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circ.

abbr.
1. circle
2. circuit
3. circulation
4. circumference
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In 2009, 67% of that circ category accounted for total daily circ.
In September 2002, President Bush issued an executive order to expedite or "streamline" the environmental review process for a select group of high priority transportation projects, including the Circ.
Every day we hear media reports of far-reaching decisions affecting children's lives-made by legislators, politicians, school boards, government agencies, judges, and others-ostensibly based on sound research," Ceci and Williams state in the project summary of the CIRC.
The second stage of the transaction was expected to be funded by China Development Bank (CDB), subject to receiving clearance from the CIRC.