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[see alternating current]
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In Hexidecimal number 172 is written as: ac
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Abbreviation for a.c. (ante cibum on a prescription); acromioclavicular (shoulder joint); antecubital (crook of elbow).
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An abbreviation for a chemotherapy combination used with other types of therapy to treat breast cancer, including breast cancer that has spread or come back. It includes the drugs doxorubicin hydrochl [..]
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   Alternating Current
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1. Abbreviation for Altocumulus - a cloud of a class characterized by globular masses or rolls in layers or patches, the individual elements being larger and darker than those of cirrocumulus and smaller than those of stratocumulus. These clouds are of medium altitude, about 8000-20,000 ft (2400-6100 m). 2. Convective outlook issued by the Storm Pr [..]
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air conditioner; air conditioningIf you don't have hot humid air coming into your house, you might be able to install a smaller AC unit when the time comes to replace it.
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1 alternating currentSynonyms and related words Electricity and electrical power:AC, active, alternating current... Explore Thesaurus From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary 2 ai [..]
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abbreviation of air conditioning, by 1966.
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A Legacy PPA, as defined in the settl ement approved by the CPUC in Decision D. 10-12-035 (December 16, 2010), as modified in Decision D.11-07- 010 (July 15, 2011), that became effective on or prior t [..]
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Anti-chill; any behavior that completely violates the essence of chill.
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A 1991-1995 Acura Legend. Usually still in use by pimps and thugs do to its spacious interior, pimped out sound system, and general bling blingness.
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Anarcho-capitalism. Also known as market anarchy or voluntarism/voluntaryism. It's the idea that only voluntary cooperation (trade, the market) are legitimate forms of human interaction. An an [..]
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Alternating Current This type of electrical current is called alternating because it switches direction. Direct current (DC) is often seen as the opposite of AC since DC only flows in one direction. A [..]
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Air Conditioning, must usually used while driving.
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Alternating Current. An electrical power transmission system in which the direction of current flow alternates on a periodic basis.
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Statements that are issued by the National Weather Service for probable weather situations of inconvenience that do not carry the danger of warning criteria but, if not observed, could lead to hazardous situations. 
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Across-Track
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1. Alternating current, 2. Access Criteria.
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AC or A/C refers to alternating current. AC or alternating current is an electric current that reverses its direction at regular intervals.
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Author's Correction.
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A phased electric current that alternates the direction of current flow.
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Latin word for "and."
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atque and accedo : to approach, come near /(things) to be added
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Alternating Current. The electricity supplied by your electric company. See AMP, coulomb, volt, current and power supply. It continually changes in potential going from zero to maximum voltage and bac [..]
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Alternating Current. An electric current with periodically changing polarity (i.e. 60 times a second for 60Hz power). (Electricity)
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Armored Cable, 2,3 or 4 conductor, #14 to # 1 AWG, 600 volt rated or less, dry locations only, used in accordance with N.E.C. Article #320
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Advisory Circular
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Alternating Current
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Branch circuit and feeder cables with flexible metal tape armor.
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is the form in which electric power is delivered to businesses and residences. Further Reading→
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Air conditioning.
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Electrical current that alternates direction (positive to negative). AC is often contrasted with direct current (DC), commonly produced by batteries.
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Alternating Current
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alternating current ; AC ; alternating electric current
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(n) a radioactive element of the actinide series; found in uranium ores(n) an electric current that reverses direction sinusoidally
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pertaining to
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– before eating
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See Alternating Current
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 - See "Alternating Current"
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literally, alternating current. Often used loosely to refer to other things which involve alternating current; for example AC voltage probably means either alternating emf or alternating potential dif [..]
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"Alternating Current" - an electric current that reverses direction at regular intervals. Electric car motors are either AC or DC (see below), with most of the new breed being of AC type.
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Alternating Current (AC) is a type of electrical current, in which the direction of the flow of electrons switches back and forth at regular intervals or cycles.
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Alternating current, the type of electrical current produced in a rotation generator (alternator), which changes both magnitude and direction. Measured in volts. The speed or number of times it change [..]
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atque and.
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[Latin] Ante cibum / cibos, before meals
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See Alternating current (AC).
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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Alternating Current. Alternating current differs from direct current (DC)
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alternating current (output from the alternator is AC, same as your household wall socket) - electrical current which constantly reverses direction and polarity.
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Alternating Current
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alternating current—current that changes direction on regular intervals
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Alternating current is a wave form of electricity varying from positive to negative at 60 times per second (60Hz). This is the measurement used for all your household electrical needs and is the measu [..]
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Aircraft
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Alternate current.
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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Alternating Current. Typical power source that comes 'out of the wall'. Single phase and three phase are standard. In the USA the standard values are 120VAC single phase and 208VAC three pha [..]
