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CALMDepartment of Conservation and Land Management (Western Australia)
CALMCalifornia Living Museum
CALMCircumpolar Active Layer Monitoring
CALMCareer and Life Management (Canada)
CALMCatenary Anchor Leg Mooring
CALMCannabis as Living Medicine (Canada; est. 1996)
CALMCanadian Association of Labour Media (Toronto, ON, Canada)
CALMCenter for Alternative Living Medicine
CALMCafe-Au-Lait Macules
CALMCollaborative Application Lifecycle Management (also seen as C/ALM)
CALMCanadian Association of Logistics Management
CALMCatholic Action League of Massachusetts
CALMCustody Action for Lesbian Mothers
CALMContinuous Air interface for Long and Medium range (telecommunications)
CALMCircumarctic Active Layer Monitoring
CALMCommon Assembly Language for Microprocessors
CALMClient Account Lifecycle Management
CALMComputer Aided Asset Liability Management
CALMComputer Assisted Learning Module
CALMComputer-Assisted Livestock Marketing
CALMCommunity Action in Learning Music (Greece)
CALMCitizens Against Legalized Murder
CALMComputer Automated Load Manifesting
CALMChildren Affected with Lymphatic Malformations
CALMCatapult Arresting-Gear and Landing-Aids Maintenance
CALMCriticality Alarm Logic Module
CALMCharlottesville's Abundant Life Ministries
References in classic literature ?
I have no doubt they got ashore, in that calm weather (making all due allowance for fatigue and clumsy rowing), before day-break.
That lively cry upon this deadly calm might almost convert a better man.
But before Pierre could decide what answer he would send, the countess herself in a white satin dressing gown embroidered with silver and with simply dressed hair (two immense plaits twice round her lovely head like a coronet) entered the room, calm and majestic, except that there was a wrathful wrinkle on her rather prominent marble brow.
Came days of fog, when even Maud's spirit drooped and there were no merry words upon her lips; days of calm, when we floated on the lonely immensity of sea, oppressed by its greatness and yet marvelling at the miracle of tiny life, for we still lived and struggled to live; days of sleet and wind and snow-squalls, when nothing could keep us warm; or days of drizzling rain, when we filled our water-breakers from the drip of the wet sail.
The man with the soft calm eyes listened to me quietly, even politely, and with extreme attention; but nothing in his countenance indicated that he had understood my story.
The doctor searched vainly for a breath of wind, from the height of one hundred feet to that of five miles; his starting-point remained fatally right below him, and absolute calm seemed to reign, up to the extreme limits of the breathing atmosphere.
He leaned his forehead against the door, and let the feverish throbbings of his heart calm by degrees; it had seemed as if one single additional pulsation would have made it burst.
Comparatively calm, Mistress Blythe, comparatively calm.
But this calm for thought never came; every time the thought rose of what she had done and what would happen to her, and what she ought to do, a horror came over her and she drove those thoughts away.
But Adam, being of a calm and cautious character, was loath to relinquish the advantages which a single man possesses for raising himself in the world.
In all weathers, fair or foul, calm or windy, we were every one on deck, walking up and down in pairs, lying in the boats, leaning over the side, or chatting in a lazy group together.
And she went on dressing my hair, in a hurried way, quite unlike her usual calm, collected manner, murmuring, half to herself, she was sure it was beautiful hair: she 'could like to see 'em match it.