CABS


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CABSCurrent Awareness in Biological Sciences
CABSChild and Babysitting Safety (course; various organizations)
CABSCarrier Access Billing System
CABSColumbus Area Boardgaming Society (Ohio)
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 (Portugese: Unicamp's Student Organization)
CABSCentro Acadêmico Bernardo Sayão (Brasil)
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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In less than a minute he was back in the cab with the ring.
But within that minute a crosstown car had stopped directly in front of the cab. The cabman tried to pass to the left, but a heavy express wagon cut him off.
Polly thought I was very handsome, and a great deal too good for a cab, if it was not for the broken knees.
After driving through the side street we came to the large cab stand where Jerry had said "Good-night".
Conceive his new position, for I lack words to picture it; conceive him condemned to return to that house, from the very thought of which his soul revolted, and once more to expose himself to capture on the very scene of the misdeed: conceive him linked to the mouldy cab and the familiar cabman.
The time had come for the expenditure of the sum of three-and-sixpence on what might well be supposed the last cab drive of Mrs Verloc's mother's life.
A BYSTANDER [on the lady's right] He won't get no cab not until half-past eleven, missus, when they come back after dropping their theatre fares.
"The very first thing which I observed on arriving there was that a cab had made two ruts with its wheels close to the curb.
The servant entered the room, and announced that the cab was at the door.
"I can't take you, sir, if you're not going towards Tottenham Court Road," said the driver civilly, when I opened the cab door.
He asked, at the cab window, to what part of Glasgow he should tell the driver to go.
They released each other and presently the cab was rolling along at a jog-trot to the docks with those two people as far apart as they could get from each other, in opposite corners.