38 examples of Acronym in a sentence
And finally, an
that stands for the nature of the feedback you're getting after you made the decision.
Now, if I had to draw together all these different experiments in task shifting, and there have of course been many other examples, and try and identify what are the key lessons we can learn that makes for a successful task shifting operation, I have coined this particular acronym, SUNDAR.
We call it OMEGA, which is an
for Offshore Membrane Enclosures for Growing Algae.
Just as medicine serves to heal more than the building blocks of the body alone, the power and beauty of music transcends the "E" in the middle of our beloved
You may think that's a sneeze, but it's not a sneeze, it's an
And we have developed the first model for a nonprofit rating agency for sovereign risk, and we call it by its acronym, INCRA.
It actually means, "to believe in peace," but the
really means Regional Command Center for Peacekeeping Operations.
And so we decided to give it a catchy title, and we called it: "Where's The Flux?" I will let you work out the
They spell out the
I think about our acronym: LGBTQ2SIA.
"MANIAC," which became the
for the machine, Mathematical and Numerical Integrator and Calculator, "lost its memory."
We were totally dependent during those years on this amazing acronym, which is MAD.
I mean I know it's a real person and everything, but I'm just saying that like, you know, I think it's very cool how it's also an acronym, you know, which is like, you know, is like very high concept and everything like that.
I came to learn that I was a "None," which isn't an
or a clever play on words, nor is it one of these.
Eager electronics whiz Brian Foster (a likable performance by Wesley Eure of TV's "Land of the Lost") creates a computerized watchdog called C.H.O.M.P.S. (an
for Canine Home Protection System) for his boss Mr. Ralph Norton (nicely played by Conrad Baain), whose home security business is floundering.
We start out with some talking heads pontificating about what the word means to them, then there's a childish montage of people dropping the f-bomb, then a bunch of people spouting the (untrue) theory that the word is an
for "Fornication Under Consent of the King" (actually, it comes from an old Dutch word for "penis").
You'll notice that the
for this film is HOT BM: appropriate, given the steaming pile of crap that it is!
(In case you were wondering, "D.E.B.S." is an
for "Discipline Energy Beauty Strength") The film is definitely going to be a 'head turner' not because it stars some very attractive actresses, but because of the 'love-story' that sprouts between two of the lead female characters.
"BSW" (and I like the
because it emphasizes the nature of this mess of a film) has none of the vigor or playfulness of his earlier films.
The EITI may not be a catchy acronym, but in concert with civil society efforts such as Publish What You Pay, it promises to do a lot more good in the world than most.
The lack of common ground among the BRICS has prompted cynics to call the grouping an
with no substance.
In the coming days, we might find out whether the BRICS will ever be more than a catchy
with an annual boondoggle attached.
In 1983, Suharto, who ruled Indonesia with an iron fist from 1967 to 1998, presided over a series of mysterious deaths, known as the Petrus Killings (for their Indonesian acronym).
was entirely appropriate.
And could there be a less attractive way of presenting the European story than with the
of the major pro-European lobby group Britain Stronger in Europe?
In fact, I came up with the
not just because the letters fit together, but also because of the word’s actual meaning: these emerging economies, I argued in my 2001 paper, should be the building blocks of freshly overhauled global financial and governance systems.
The economic performance of Brazil and Russia, in particular, has been very disappointing so far this decade, to the point that many now perceive those countries as unworthy of the status the
Each letter of the
is important and necessary in the fight against the tobacco epidemic.
The so-called ALBA countries (the Spanish
for the so-called Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas), which includes Cuba, Venezuela, Honduras, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Dominica, and Ecuador, were able partly to outwit – and partly to “out-blackmail” – Canada, the United States, and the Latin American democracies in getting Cuba rehabilitated.