Long lists make long acronyms. When acronyms get too long, you check with the Ministry of Silly Sentences.
See Nellie In Fancy Feathers. You probably would not take Nellie over the SNIFF. But thatís how you would make a silly sentence. Try to make one that you can visualize.
In many areas of study, silly sentences have already been prepared.
For example: the 12 cranial nerves. A search on cranial nerves found:
On Old Olympic Towering Tops, A Finn And German Viewed Some Hops.
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