verb (used with or without object) Scot.
Origin of ca'
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Contemporary Examples of cas
This is known as close air support, or CAS, in military jargon.
“Lack of forward firing ordnance in a CAS supporting aircraft is a major handicap,” he added.
“SA-6s are the least of our concerns for CAS in the modern age of surface-to-air missile system proliferation,” the official said.American Warplane’s Forgotten Nazi Past
October 12, 2014
Historical Examples of cas
Bein' his servant, I wear all his cas' off clothes which I was glad to have.Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 2
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The beautiful coast about Cas Catal had a herbage of its own.The Fortunate Isles
Mary Stuart Boyd
"Yes, and if we had a torpedo we could sink her," said Cas Temple from the hatch.The Adventure Club Afloat
Ralph Henry Barbour
Yas, suh; I jus' marches 'em in an' tells 'em how to cas' dey vote.Slave Narratives: Arkansas Narratives
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Indeed, ordinary light never has the effect of causing luminescence in the same sense as it causes phosphorescence of CaS.The Nature of Animal Light
E. Newton Harvey