CIV was a punk rock band from New York City. The band is named after its vocalist, Anthony Civarelli. Three of the band's members (Civarelli, Siegler and Smilios) were members of Gorilla Biscuits. Band member Siegler played in other hardcore bands, including Youth of Today, Judge and Gorilla Biscuits.
After the break-up of Gorilla Biscuits, Civarelli opened a tattoo studio on Long Island. After the band Quicksand had signed to a major label, Schreifels re-united a late version of his former band, wrote a record and produced it, resulting in Set Your Goals. He was notably absent on their second full-length album, Thirteen Day Getaway. Shortly after releasing Thirteen Day Getaway, CIV disbanded in 2000. They have since reunited for a series of one-off shows, including New York's Black N Blue Bowl in 2008 and Belgium's Groezrock Festival in 2011. CIV had yet another reunion on September 7, 2012 at the Webster Hall in New York City.
Civ or CIV may refer to:
- CIV (band), a punk rock music band
- Civ (imprint), an imprint of VDM Publishing devoted to the reproduction of Wikipedia content
- CIV (rail travel), the International Conditions of Sale, for European railway tickets
- 104 (number) in Roman numerals
- " Caritas in Veritate", Pope Benedict XVI's social encyclical
- Civilization (1980 board game)
- Civilization (series) or Civ, a series of computer games
- Critical ionization velocity, a plasma phenomenon in physics
- Ivory Coast (officially Côte d'Ivoire), a country in West Africa.
- Corona inception voltage, see corona discharge
- City of London Imperial Volunteers, a British corps of volunteers during the Second Boer War
CIV (rail travel)
CIV or International Convention for the transportation of Passengers in rail transport refers to a set of uniform rules shared by European railway operators, to cover international journeys. The acronym "CIV" is printed on the corner of tickets issued to show that they are covered under the terms of the contract—primarily providing compensation for lost baggage and a guarantee of onward transport, in the event of cancelled or missed connections.
Established by the Convention concerning International Carriage by Rail (COTIF), article 3. The full current title is the Uniform Rules concerning the Contract for International Carriage of Passengers and Luggage by Rail (CGT-CIV, ).
It provides equivalent protection to the Warsaw Convention (now Montreal Convention) for international travel by air, and the Athens Convention covering international travel by sea.
a. (abbreviation of civil English) n. (lb en videogames) (abbreviation of civilisation English)
Usage examples of "civ".
The last time the fact that the civ sensors work on slightly different parameters let them see a shuttle that was hiding from our own sensors and warn us.
According to the system, those MPs and the civ cops are only supposed to provide security against individual nut cases, not a full-scale raid.
Stacey and the civ security people keep spotting attempts to intrude on our systems or plant worms.
Maybe he wants to apologize again for not warning us those blockade runners were coming with civ kids on board.
But I want to make sure those civ security guards are accompanied by Ms.
There was a vast difference between lifting a liner from a launching pad and guiding civ hunters to worlds surveyed and staked out for their trips into the wild.
Hume saw to the unpacking and activating of those machines and appliances which would protect and serve his civ clients.
Chambriss, the most demanding of the civ party, strode up to join them.
And, being acutely aware of all undercurrents here, Hume wondered what the small civ had actually seen.
The civ smiled again, this time including Vye in that evidence of good will before he walked away.
Got an unofficial thanks from a couple of civ contractors who you let run away from that landing field.
I heard, there was a lot of sentiment in the civ colony for declaring independence from home.
Signy watched and gnawed her lip nervously, glanced aside as a civ came up to her, youngish, darkly aquiline, bearing a tablet and looking like business in his neat blue suit.
Walden, who I had last year for English and World Civ, was always saying, anyway.
Not as good as military, by a light-year or so, but certainly a quality organization, as civ organizations went.