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CPI

Commence Primary Ignition

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CAS

Commence Average Speed

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C-DAY

Commence Day; the unnamed Day on which a Deployment Operation begins

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D-DAY

Unnamed Day on which Operations are scheduled to Commence

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EDIFACT

Electronic Data Interchange For Administration Commence And Transport

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D-Day

Unnamed Day on which Operations are scheduled to Commence

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ACW

Approval to Commence Work

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CSP

Commence Search Point

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L-Hour

Specific Hour On C-Day At Which A Deployment Operation Commences or is to Commence

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What does commence mean?

get down, begin, get, start out, start, set about, set out, commence(verb)
take the first step or steps in carrying out an action

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