The CS in ICM-CS stands for Campaign Star.
Cs = centavos
Do you possibly mean CS Lewis? Do you possibly mean CS Lewis?
If it's about nerf guns, cs means clip system.
Most legal aid attys have hundreds of cases per each! And the goal is to get them done asap.I know they are cheap and there is a reason for it. But when it comes to attys you should put your $ where your case is.
The CS means Clip System, and the 6 at the end means how many darts the magazine can hold. The Raider CS-35, for example, has a drum magazine that can hold 35 darts.
There are MANY things CS can stand for listed on thefreedictionary.com: CS Counter-Strike (game) CS Case(s) CS Computer Science CS Customer Service CS Counter Strike CS Costa Rica CS Customer Support CS Coming Soon CS Creative Suite (Adobe) CS CompuServe CS Control System CS Computer Society CS Client Server CS Community Server CS Colorado Springs CS Caught Stealing (Baseball) CS Case Sensitive CS Computer Software CS Christian Science CS Customer Satisfaction CS CDF (Cumulative Distribution Function)-Based Scheduling Algorithm CS Credit Suisse CS Cross Section CS Community Service CS Civil Service CS Cosenza (Italy) CS Computing Science CS Card Services (PCMCIA cards) CS Computer Services CS Cognitive Science CS Communication Server (back-end network terminology) CS Controlled Substance CS Communications System CS Child Support CS College Station (Texas) CS C Sharp (File Name Extension) CS Cesium CS Communications Security CS Coordinate System CS Coffee Shop CS Cooling System CS Computing Services CS Communications Software CS Convenience Store CS Cohort Study CS Computer Studies CS Corticosteroids CS Cyber Sex CS Chief of Staff CS Communications Services CS Cocker Spaniel CS Central Station CS Committee Substitute CS Cultural Studies CS Common Stock CS Code Segment CS Center Stage CS Common Set CS Crystal Space (open source 3d Engine) CS Commercial Service (US Department of Commerce) CS Critical Section CS Carbon Steel CS Context Switch CS Client System(s) CS Cyberstorm (game) CS Change Status CS Chondroitin Sulfate CS Construction Site CS Chip Select CS CouchSurfing CS Clean Sheet (English soccer; goalie stat) CS Comfort Suites (hotel) CS Cost Sharing CS Cultural Survival CS Civil Servant CS Confined Space CS Clinical Signs CS Citrate Synthase CS Control Section CS Case Series CS Clear Screen (Hyper Logo Turtle graphics command) CS ChanServ (IRC Channel Server) CS Cold Start CS Control Set CS Cable Select CS Call Server CS Company Secretary CS Call Sign (military) CS Curbside (vehicle design) CS Collective Soul (band) CS Contract Services CS Combat Support CS Common Software CS Control Station (US Army) CS Core Systems CS Corporate Structure CS Check Sum CS Coronation Street (British soap opera) CS Combat System CS Cub Scouts CS Como Siempre (as always) CS Cracked Software CS Conditioned Stimulus (psychology/psychiatry) CS Challenge Stradale (Ferrari) CS Clubsport (Porsche model) CS Current Segment CS Control Segment CS coastal station (US DoD) CS Crimson Skies (video game) CS County Seat CS Centro de Salud (Health Centre) CS Chief Secretary (for Administration; Hong Kong) CS Channel Selector CS Cushing's Syndrome CS Club Sport CS California Special (automobile) CS Committee Specification CS Coronary Sinus (medical) CS Convergence Sublayer CS Constant Source CS Channel Status CS Capability Set CS Communications Section CS Communications Support CS Copper Sulfate CS Cirrostratus (cloud formation) CS Cockayne Syndrome CS Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers band member) CS Current Series CS Comma Splice CS Cut Sheet CS Cast Steel CS Clive Staples (C.S. Lewis) CS Circle Surround (5.1 surround sound by SRS Labs) CS Cat Show CS Communications Squadron CS Coherent States CS Confidential Source CS Chest Strap CS Control Store CS Competitive Strategies CS Contract Specialist CS Civil Support CS Circuit Switch CS Cerulean Studios CS Circuit Schematic CS Close Support CS Commercial Satellite CS Continuous Spectrum CS Caesarian Section CS Cheating System (gaming) CS Cleveland Steamer CS Constraint Set CS Competitive Sourcing CS Chlorinated Solvents CS Current Sheet (astronomy) CS Chappelle's Show (Comedy Central TV show) CS Charles Schwab & Co CS Computers and