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AcronymDefinition
CONConfidence (as in con game)
CONContrast (TV)
CONConvict
CONControl
CONCertificate Of Need (healthcare)
CONConnection
CONContinued
CONConvention
CONConclusion
CONControlled
CONConstitution
CONConsole (Includes Keyboard & Screen)
CONContinuous
CONConductor
CONConventional
CONConcrete (survey)
CONConservation (politics)
CONConjunction
CONConservative Party
CONConfirmed
CONConsul
CONConviction
CONCollege of Nursing (various locations)
CONConsolidated
CONCreatures of the Night
CONChronicles of Narnia (book & movie series)
CONContingency
CONConical
CONCasino on Net
CONConseco (insurance)
CONCommonwealth of Nations
CONChampions of Norrath (game)
CONConservatorium of Music
CONCall of Nature
CONConsole
CONConfiguration File
CONConiunx (Latin: Consort)
CONCertificate of Networthiness (USAF system certification)
CONClan Ohne Namen (gaming clan)
CONChips on the Net
CONComputer Output Notification
CONPeakSimple Control (file extension)
CONConstraint Oriented Notation
References in classic literature ?
And he desired to know, "Whether such zealous gentlemen could have any views of refunding themselves for the charges and trouble they were at by sacrificing the public good to the designs of a weak and vicious prince, in conjunction with a corrupted ministry?" He multiplied his questions, and sifted me thoroughly upon every part of this head, proposing numberless inquiries and objections, which I think it not prudent or convenient to repeat.
The new residents were in the garden, taking as much interest in their own doings as if the homestead had never passed its primal time in conjunction with the histories of others, beside which the histories of these were but as a tale told by an idiot.
"But," resumed Kennedy, who made great use of that conjunction.
There was something naively festive in his air, which, in conjunction with his firm and virile features, gave him a rather comical expression.
- Ivan Kraljevic (under I) a.1, a.2, c.14, d., the criminal offense of Crimes against Humanity under Article 172(1)(h), as read with subparagraphs (e), (f) and (k) of the CC BiH, in conjunction with Article 29 and Article 180(1) and (2) of the CC BiH; and in relation to (I) section c.12., c.13 and d.
In another development, Chong said in conjunction with Hari Gawai and Hari Raya, he would give free petrol refills to the first 500 motorcyclists.
Mercury will be at 'superior conjunction' with the sun at 3pm Doha time on Saturday, Qatar Calendar House (QCH) has said.
An ultra-close conjunction of Venus and Jupiter takes place this coming August, but quite low in the dusk.
1 a conjunction of four planets (Jupiter, Mars, Venus and Saturn) will be observed above the east southeastern horizon.
The involvement of these attentive resources in information conjunction in the working memory has been investigated through experimental paradigms that use the strategy of increasing cognitive load during the performance of a main task that requires information conjunction.
The Venus-Mars conjunction takes place Wednesday morning.
The act of pushing, or the gesture of pressing has no relation at all to the act of drawing, which takes place on the canvas surface." Only in one of the paintings here, Conjunction 79-11, 1979, are two shades of paint used; the others hew to monochromy, or would do so were it not for the fact that the brown of the canvas counts as a second color.