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ANIMAL CONTROL
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Alternating current (AC) is the cyclical flow of electrical current, reversing direction as it flows. It is the type of electrical current provided by utility companies.
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See alternating current
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AC is an electrical current that continually reverses direction.
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Abbreviation for Alternating Current or Air conditioning.
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alternating current. Although officially written in lower case, it is frequently shown as AC.
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Abbreviation for alternating current, a type of electric current in which the polarity is constantly reversing, causing the electron flow to reverse.
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Abbreviation for alternating current, a type of electric current in which the polarity is constantly reversing, causing the electron flow to reverse.
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Or Alternating Current: An electric current that reverses its direction at regularly recurring intervals, e.g., the typical household current.  It is expressed in cycles per second (Hertz (Hz)).
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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Actual Commitment. Advisory Circular
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In alternating current (AC, also ac) the movement (or flow) of electric charge periodically reverses direction. An electric charge would for instance move forward, then backward, then forward, then ba [..]
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Alternating current. An electrical current which changes over time, usually in a sinusoidal fashion. Usually associated with mains electricity.      When Thomas Edison an his co-workers developed electrical lighting into a commercially practical technology, the original power distribution system used direct current
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Assessment Centre
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Alternating Current
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See also: Alternating Current
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See
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Convective outlook issued by the SPC. Abbreviation for
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see Altocumulus
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Anticipated Convection - see Convective Outlook
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Advisory Circular 
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Armor Class. Used in many fantasy RPGs to represent how difficult it is to hit a character.
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Alternating Current
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<suffix> A suffix used to form adjectives which are often also (or only) used as nouns (cardiac; maniac). See: -acal. Origin: French -aque, Latin -acus, or Greek -akos adjectival suffix (06 Feb [..]
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<prefix> An assimilated form of ad- appearing before c, k, q. (05 Feb 2009)
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Air Conditioning
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Admiralty Chart.
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Advisory Circular (FAA).
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aircraft.
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altocumulus cloud.
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Analysis Centre (IGS).
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Air Canada
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Initialism for Assault Cuirass.
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Advisory circular
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Advisory Circular
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Advisory circular.
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It stands for Atlantic City. For example, “This game follows AC rules”.
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1. Abbreviation for Altocumulus - a cloud of a class characterized by globular masses or rolls in layers or patches, the individual elements being larger and darker than those of cirrocumulus and smaller than those of stratocumulus. These clouds are of medium altitude, about 8000-20,000 ft (2400-6100 m). 2. Convective outlook issued by the Storm Pr [..]
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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 - Yes indicates the building is air-conditioned.
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Abbreviation for alternating current, an electric current that reverses its direction many times a second.
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Author's Correction.
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Abbreviation for &quot;Alternating Current&quot;
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Alternating Current. In a time/voltage diagram, AC voltage represents a sine function (usually), or just any periodically alternating function. The mains voltage is AC voltage, for example.
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Air 
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Alaminos Canyon Gulf of Mexico leasing area
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Acre(s)
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alternating current. AC is the pulsating, alternatively positive and negative polarity current supplied to homes and businesses by the local utility company. U.S. AC power changes polarity 60 times per second; each cycle is called a "hertz." Hence, U.S. AC current is known as 60-Hz power. Other countries in Europe and the Far East use 240 [..]
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Artist's copy. The copy of a three-dimensional object that is retained by the artist or publisher. Similar in nature to an artist's proof, it is usually the same as the edition but is a sepa [..]
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Author's Correction
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1. Abbreviation for Altocumulus - a cloud of a class characterized by globular masses or rolls in layers or patches, the individual elements being larger and darker than those of cirrocumulus and smal [..]
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Author's Correction
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Author's Correction.
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Author's Correction
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1)  Abbreviation for alternating current. 2)  An abbreviation of the term Alternating Current (electric current which flows back and forth in a circuit; all studio signals running through audio line [..]
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See Alternating Current.
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account; money of account acre air conditioning alicyclic (electricity) alternating current
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(slang,African American Vernacular English) The . ''With the Mac in the Ac door panelin'' - (Unbelievable, 1994)
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Relating to an oak, used in place names.
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Alternating Current. Form of electrical current normally associated with 110 volt house current. Opposite of DC (direct current), commonly associated with battery power.
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AC, A.C. or Ac often refers to: Air conditioning Alternating current, a type of electrical current in which the current repeatedly changes directionAC, A.C. or Ac may also refer to:
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AC, A.C. or Ac often refers to: Air conditioning Alternating current, a type of electrical current in which the current repeatedly changes directionAC, A.C. or Ac may also refer to:
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In circuit complexity, AC is a complexity class hierarchy. Each class, ACi, consists of the languages recognized by Boolean circuits with depth O ( [..]
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Assistant Commissioner
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Various abbreviations that FAA uses for "aircraft."
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Application Cryptogram
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