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civ


n.
Informal. civilization.
[by shortening]

Civ.

1. civil.
2. civilian.
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Before making boarding arrangements for vacations, dog owners should check with their veterinarians about the highly contagious canine influenza virus (CIV), explains Kimberly May, spokesperson for the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Civ. P 1.310(h) provides for an award of expenses and attorneys' fees for failure to attend or to properly notice a deposition.
Last year, CIV H3N2 was reportedly identified in the US following multiple outbreaks throughout the country.
These days, the likes of Civ also have to go through YouTube.
CIV:LAB will be working with Grid Members and sponsors who will support specific Urbantech NYC events and programs.
CIV usually causes mild respiratory symptoms, and CIV-infected dogs often recover without treatment.
The company's Abbreviated New Drug Application for Clobazam Tablets, CIV is the generic for Onfi Tablets by Lundbeck.
In January 2004 canine influenza virus (CIV) subtype H3N8 of equine origin was first isolated from racing greyhounds in USA (Crawford et al., 2005), and then in the same year the virus was isolated from shelter and pet dogs (Payungporn et al., 2008).
London CIV (LCIV), an authorised and regulated investment management company set up within the local government pension scheme initiative in the UK, has selected Opus Nebula's Reporting as a Service solution for fund factsheet and client reporting, the company said.
Of course, that means you can also presumably lure away other Civ's cities and make them your own.
At the level of the promontorium, the left CIV was closer to the S1 anterior wall than was the right CIV (mean distance: 5.00 [+ or -] 3.00 versus 7.00 [+ or -] 4.28 mm, resp.; P = 0.016) (Table 2).
uniformis, representing 94% of Iospilidae abundance in CIII and 100% in CIV. P.