CARNS

AcronymDefinition
CARNSCollision Avoidance Radar Navigation System
References in classic literature ?
"Oh, I carn't!" cried Bert, near blubbering, and staring with starting eyes.
I carn' stand,this," he said, and crept back from the rocks to the grass and crouched down, and suddenly wild sorrow for the death of Kurt, Kurt the brave, Kurt the kindly, came to his help and he broke from whimpering to weeping.
Versatile defender Carns' dreams in the professional game were wrecked when he broke his leg in a car crash.
Subsequent to that announcement, however, General Carns has decided to withdraw his name from consideration.
Both Clinton and Carns uttered the obligatory remarks about the need to reconfigure the agency, but neither hinted that serious action looms.
Carns enjoyed a goalscoring debut in Monday night's 2-0 Presidents Cup win against Kidsgrove and the Royals hope he can feature in tomorrow's Evo-Stik Division One South clash at Sheffield FC.
Carns, who hails from Kidderminster, had a spell on trial with Nottingham Forest before joining Moors.
This occurrence is consistent with Carns and Carns (1997) suggestion that individual members of an ecosystem play specific roles.
Given his flair for creative financing of weapons deals, General Carns is clearly the wrong man for the job of reining in the C.I.A.'s far-flung arms-trading activities.
Carns further said that Olson will bring extensive healthcare services and leadership expertise to PracticeMaxa[euro](tm)s management team.
He shot the sleeping Carns in the head, before raping, beating, and binding Erickson, forcing her to say she "loved Satan".
The Pinckneyville Panthers, also had two players in Alex Howard and Dylan Carns.