CBTS

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AcronymDefinition
CBTSCarmel-by-the-Sea (California)
CBTSClass Based Tunnel Selection (Cisco)
CBTSCross-Border Trade in Services (various locations)
CBTSComputer Based Training System
CBTSConsult Build Transform Support (Cincinnati, OH)
CBTSChesapeake Bay Tributary Strategy (Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection)
CBTSCalm Before the Storm (gaming clan)
CBTSCalvary Baptist Theological Seminary (Lansdale, PA)
CBTSCan't Be Too Sure
CBTSComputer Based Training Squadron
References in classic literature ?
As yet the forces, from whose linking the lightning springs, were held apart, and the silence of nature proclaimed the calm before the storm.
The new products include lots of metallic shades and feature names such as Calm Before The Storm, Eye of The Storm, and Superstar.
But the BCF warns this could be the calm before the storm.
RYAN VAIL - SHADOWS The calm before the storm that will be album number two, next year.
Maybe the calm before the storm," the commander in chief said.
Geared toward young readers but fast-paced and honest enough to keep young adults engaged, Gratz's insightful novel offers little calm before the storm.
Readers also see the everyday world around Sage that is seemingly unaffected by these demons, creating a calm before the storm.
Like the calm before the storm, athletes stripped down to their underwears and once again hit the streets of Subic Bay in the third Century Tuna Superbods: The Underpants Run held Saturday morning.
His topics after the Irish Republic gained possession in 1922 include the Civil War, a state of emergency, calm before the storm, and the task of modernization.
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Live speedway Eurosport 2, 6pm IT'S the calm before the storm, a week-long period of meditation and contemplation before the start of the football season, writes Steve Davies.
It is the calm before the storm, warn experts, who have predicted a "colder but drier" winter than usual.