Acos



acos
language
A BBS language for PRODOS 8 on Apple II. Macos is a hacked version of ACOS.
(1994-11-08)
Contemporary Examples

But it’s a fairly clear signal that whatever Obamacare’s acos will do, it will not be what the Cleveland Clinic does.
Can the Cleveland Clinic Save American Health Care? Megan McArdle February 25, 2013

Historical Examples

acos the electors, like lisping babbies, cried out “No Sankee?”
Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol. 1, July 17, 1841 Various

And there ain’t no Cabs—’acos we’re a takin’ it hairystercratic, we are!
Punch – Volume 25 (Jul-Dec 1853) Various

“It strikes me the wind is stirred up, acos we’re enjoying of ourselves,” said the pilot cousin.
An Iceland Fisherman Pierre Loti

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