C/A

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AcronymDefinition
C/AChange of Address
C/ACorrective Action
C/AContract Award
C/ACourse Acquisition (US DoD)
C/ACoarse/Acquisition
C/ACoarse Acquisition (navigation)
C/ACorps Artillery
C/ACritical Assembly
C/ACovert Attack
C/AClear/Acquisition
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(104) Across cultures, males are more likely than females to use direct physical aggression; the two genders tend to be roughly equal in their propensity toward verbal aggression; and females are more likely than males to use indirect aggression: spreading gossip, manipulating surrogates, and other forms of covert attack. (105) When women do commit acts of direct aggression, like murder, they tend to use surreptitious means that minimize the actual violence, like poison or battery against a sleeping foe, although when they have power and thi nk they are unobserved (as when they care for children and aged people) they are less reticent about resorting to direct physical violence.
offensive BW program continued, driven by bureaucratic momentum and fear of covert attack. Regis recounts the appalling story of how U.S.
The robbers fled when they heard the sirens of police alerted by a covert attack alarm.
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Terrorism and Covert Attack
insists that at this point there is no sign of a covert attack on Origen by Methodius as the dialogue reveals the cosmological dualism at the root of the arguments of the "opponents" in explaining the origin of evil.
While public debate on this contract has focused on other aspects, buried within it is a covert attack on the environment that is wildly at odds with the record you built up during most of your political career.
Bound up in this view is a covert attack on the post-1890 critical move away from mid-Victorian social, political, and economic discussions of literature and its readers, towards an aesthetic cultivation and discussion of literature as being produced by individuals standing apart from society, and more recently even as texts standing apart from the author.
A "false flag" operation is a covert attack on foreign or domestic soil carried out by governments or organizations under a false identity, aimed at placing blame on the enemy.
Four bodies were retrieved from the daring covert attack, including one of bin Laden's sons, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity.
This should give Tehran reason for pause, because a covert attack against an alert enemy is less likely to succeed and more likely to be traced to its source.
They may be thought to be the result of covert biological attack by another nation, criminal or terrorist attack, covert attack by a nation on a subnational group within its borders, or escape of a biological agent from a facility developing prohibited weapons.