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The broader sense of acronym inclusive of terms pronounced as the individual letters such as " TNT " is sometimes criticized, but it is the term's original meaning  and is in common use. The word acronym is formed from the Greek roots acr- , meaning "height, summit, or tip" and -onym , meaning "name". Whereas an abbreviation may be any type of shortened form, such as words with the middle omitted for example, Rd for Road or Dr for Doctor or the end truncated as in Prof. However, this is a loose rule-of-thumb definition, as some acronyms are built in part from the first letters of word components morphemes , as in the i and d in immuno-deficiency , or using a letter from the middle or end of a word, or from only a few key words in a long phrase or name, as illustrated in some examples below. Acronyms formed from a string of initials and usually pronounced as individual letters as in FBI from Federal Bureau of Investigation , and e. Occasionally, some letter other than the first is chosen, most often when the pronunciation of the name of the letter coincides with the pronunciation of the beginning of the word example: BX from base exchange. Acronyms that are usually pronounced as words, such as AIDS and scuba , are sometimes called word acronyms, to disambiguate them more clearly from initialisms, especially since some users of the term "initialism" use "acronym" in a narrow sense meaning only the type sounded out as letters.
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The skyline of Hong Kong Island is famed for its unique arrangement,  with surrounding mountains and Victoria Harbour complementing the rows of skyscrapers along the shore. However, beginning in the s, Hong Kong experienced a general trend of high-rise building construction that has continued to the present. This trend is in large part a result of the city's rugged, mountainous terrain and lack of flat land. Among the buildings built during these years are Hopewell Centre , Bank of China Tower , and Central Plaza , three of the territory's tallest buildings upon their respective dates of completion.