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AcronymDefinition
CHAOSChaotic Modeling and Simulation (International Conference)
CHAOSCreate Havoc Around Our System (flight attendant strike method)
CHAOSCan't Have Anyone Over Syndrome (FlyLady.net)
CHAOSChief Has Arrived on Scene (USCG adaptation to Army usage) :-)
CHAOSCanadian High Acceptance Orbit Spectrometer
CHAOSCircular High Acceptance (Magnetic) Orbit Spectrometer
CHAOSChapter Honorary Alliance of Spellcasters
CHAOSClose Heathrow Airport On Sundays (Heathrow residents anti-noise action group)
CHAOSColonel Has Another Outstanding Suggestion :-)
CHAOSChildhood Health Associates of Salem (Oregon)
CHAOSColonel Has Arrived On-Scene (Disaster Control Response) :-)
CHAOSCobra Helicopter Advanced Operations System
CHAOSChrist Has All Our Solutions
CHAOSCoronary artery disease, Hypertension, Atherosclerosis, Obesity, Stroke
CHAOSChina Has All Our Savings (Richardsavvy.com; blog)
References in classic literature ?
For an instant he appeared, in this frame of granite, like the angel of chaos, but in pushing back the lateral rocks, he lost his point of support, for the monolith which weighed upon his shoulders, and the boulder, pressing upon him with all its weight, brought the giant down upon his knees.
To whom these most adhere, Hee rules a moment; CHAOS Umpire sits, And by decision more imbroiles the fray By which he Reigns: next him high Arbiter CHANCE governs all.
Moments, fragments, a second of vision, and then the flying waters, the winds dissipating and dissolving; then, too, the recollection from chaos, the return of security, the earth firm, superb and brilliant in the sun.
Here Saturn's grey chaos rolls over me, and I obtain dim, shuddering glimpses into those Polar eternities; when wedged bastions of ice pressed hard upon what are now the Tropics; and in all the 25,000 miles of this world's circumference, not an inhabitable hand's breadth of land was visible.
He tied some metal mugs to a dog's tail and turned him loose, and he tore around and around the place in a frenzy of fright, with all the other dogs bellowing after him and battering and crashing against everything that came in their way and making altogether a chaos of confusion and a most deafening din and turmoil; at which every man and woman of the multitude laughed till the tears flowed, and some fell out of their chairs and wallowed on the floor in ecstasy.
Like a lion in a menagerie, it is a survival of the extinct chaos entrapped and exhibited amid the smug parks and well-rolled downs of England.
Already the difficulties of avoiding a collision in a crowd are enough to tax the sagacity of even a well-educated Square; but if no one could calculate the Regularity of a single figure in the company, all would be chaos and confusion, and the slightest panic would cause serious injuries, or -- if there happened to be any Women or Soldiers present -- perhaps considerable loss of life.
I picked myself up and stood trembling, my mind a chaos of the most horrible misgivings.
The youth achieved one little thought in the midst of this chaos.
Without such a provision the world could not get on at all, and simple chaos would ensue.
If in the front and the key-truck of chaos, he entered terrifically into the quarrel that was raging to and fro among the drivers on their high seats, and sometimes roared oaths and violently got himself arrested.
In consequence of this, in the higher spheres, and even in society, all was chaos, and although everyone was interested, no one could tell whether the native tribes really were becoming impoverished and ruined, or whether they were in a flourishing condition.