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CUSCentro Universitario Sportivo (Italian: Universtity Sport Center)
CUSCommunauté Urbaine de Strasbourg (French: Urban Community of Strasbourg; Strasbourg, France)
CUSSee You Soon (chat)
CUSCumulative Updates
CUSCommon User Service
CUSCoefficient d'Utilisation du Sol (French: Land Use Coefficient)
CUSCommander, Undersea Surveillance (US Navy)
CUSCompression Ultrasonography
CUSConcordia University System
CUSContiguous United States
CUSChicago Union Station (railroad company)
CUSConfederación de Unificación Sindical (Spanish: Confederation of Labor Unification, Nicaragua)
CUSChronic Undifferentiated Schizophrenia (mental disease)
CUSChemical Update System (EPA)
CUSCarrillo Underwater Systems (underwater equipment manufacturer)
CUSCommon User System
CUScatch-up saccade
CUSCo-operative Union of Serbia
CUSCorrectional Unit Supervisor
CUSCommon User Subsystem
CUSConstant Unit Service
CUSCute Useless Stuff (polite form)
CUSCoherent Unit Set
CUSComité Universitaire de Solidarité
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Age-adjusted mortality rates for the contiguous United States in 2000-2005 were obtained from the Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research system of the U.S.
Throughout their long prosperous marriage, they traveled the contiguous United States and were both voracious readers.She will always be remembered for her vibrant, brilliant, and selfless nature; Florence radiated love wherever she went.
Texas is the second most populous (after California) and the second-largest of the 50 states (after Alaska) in the United States of America, and the largest state in the 48 contiguous United States. Geographically located in the South Central part of the country, Texas shares an international border with the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas to the south and borders the U.S.
The new warehouse is strategically positioned to allow Overstock the ability to offer two-day ground shipping to nearly every customer in the contiguous United States.
27 August 2013 -- Georgia USA-based payments processor TSYS (NYSE: TSS) said it has inked an agreement with financial services firm Discover (NYSE: DFS) to process online payment transactions from PayPal (NASDAQ: EBAY) within the contiguous United States.
The National Weather Model assimilates data from more than 8,000 USGS gauges to simulate water movement through rivers and streams for 2.7 million locations across the contiguous United States (compared to about 4,000 locations for previous models), generating hourly forecasts for the entire U.S.
Hunt Transport Services, Inc., a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company, focuses on providing safe and reliable transportation services to a diverse group of customers throughout the contiguous United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Almost two-thirds of the contiguous United States was under some level of drought condition at the beginning of August 2012, with more than 20% classified as extreme conditions or even worse.
Ecologist Taylor Ricketts of the University of Vermont in Burlington and colleagues found that wild bee populations declined in 23 percent of the contiguous United States from 2008 to 2013.
On March 26, construction crews started work on the Dakota Prairie Refinery, the first new oil refinery in the contiguous United States since 1977 and the first in North Dakota since 1956.
Author Andrew Moore presents students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with an examination of the cultural history of the largest edible fruit indigenous to the contiguous United States, the pawpaw.
Americans typically work out more during warmer months, and last year was the hottest on record for the contiguous United States, with an average temperature of 55.3 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.