CHAOS

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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

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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As a comment on his situation, this magnificent picture, powerfully evocative of the primordial chaos of the human condition, is one of his most personal.
He rests, finally, on the irreducibly duplex character of God as both primordial chaos and emergent creativity, a position that process theologians and defenders of creatio ex nihilo will doubtless wish to debate.
Finally, it is worth remarking that both poets modulate from the scene at hand to the creation myth in Genesis, Young reverting to primordial chaos through Silence and Darkness, Wordsworth the day that succeeded the creation of light ('his first splendour').
In the Babylonian creation myth, the dragon of primordial chaos is slain by the hero-king of the gods, who fashions the cosmos from the dragon's corpse.