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AcronymDefinition
CARESChild Aviation Restraint System (aircraft child harness)
CARESCapital Asset Realignment for Enhanced Services (US Veteran Affairs)
CAREsCommunities Against a Radioactive Environment (Livermore, CA)
CARESCenter for Agricultural, Resource, and Environmental Systems
CARESCenter for Administering Rehabilitation and Employment Services
CARESCoordinated Access to the Research and Extension System
CARESCancer Rehabilitation Evaluation System
CARESCommittee for AIDS Resources, Education and Services
CARESCounty Alliance for Responsible Environmental Stewardship
CARESCeramic Analysis and Reliability Evaluation of Structures
CARESCupertino Amateur Radio Emergency Service
CARESCenter for Adolescent Research, Education and Sexuality (Africa)
CARESCaregiving, Assistance, Respite, Education and Service (AARP, California)
CARESCratering and Related Effects Simulation
CARESConservation Applicant Referral Evaluation System
CARESCenter for Applied Research in Engineering and Science (Pittsburgh, PA)
CARESCarolina AIDS Resource and Education Service
CARESComprehensive Assistance and Re-Employment Services (Ocala, FL)
CARESComputation & Research Evaluation System
References in classic literature ?
When a man or woman loves to brood over a sorrow and takes care to keep it green in their memory, you may be sure it is no longer a pain to them.
The Italians make little difference between children, and nephews or near kinsfolks; but so they be of the lump, they care not though they pass not through their own body.
didn't go with him on the desert island and take care of him.
I don't care for old Bounderby,' said he, 'if you mean that.
You didn't tell a man, who didn't care for you, that you loved him, did you?
It is Her peace that ye go to break Not mine, nor any king's, But, touching your clamour of 'conscience sake,' I care for none of these things
She answered, that she always took care of that, and had no nurses in her business but what were very good, honest people, and such as might be depended upon.
But, perhaps, his sister does as well for the present, and, as she is under his sole care, he may do what he likes with her.
I'll always be ugly now, because Angel is not here, and I have nobody to take care of me.
He knew that Mildred did not care for him at all in that way.
In his own mind Ralph was following the passage of the Otway carriage over the heath; he then went back to the five or ten minutes that he had spent with Katharine, and examined each word with the care that a scholar displays upon the irregularities of an ancient text.
Besides, there would be another inconvenience attending this proposal, for what is common to many is taken least care of; for all men regard more what is their own than what others share with them in, to which they pay less attention than is incumbent on every one: let me add also, that every one is more negligent of what another is to see to, as well as himself, than of his own private business; as in a family one is often worse served by many servants than by a few.