Security (International Federation of Information Processing journal) CS Code Strip CS Contractor Support CS Communications Subsystem CS Cowden Syndrome CS Composite Service CS Congenital Syphilis CS Clinical Supervisor CS Computer Station CS Column Space (mathematics) CS Coronado Springs (Disney Resort) CS Current Strength CS Cobra Starship (band) CS Cropping System (agriculture) CS Cued Speech CS Compliance Specialist CS Criticality Safety (nuclear) CS Cable Ship CS Cork Screw CS Component Supplier CS Culinary Specialist (navy rating) CS Cello Suites CS Critically Sensitive CS Combat Skill (gaming, Diablo II) CS Crew Station CS Crystal Square (Crystal City, Arlington, VA) CS Captain Skyhawk (video game) CS Cabin Systems CS Completely Sterile CS Classified Sensitive CS Conducted Susceptibility CS critical source (US DoD) CS Cheap Sox (Tufts University Improvisational Comedy Troupe) CS Close Shot (cinematography) CS Christian Surfers CS Cell Station (radio basestation in PHS) CS controlled space (US DoD) CS Crescent School (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) CS Cait Sith (Final Fantasy VII character) CS Cum Suis (Latin: and associates) CS Superconducting Cyclotron CS Crew Systems CS Construction Specialist CS Counterstrain CS Core Segment CS Complete Sharing CS Championship Subdivision (football) CS Corbascript (File Extension) CS Consumer's Surplus (economics) CS Check Solutions CS Communications Segment CS Cliometric Society CS Coordination Sud CS Control Synthesizer (Yamaha) CS Computer Subsystem CS Contracting Specialist (USACE) CS Control Strobe (logic signal, electronics) CS Certification Survey CS Checkout Station CS Content Staging CS Coded Switch CS Combat Surveillance CS Commissaryman (USN Rating) CS Candidate Specification (GS1) CS Cheesy Smile CS Caval Syndrome (canine heartworm) CS Caustic Scrubber CS Cobalt Scar (Everquest) CS Competition Sensitive CS Chondroid Syringoma (tumor) CS Compliance Subcommittee CS Contractual Specification CS Capita Symonds Ltd (UK) CS Core Spray (Nuclear Power) CS Cycles Shift CS Combat Sent CS Check Sorter CS Cold Skill (gaming, Diablo II) CS Curve to Spiral CS Courant-Snyder (parameters) CS Centi Stokes CS Chevalier School (Philippines) CS Closed Satellite CS Contributory Support CS Communication Scheduler CS Countersabotage CS Competitive-Sensitive CS Clogged Stream CS Consumables Status CS Castle Sauvage (game) CS Crew Simulator CS Coolant Sampling CS Crazy Safari (movie) CS ClickServ CS Chaplain Service (Air Force) (US DoD) CS Corrugated Services, Inc (Forney, Texas) CS creeping line single-unit (US DoD) CS Channel Shuffling (mobile communications) CS Missionaries of St. Charles, Scalabrinians (religious order) CS Controllability Set CS Chemical/Cold Storage CS Content Software GmbH CS Clairvoyant Scheme CS Completions Supervisor CS 0-Chlorobenzylmalononitrile (tear gas) CS Colorado Southern Railway Company CS Containment Substation Bus (electrical) CS Containment Safety/Spray CS Compressor Subassembly
The abbreviation (Att.) means attic or attics. The abbreviation for attorney (atty.) has the plural (attys.) for attorneys.
If it says the charge was POSS CS Int DEL 200G. What does that mean?
airway, breathing and circulation
No, because the Longshot is a Clip-System blaster, meaning that the only dart it can fire are Streamline Darts. Every Clip System blaster has the letters "CS" in their name (ex. Longstrike CS-6, Recon CS-6, Alpha Trooper CS-18) meaning that they can only take Streamline Darts.
It can mean "culture and sensitivity". Usually referring to laboratory results.
Schedule 4, Controlled Substance
I believe it means Covered Sights. My 336 doesn't have a covered front site blade, and my 336CS does. CS does not mean "covered sights". It is the designation for a Marlin C-"Carbine" with S-"Safety" which means it's a carbine with the latest crossbolt safey.
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It's the chemical name for CS gas (tear gas).
example: -6 + 3 1. imagine in your head or write ------ and +++ 2. cross out one until u get the answer cs = cross out - - - - - - + + + cs cs cs cs cs cs so there are only 3 negatives left, so the answer is -3
It's either 3 Cs and 3 Bs which is 2.5 or 2 Cs, 1 D, and 3 Bs which is 2.333