CX

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AcronymDefinition
CxCustomer
CxCulture (e.g., bacterial)
CxCustomer Experience
CXChristmas Island
CXContext (Novell Netware)
CXCancel
CXCross Reference
CXConstellation
CXCircumflex (artery)
CXCommissioning
CXChristmas Islands (ISO country code)
CXConnexin
CXCommodity Exchange (New York, NY)
CXCount Register (assembler)
CXPhosgene Oxime
CXCross Examination Debate
CXControl Transmitter
CXConfiguration Index
CXChron X (game)
CXComposite Signaling
CXConsumer Exchange
CXRural Exchange
CXCriticality Experiment
CXColor Exterior Film (NASA)
CXColumn Extractant
CXCummings Exclusively (Mi6 Intelligence Report)
CXCylinder in Diopters, Axis in Degrees (ophthalmology)
CXActual / on scene (as in WxCx)
CXCategorical Exclusion
CXCervix
CXCharacter Transmission
CXChief Executive
CXChange Context
CXCathay Pacific Airways
CXCenter of Expertise (Army Corps of Engineers)
CXCervical
CXChallenge X (hybrid vehicle development project)
CXCheck Cancellation (stop payment)
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So Hepzibah put forth her lank arm, and, taking the effigy from the shop-window, delivered it to her first customer.
The shop was crammed with customers, and there were crowds of mice upon the biscuit canisters.
You also create a certain amount of agitation among the married portion of the customers.
Besides, it was not as if the red-faced customer had been rude.
On account of which, and at the same time to oblige a real good customer, you mean to go down with me, in confidence, to Tom-all-Alone's and to keep the whole thing quiet ever afterwards and never mention it to any one.
There was cheques--they was a bit of paper written on, and they was jes' as good as money--jes' as good if they come from customers you knew.
Ikey Schoenstein was the night clerk of the Blue Light and the friend of his customers.
It was hopelessly cracked; but of an evening, at the slightest provocation, it clattered behind the customer with impudent virulence.
The sturdy landlord had a large pair of dull fish-like eyes, and the little man who had hazarded the remark about the moon (and who was the parish-clerk and bell-ringer of Chigwell, a village hard by) had little round black shiny eyes like beads; moreover this little man wore at the knees of his rusty black breeches, and on his rusty black coat, and all down his long flapped waistcoat, little queer buttons like nothing except his eyes; but so like them, that as they twinkled and glistened in the light of the fire, which shone too in his bright shoe-buckles, he seemed all eyes from head to foot, and to be gazing with every one of them at the unknown customer.
For, it would seem that Purl must always be taken early; though whether for any more distinctly stomachic reason than that, as the early bird catches the worm, so the early purl catches the customer, cannot here be resolved.
I will, with your leave, relate to you, miss, the story of one of our customers.
Pierce, with his scissors and razor, was at work upon the heads or chins of his other customers.
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