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cha·os

(kā-os),
1. State of such total disorganization that it has no constructive predicates.
2. A state in which no causal relationships are operating.
[G., primeval formless void]

chaos

[kā′əs]
total disorganization with no causal relationships operating.

CHAOS

Abbreviation for:
Cambridge Heart Antioxidant Study
can’t handle another overwhelming situation
chief has arrived on the scene (Medspeak-UK)
common hierarchical access object system
congenital high-airway obstruction syndrome

CHAOS

Cambridge Heart Anti-Oxidant Study Cardiology An on-going study that concluded that vitamin E supplements ↓ the risk of acute MI in Pts with known CAD. See Angina, Coronary artery disease, Silent ischemia.
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Likewise in Chaos Ternary, Chaos International Financial will also be holding investment seminars inviting domestic and global hedge fund managers and traders.
Candy gave a loud yelp as Mr Graham tried to prise Candy away from Chaos.
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they opened the door for chaos and fuelled tensions," said the Emir, while appealing for national unity.
Mechanical systems have not been built to experiment chaos and hence, they collapse before reaching that phase.
Stochasticity, Dynamical Chaos or simply Chaos [5, 6], is the appearance of apparently random motion in a deterministic dynamical system, this is, a system with no random forcing.
Chaos is paradoxical; you need a certain amount of chaos to be creative but not to the point that you feel overwhelmed by its size.
It is also inarguable, they argue, that there is already plenty of chaos, anarchy and destruction now.
The misery faced by tens of thousands of travellers heading home for Christmas through London airports was predicted to ease on Saturday after three days of chaos when hundreds of flights were cancelled due to thick fog.