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CASTCenter for Applied Special Technology
CASTCenter for Aging Services Technologies
CASTCenter for Advanced Spatial Technologies (University of Arkansas)
CASTCollege of Applied Science and Technology (various universities)
CASTCouncil for Agricultural Science and Technology
CASTChina Association for Science and Technology
CASTCommercial Aviation Safety Team
CASTCenter for Advanced Science and Technology (various locations)
CASTCommittee of Advisors on Science and Technology
CASTComputer-Aided Software Testing
CASTConsortium for Advanced Scientific and Technical
CASTComputer Aided Software Testing
CASTCompaq Acceleration Server Technology
CASTCardiac Arrhythmia Suppression Trial (NIH)
CASTCoalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking
CASTCarolina Actors Studio Theatre (Charlotte, NC)
CASTChildren of Alcoholics Screening Test
CASTCatch A Special Thrill
CASTCaribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism
CASTChinese Acute Stroke Trial (medical trial)
CASTCommittee on Advanced Subspecialty Training (Society of Neurological Surgeons)
CASTCommand and Staff Trainer (British Army; UK)
CASTCollege of Arts Science and Technology
CASTCombined Arms Staff Trainer
CASTContemporary Art Services Tasmania (Australia)
CASTCenter for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies
CASTCombat Airman Skills Training (US DoD)
CASTChange Average Speed to (road rally instruction)
CASTChina Aerospace Science and Technology Corp.
CASTCaribbean Action for Sustainable Tourism
CASTConvoy Active Safety Technologies
CASTCarlisle Adams/Stafford Tavares (encryption ciphers)
CASTCasting and Solidification Technology
CASTCombat Armament Support Team
CASTCentre d'Actualisation Scientifique et Technique
CASTCluster Affinity Search Technique (algorithm)
CASTColor Allergy Screening Test
CASTCouples Association of Sports Tournaments
CASTCentro de Asistencia y Servicios Tecnológicos (Juarez, Mexico)
CASTCapital Area Swim Team (Michigan)
CASTComputer-Aided Self Teach (online training application)
CASTComputer-Aided Submode Training (US Navy)
CASTCenter for Applied Space Technology (Kennedy Space Center, FL)
CASTCooperating Agents for Specific Tasks
CASTCarrier Availability Support Team
CASTCooperative Agents for Specific Tasks
CASTCapital Area Software Testers (Washington, DC)
CASTChinese Academy of Space and Technology
CASTCluster of Affected Sibling Test
CASTCenter for Astrostatistics
CASTCosine All Sine Tangent (trigonometry)
CASTComprehensive Airport Simulation Technology (airport and plane development software)
CASTCallahan Area Show Theatre (Callahan, Florida)
CASTChina Aerospace Science and Technology Group
CASTCenter for Advanced Studies in Telecommunications (Ohio State University)
CASTCommand Aircraft Systems Training
CASTCombined Avionics Systems Trainer (US DoD)
CASTClose Air Support Tool
CASTCross-Aft Shroud Tool
CASTCreative Alliance Scriptwriting Talent project
CASTCivil Affairs Support Team
CASTCustomer Assistance Service Team (Indiana Lumbermens Mutual 2000)
CASTCoordinated ASW Services & Training
CASTCombat Avionics Support Team (USAF)
CASTCell Array Stress Test (computer memory)
CASTCore Administrative Standards Team
CASTCoomes Aquatic Swim Team (Abingdon, VA)
CASTCertification and Accreditation Support Tool (US DoD)
References in classic literature ?
As a matter of fact, nothing is ever cast in that sense on board ship but the lead, of which a cast is taken to search the depth of water on which she floats.
Captain Helding cast the dice; the top of the cask serving for a table.
Cast it down in agriculture, mechanics, in commerce, in domestic service, and in the professions.
Pip, except one - and she wasn't of this slender ladylike sort, and you wouldn't have caught her looking after this urn - unless there was something to drink in it." Wemmick's attention being thus directed to his brooch, he put down the cast, and polished the brooch with his pocket-handkerchief.
He scarce had ceas't when the superiour Fiend Was moving toward the shore; his ponderous shield Ethereal temper, massy, large and round, Behind him cast; the broad circumference Hung on his shoulders like the Moon, whose Orb Through Optic Glass the TUSCAN Artist views At Ev'ning from the top of FESOLE, Or in VALDARNO, to descry new Lands, Rivers or Mountains in her spotty Globe.
On the 10th of February, 1828, the Astrolabe appeared off Tikopia, and took as guide and interpreter a deserter found on the island; made his way to Vanikoro, sighted it on the 12th inst., lay among the reefs until the 14th, and not until the 20th did he cast anchor within the barrier in the harbour of Vanou.
The numerous signs of beaver met with during the recent search for timber gave evidence that the neighborhood was a good "trapping ground." Here, then, it was proper to begin to cast loose those leashes of hardy trappers, that are detached from trading parties, in the very heart of the wilderness.
She had an Italian cast of countenance and bearing, large black eyes beneath their well arched brows, a native nobleness, and candid grace.
If now we were to try to penetrate to the soul of Quasimodo through that thick, hard rind; if we could sound the depths of that badly constructed organism; if it were granted to us to look with a torch behind those non-transparent organs to explore the shadowy interior of that opaque creature, to elucidate his obscure corners, his absurd no-thoroughfares, and suddenly to cast a vivid light upon the soul enchained at the extremity of that cave, we should, no doubt, find the unhappy Psyche in some poor, cramped, and ricketty attitude, like those prisoners beneath the Leads of Venice, who grew old bent double in a stone box which was both too low and too short for them.
"Nay," said he, "the youth is right; if the other dieth, he dieth in the wrestling ring, where he took his chance, and was cast fairly enow."
Waters of the Waingunga, the Man-Pack have cast me out.
Once on a time, Zarathustra also cast his fancy beyond man, like all backworldsmen.