Contiguous United States. All states except Alaska and Hawaii.
Milspeak for Con tinental nited tates. Does not include Hawaii or Alaska, or any of the other lands owned or administrated by the United States, such as Puerto Rico or Guam.
Latin = cone, conus medullaris - the lower end of the spinal cord.
is the area of the United States located between Canada and Mexico.
CONtiguous United States The 48 contiguous U.S. states. Used primarily to designate the operating range or authorization of a satellite or radio facility.
Contiguous United States. Basically, all the states in the U.S. except Hawaii and Alaska.
Conterminous United States
(cone-us) Continental United States
(pl. coni) ( Potonié and Kremp, 1955) Cone-shaped elements on the surface of spores in which the height is less than two times the basal diameter and the apex is pointed, blunt or rounded. Example: Lophotriletes mosaicus. Comment: The term is only used in spore terminology and is more or less synonymous with spine.
The Continental United States, the 48 contiguous United States and the District of Columbia.
This stands for Contiguous United States.
Continental United States. An Abbreviation used in a class of Datums.
Contiguous (or Continental) United States.
See Continental United States.
Continental United States. A term used to describe satellite coverage limited to the continental United States.
Continental United States. Generally used by sellers who donâ€(tm)t want to ship to Alaska or Hawaii.
Continental United States (all states but Alaska and Hawaii)
Continental United States, including the District of Columbia.
An acronym for Continental United States