from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. citizens band
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- citizens' band
- Confined to barracks (a punishment in the army).
- Chemical and Biological
- Cape Breton
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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If they do, having an incoming link to this post from a high-authority, highly-relevant site like CB is going to help me place better.
CB is known to all for his generosity, style and humor.
On another note, CB is or was a Marine one - or two-star in the reserves.
There was, quite simply, not a single well-reasoned argument in CB's entire article.
The arrest-plagued Bengals needed an Eagle Scout, and they got a figurative one in CB Leon Hall, a widely projected top-10 pick who was available at No. 18.
First, notwithstanding having a legally bound conscious orientation, CB is subconsciously influenced by and sees the law through background personal views; the legal interpretations of CB are thus not completely free of political influences in this subconscious sense.
CB is acting in a rule bound fashion, consistent with the duty of judges within our system, while CEO is abusing his power as a judge by engaging in a manipulative (insincere) interpretation of the law to advance a desired political end.
So what you’re trading off from using a CB is actually distance and at that distance less kinetic energy with more guess work in yardage.
•Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mild surprise in CB Aqib Talib.