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a word formed from the initial letters of the several words in the name

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Lately I have found myself spending far too much time with beings from the planet Acronym.
One in ten (11 per cent) confess they also feel pressurised to use business acronyms.
Glossary & Acronyms is an excellent companion to our CFR Reference Guides (for drugs or devices), GCP Question & Answer Reference Guide, and State-by-State Clinical Trial Requirements Reference Guide.
In fact, over 54 per cent of people who said they had used the acronyms presented to them were not able to identify their correct meaning.
NASA-SPEAK Here are NASA-approved acronyms used by students from Redwood Intermediate and Conejo Valley High schools to communicate with peers in Maine and Hawaii, respectively, in a recent science experiment.
Three-person teams made from some of Louisville's brightest technology companies will look to decode challenging acronyms like WEBDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) and NNTP (Network News Transport Protocol) at the unique fund raiser.
This report is a great resource for spelling, use of correct abbreviations, and definition of healthcare-related acronyms for any medical office staff or facility.
Windows Live's Karin Muskopf says these technologies are a lot less scary once you get past the unusual words and acronyms.
Glossaries - Organizations for Health Care, Abbreviations and Acronyms, Definitions of Terms related to therapy
WYSIWIG, or "what you see is what you get" is just one of the many acronyms three-person teams from local technology companies may be asked to decode during the fundraising event at Louisville Slugger Field from 11:30 a.
announced today the results of a survey of 2,000 of its end users on what instant messaging (IM) acronyms are most commonly used in the workplace.
The book is built around two familiar seven-letter words - "failure" and "success" - which Cossolotto turns into acronyms to provide the overall structure of the book.
Inspired by Anil's mnemonics, I decided to see what I could do in making acronyms for the state names.
Linguist Ben Zimmer has established that the earliest citation of the acronym was used in the newsletter called Fidone in its May 1989 issue, which was way before the acronyms like ROFL, BTW and BRB came into use, Metro.