CARS


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CARSCar Allowance Rebate System (aka Cash for Clunkers)
CARSCharitable Auto Resources (San Diego, CA)
CARSCenter for Assessment and Research Studies (James Madison University; Virginia)
CARSConsumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act of 2009 (Cash for Clunkers program)
CARSComplete Automotive Repair Service (various companies)
CARSChildhood Autism Rating Scale
CARSCoherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy
CARSCable-Television Relay Service (ITS)
CARSCompetitive Automotive Regulatory System (est. 2005; EU)
CARSConsortium for Advanced Radiation Sources
CARSCanadian Automotive Repair and Service Council
CARSCombat Arms Regimental System
CARSCharlottesville Albemarle Rescue Squad (Charlottesville, Virginia)
CARSCompuware Application Reliability Solution
CARSCreditLink Account Recovery Solutions (UK)
CARSCreate a Research Space (writing model)
CARSCockpit Audio Recording System (aircraft)
CARSCanadian Association of Rally Sport
CARSConsolidated Acquisition Reporting System
CARSComputer-Aided Routing System
CARSCalifornia Association of Resource Specialists and Special Education Teachers
CARSContingency Airborne Reconnaissance System (USAF)
CARSComputer Assisted Radiology & Surgery
CARSComputer Anxiety Rating Scale
CARSCommunity Antenna Relay Service
CARSCyber Asset Reduction & Security (US Navy)
CARSCorrective Action Reporting System
CARSCommunity Airport Radio Station (Unicom)
CARSCrash Analysis Reporting System
CARSComputerized Application and Reference System
CARSCounter Anti-inflammatory Response Syndrome
CARSCanadian Automotive Rescue Society
CARSCOIN Accounts Receivable System
CARSCABS Auxiliary Report Specifications
CARSCollision Automotive Repair Services, Inc
CARSCarcinogen System
CARSChannel Adaptive Rate Scheduling
CARSComputerized Automotive Recording System (CAR Systems Inc.)
CARSContainment Atmosphere Recirculation System
CARSCondenser Air Removal System
CARSCustomer Account Retrieval System (IBM)
CARSComputer Audit Retrieval System
CARSCustomer Acquisition and Retention System (email marketing)
CARSCost Analysis Reporting System (US Army)
CARSCentralized Automated Reporting System
CARSContractors Automatic Resupply System
CARSConsolidated Analysis and Reporting System
CARSCertification and Accreditation Repository System
CARSCommunity Antenna Relay Station
CARSCommittee to Assess Regulatory Structures
CARSCommunity Adult Residential Services (Task Force)
CARSCommunications Analysis Reporting System
CARSClub Auto Rétro du Soissonnais (French: Vintage Auto Club of Soissons; Soissons, France)
CARSCLRP Automated Reports System
CARSCarer Approval & Registration Service (Department of Human Services, South Australia)
CARSCarrier Access Reporting System
CARSCorrective Action Response System
CARSCommand Accountability Reporting System (California)
CARSCarrier Automated Recovery System
CARSClose Aboard Ranging System
CARSCustomized Auto Registration System (South Dakota, USA)
References in classic literature ?
The gong whirred, and the Glaring-at-Gotham car moved majestically upon its instructive tour.
The mother of three said that if her offspring did not go right along to the end of the car and look at the pretty trees trouble must infallibly ensue.
The charioteers standing on their well-woven cars, urged on their swift horses with loose rein; the jointed cars flew along clattering and the naves of the wheels shrieked loudly.
There was but little conversation in the car, and soon many of the passengers were overcome with sleep.
This leading pedestrian was Car the Queen of Spades, who carried a wicker-basket containing her mother's groceries, her own draperies, and other purchases for the week.
In half a dozen seconds the whole diffused population of the beach had, as it were, crystallised on the rope, and was pulling against the balloon under the vehement and stimulating directions of the man in the car. "Pull, I tell you!" said the man in the car--"pull!"
George glanced up and down the car to be sure no one was looking, then took out his pocketbook and counted his money.
The network that supported the car was made of very strong hempen cord, and the two valves were the object of the most minute and careful attention, as the rudder of a ship would be.
His passenger slipped down from his place, and, lifting the rug, peered into the tonneau of the car, over which they had tied a hood.
The attendant was besieged by questions, but he was sitting on the step of the car, in the shadow of a policeman, with his head buried in his hands, and he did not once look up.
He leaned from the car for a moment and held out something in the hollow of his hand.
On one side of the car a waiter with some broken glasses beside a tray was huddled near the step.