Meaning ace
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Automated Commercial Environment
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1 to win or succeed in a competitive situationThis is what Hillary needs to do to ace the debate.She has aced every test and class she has taken at her university, including stuff she absolutely hates [..]
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c. 1300, "one at dice," from Old French as "one at dice," from Latin as "a unit, one, a whole, unity;" also the name of a small Roman coin ("originally one pound of [..]
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"to score" (in sports), 1923, from ace (n.). This led in turn to the extended student slang sense of "get high marks" (1959). Related: Aced; acing.
Source: etymonline.com

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A transmission system operating limit, t hat would constrain the deliverability of a substantial number of generators if the ISO were to assign full capacity or partial capacity deliverability status [..]
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(also called a "hole-in-one") a score of 1 on a hole -- holing the first shot, or tee shot, on a hole Example: An ace or hole in one is usually made on a par 3, but occasionally it h [..]
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Hitting the ball directly from the Tee into the hole or "cup" with one swing of the club. It is usually executed on a par three (3). It is also, known as a "hole-in-one".
Source: the-best-golf-tips.com

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A hole in one.
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A hole-in-one. Usually on a par 3 hole where the ball enters the hole on the player’s first shot for that hole.
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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hole-in-one; a score of 1 on a hole
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Ace is another expression for a hole-in-one, it describes a shot that goes straight from the tee shot into the hole. That is a score of 1 on that hole. As par-3 holes are shorter, stroking an ace there is more common, as at par-4 or par-5 holes.
Source: thematchplayer.com

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A hole in one.
Source: golftoday.co.uk

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- A hole-in-one.
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when a player hits the ball directly from the tee into the cup with one shot on a par 3. Also called a hole in one.
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breeze through: succeed at easily; "She sailed through her exams"; "You will pass with flying colors"; "She nailed her astrophysics cou [..]
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When a 'hole in one ' is scored, or a player has scored 1 on any hole, it is an 'Ace'. Amongst the common golf terms, ace is real music for the ears for a golfer.
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A hole made in one stroke. ADDRESS
Source: golfcoursesguide.org

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To get the ball in the hole in one shot.
Source: golf4beginners.co.uk

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A hole in one. Your dream shot on all par 3's.
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A hole in one. The shot off the tee makes it into the hole and only one shot is taken to complete the hole.
Source: golfballs.com

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Getting the ball into the hole with only one shot.
Source: junior-golf-guide.com

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Also known as a hole-in-one; the ultimate tee shot! This is a first shot on any hole, though most often on par 3s, where the shot goes into the cup for a 1
Source: playthinkinggolf.com

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A hole in one. Like an ace
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A hole in one.
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A hole made in one stroke.
Source: aboutgolfschools.org

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ace Definition Baseball 1. The ace refers to the best starting pitcher on a team. The ace of a team will, unless injured, start on opening day and crucial regular season or playoff games. Golf 1. This [..]
Source: sportslingo.com

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When a player hits the ball directly from the tee into the cup with one shot. Also called a hole in one.
Source: 100golfschools.com

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Golfers term for a hole in one!!
Source: amgolfscores.com

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Aged Care eConnect Section
Source: health.gov.au

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Finishing a hole in one shot.
Source: guide4golf.com

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A hole in one.
Source: 1st-golf-info.com

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A team's top pitcher.
Source: dailyfantasycafe.com

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A hole made in one stroke - A Hole in One is normally only possible on a par 3 hole and very occasionally for shorter par 4 holes.
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A military aircraft pilot who has destroyed five or more enemy aircraft.
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A military aviator or airman credited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft.
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A fighter pilot such as Baron Manfred von Richtofen - the 'Red Baron'.
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Actuator control electronics
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Avión de Combate Europeo
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Association for Clinical Embryologists ACEM
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ACE stands for Accounting and Controlling Engine.
Source: finance.siemens.com

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(n) the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number(n) one of four playing cards in a deck having a single pip on its face(n) someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field(n) proteoly [..]
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Abbreviation for angiotensin-converting enzyme, an enzyme that converts the inactive form of the protein angiotensin (angiotensin I) to its active form—angiotensin II.
Source: health.harvard.edu

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Association of Cooperative Educators
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The unit of cards or dice, from as, the Latin unit of weight. (Italian, asso; French and Spanish, as.)
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Angiotensin-converting enzyme
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A marihuana cigarette.
Source: druglibrary.org

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A feature first found on Land Rover vehicles, the Active Cornering Enhancement (ACE) is a system that reduces body roll during cornering. A pair of accelerometers are used to detect the angle of body [..]
Source: autoevolution.com

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The Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure is the name given to a passive safety technology available on most modern Honda vehicles. It is essentially a structure designed to disperse [..]
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See Adult and Community Education.
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American Council on Education
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Adult Community Education
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American Council on Education
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Atlantic City Electric
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Any Credible Evidence
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Alliance for Clean Energy
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Assessment, Case Management and Evaluation
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An access control entry. An access control entry is one element in an ACL. An access control entry is a three-tuple that describes three things: an action (one of either Allow or Deny), a principal (a [..]
Source: docs.pylonsproject.org

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When all champions on the enemy team are dead.
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Airborne Command Element (AWACS/ABCCC).
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<acronym> 1. Advanced Computing Environment. 2. Adaptive Communication Environment. (01 Jun 2006)
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<acronym> Preferred term: angiotensin-converting enzyme
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Advanced Configurable EGI.
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ATM Cost-Effectiveness (EUROCONTROL Benchmarking Report).
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A fighter pilot who has shot down five aircraft, preferably the enemy. Less formally used to describe any pilot with a real or imagined reputation as a Stick, including most frequently oneself.
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Airborne Command Element (AWACS/ABCCC).
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the star pitcher on a team.
Source: howbaseballworks.com

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See Run
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  A serve that results directly in a point, usually when the ball hits the floor untouched on the receiving team's side of the court Angle: cross-court
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A serve that results directly in a point.
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A rolled die
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the highest-ranking card
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The end of a domino with one dot.
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The number 1 on a die.
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The end of a domino marked with one spot.
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An outright point from a serve that is not even touched by the receiver. Archaically &quot;ace&quot; was used to mean any point scored.
Source: worldbadminton.com

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To kill all enemy champions at the same time is to ace the enemy team.
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very good
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  New freshmen with a minimum 24 ACT/1110 SAT and either a 3.4 cumulative GPA or GED score of 290 are eligible to receive this half-tuition scholarship. Renewable for three additional years with a 3.2 cumulative GPA with 24 Columbia College semester hours earned per academic year. New students who are not eligible for the ACE scholarship may be el [..]
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male. A common nickname suggesting skill, particularly among airplane pilots.
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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From the English word meaning &quot;highest rank&quot;. More commonly a nickname, it is occasionally used as a given name.
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Macedonian diminutive of Aleksandar.
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  When a player hits the ball directly from the tee into the hole with one stroke. Also called a hole in one.
Source: manesargolfclub.com

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Hole in one.
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Hole in one.
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an on-call reporter.
Source: journalism.co.uk

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Access Certificate in Education. An entry-level training certificate being piloted by Pitmans/City and Guilds in the UK.
Source: teflcertificatecourses.com

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Area Control Error
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