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Synonyms for CLI

a user interface in which you type commands instead of choosing them from a menu or selecting an icon

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Beginning with the flagship calcium, lime and rust remover (CLR) and expanding to include a Mold & Mildew remover and Stain Magnet stain remover, the CLR family of products has helped solve people's toughest cleaning problems for more than 20 years.
Current products include the CLR Library(TM), which contains measurement-based models for a multitude of commercially-available passive components, the Non-Linear Diode (NLD) Library(TM) and the Non-Linear Transistor (NLT) Library(TM).
From sinks, tubs, showerheads and appliances to patio furniture, cement, grills, driveways and gutters, CLR products make cleaning easier and more efficient.
That's why CLR Cleaners are formulated to be powerful, effective and fast-acting to get the job done quickly, so you can have more time to do the things you love to do.
It is the mission of CLR to provide, in any medium, statutes, regulations and court rules that are more up-to-date, accurate, and affordable than those of any other publisher.
In the proposed second step of the acquisition, TTC plans to merge Sabre with and into CLR, with CLR as the surviving corporation of the merger.
CLR was founded in 1964 as a computer service bureau for federal income tax returns for tax preparers.
This agreement is a major win for our customers because it dramatically expands the resources focused on our international software," said Allen Harris, Group Vice President in charge of the corporate tax group at CLR.
According to Brian Healy, Chief Financial Officer for CLR, "Earlier today CLR entered into an agreement to outsource certain design and support services in the international tax area to Ernst & Young.
The agreement is not expected to have an impact on CLR operating results in 1997, but is expected to contribute positively to earnings in 1998 and future years.
In conjunction with this announcement, CLR also announced the signing of a $1.
Then, in December of 1995, CLR acquired the popular DOS-based Fixed Asset Management System (FAMS) and Utility Fixed Asset Management System (UFAMS) from Price Waterhouse LLP.
ACE incorporates accounting software products previously marketed as CLR Professional Software.
CLR previously acquired a DOS based practice management software package from Prentice Hall under the trade name Practice Advantage.