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  • CBCS-FM — Infobox Radio Station name = CBCS FM airdate = May 5, 1978 frequency = 99.9 MHz (FM) city = Sudbury, Ontario area = Northeastern Ontario format = public broadcasting owner = Canadian Broadcasting Corporation erp = 50 kW branding = CBC Radio One… …   Wikipedia

  • CBCS — Chevalier bienfaisant de la Cité sainte Le chevalier bienfaisant de la Cité sainte (souvent désigné par le sigle CBCS) est l étape ultime du Rite écossais rectifié. Le maçon rectifié, après avoir parcouru les quatre étapes de la classe maçonnique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CBCS — Computer Based Conversation System (BBS, Opus) …   Acronyms

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  • Opus-CBCS — The Opus Computer Based Conversation System was a Fidonet Bulletin Board System. Originally developed by Wynn Wagner III in 1985[1], Opus was one of the leading Bulletin Board Systems during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Opus was a community… …   Wikipedia

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  • Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society — Chairperson Secretary General Guiamel M. Alim Sammy P. Maulana Website http://www.cbcsi.org Consortium of Bangsamoro Civil Society, almost always referred to by its abbreviation CBCS, is the largest umbrella civil society organization (CSO)… …   Wikipedia

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