Nevertheless, it's an acronym
good and proper, describing exactly what it does in its tanks.
I just remember the simple days of yesteryear when acronym
stories carried less social baggage.
This would mean that all representative consonants in acronyms
are pronounced with an /-a-/ sound.
In fact many authors have already suggested modification of existing acronyms
and many acronyms
have already been replaced in the dermatology literature.
With other benefits professionals, he uses acronyms
Please do not get me started on TLA's, FLA's, and RAS (Redundant Acronym
for universal serial bus, USB is the most common type of computer port, or connector, used in today's computers.
Among the several existing methods for acronyms
expansion extraction in the literature, we present here some significant works.
Not that VRM is a bad idea: As the power dynamic in the vendor-customer relationship shifts ever more in favor of the latter, it's only sensible that an acronym
comparable to "CRM" would come along to connote the individual's ability to manage interactions with the brands vying for her attention.
I call my campaign GROAN - Get Rid Of Acronyms
of Florida, Jacksonville) presents acronyms
and terms alphabetically, with each letter of acronyms
defined in one section, followed by definitions of terms.
In our imperfect world, however, staff members across an organization's various business functions are frequently on different pages--often because of the acronyms
each uses--particularly in speech.