parties, and that measures are too often decided, not according to the rules of justice and the rights of the minor party, but by the superior force of an interested and overbearing majority.
By a faction, I understand a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adversed to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community.
The citizen made a fresh pause and continued, "I have a wife who is seamstress to the queen, monsieur, and who is not deficient in either virtue or beauty.
resumed the citizen, "well, monsieur, my wife was abducted yesterday morning, as she was coming out of her workroom.
No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State for which he shall be chosen.
It is evident then that it is best to have property private, but to make the use of it common; but how the citizens are to be brought to it is the particular [1263b] business of the legislator.
When you can't do what you wish," said the Public-spirited Citizen, "it is worth while to do what you can.
Rushmore Coglan, citizen of the terrestrial sphere.
It is not at all probable that this unbridled spirit would pay much respect to those regulations of trade by which particular States might endeavor to secure exclusive benefits to their own citizens.
But it appearing a paltry thing to serve under others, he resolved, with the aid of some citizens of Fermo, to whom the slavery of their country was dearer than its liberty, and with the help of the Vitelleschi, to seize Fermo.
Such, then, are our principles of nurture and education: Where would be the use of going into further details about the dances of our citizens, or about their hunting and coursing, their gymnastic and equestrian contests?