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CLOChief Learning Officer
CLOClothing
CLOCornell Laboratory of Ornithology
CLOCollateralized Loan Obligation
ClOHypochlorite
ClOChlorine Monoxide
CLOCello
CLOCod Liver Oil
CLOChief Legal Officer (corporate title)
CLOCivic Light Opera (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
CLOCommissariat aux Langues Officielles (Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages - Canada)
CLOCommunity Liaison Office
CLOCivil Liberties Organization
CLOChief Logistics Officer
CLOCommunity Living Opportunities (Lawrence, KS)
CLOContinental Liaison Office
CLOCali, Colombia - Alfonso Bonilla Aragon (Airport Code)
CLOCommunity Living Ontario
CLOCustomer Liaison Officer (business)
CLOCertified Leasing Officer (Real Estate Institute of Canada accreditation)
CLOCollegiate Living Organization
CLOControl Link Oscillator
CLOcolumnar-lined oesophagus
CLOCampylobacter-Like Organism Test (rapid urease test for Helicobacter pylori infection)
CLOCryptographic Log On
CLOChief Loan Officer (finance; various companies)
CLOCongressional Liaison Officer
CLOCentrum Landbouwkundig Onderzoek (Dutch: Agricultural Research Center; Belgium)
CLOCulture Loisirs Orvault (French recreation center)
CLOCross-Layer Optimizer
CLOContingency Liaison Officer
CLOConstant Level Oiler
CLOCertified Local Ombudsman
CLOCivil Liaison Officer
CLOChief Linguistics Officer (yourDictionary.com)
CLOChris Lawrence Online
CloThermal Insulation of Clothes (unit of measure)
CLOCommercial Light Oil
CLOCalibrated Lumpy Ore (mining)
CLOContact Loved Ones
CLOCompost-Like Output
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I requested likewise, "that the secret of my having a false covering to my body, might be known to none but himself, at least as long as my present clothing should last; for as to what the sorrel nag, his valet, had observed, his honour might command him to conceal it.
He thought in silence for a few moments, and then, with an exclamation of relief, he struck his palms together and turned toward his clothing upon the chair.
The youth commenced to remove the American's clothing piece by piece, and, piece by piece, he examined each garment minutely.
I had only a small, cheap satchel that contained a few articles of clothing I could get.
I waited for a few minutes, till I was sure that no passers-by could see me, and then crept under the sidewalk and lay for the night upon the ground, with my satchel of clothing for a pillow.
I had not a rag of clothing and knew nothing of my whereabouts, but all that night I traveled, cold and footsore, toward the north.
Come to my tent and I'll show you your clothing and some letters that I took from your person; the commandant has your dispatches.
why he hath stolen every plack of clothing off my back, if that be a wrong, and hath left me here in this sorry frock of white falding, so that I have shame to go back to my wife, lest she think that I have donned her old kirtle.
As soon as you take off any article of clothing fold it neatly and place it on the chair.
By proper Shelter and Clothing we legitimately retain our own internal heat; but with an excess of these, or of Fuel, that is, with an external heat greater than our own internal, may not cookery properly be said to begin?
I was then taken out in my turn by another of the sons, and given that change of clothing of which I had stood so long in need, and a pair of Highland brogues made of deer-leather, rather strange at first, but after a little practice very easy to the feet.
His outer clothing removed, the visitor then took a seat on the opposite side of the fire.