CRITIS

AcronymDefinition
CRITISCritical Information Infrastructures Security (workshop)
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The decision was last night critis cised by former professional footballers, local amateur clubs and opposition councillors.
Eliot, who is not a secular-minded critic, condemns Arnold for having made a religion of culture, thereby leaving "Religion to be laid waste by the anarchy of feelings."(15) What these critis fail to see is the need religion serves in Arnold's political and social imagination.