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AAC

Abbreviation for:
acalculous cholecystitis
acute allergic conjunctivitis
acute angle closure
ADP/ATP carrier
Advisory Appointments Committee (Medspeak-UK)
amino acid composition
antibiotic-associated colitis
antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
area above the curve
association cortex
ATP/ADP carrier
attenuation coefficient

AAC

Abbreviation for augmentative and alternative communication.
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On August 4, 2015, Bleecker Street Research reported that AAC was aware of the investigation that led to the indictment and that the Company knew of at least 8 undisclosed patient deaths in AAC facilities.
As Nicholas begins to use his AAC systems, his behavior improves, and Alicia engineers her entire home with AAC so that Nicholas is never without a way to use symbolic functional spontaneous communication.
Durante's vision and ours is to establish the AAC as a global benchmark for acquisition and combat support excellence through exceptional workforce development.
In short, it helps instructors teach, and students learn several AAC systems.
The AAC family of codecs has included broadcast metadata support since its standardization in 1999-2004.
Team: Cardiff AAC Under 13 Girls (3,000m): 1, Lucy Davies (Pembrokeshire Harriers) 11:11; 2, Abigail Fisher (Blaenau Gwent) 11:13; 3, Isobel Dodd (Bridgend AC) 11:14.
AAC means other ways of communication to either supplement speech, or as an alternative to speech altogether.
AAC") Hynes Keller & Hernandez, LLC is investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of AAC (NYSE: AAC) arising from the indictment of AAC's CEO and certain other employees on murder charges relating to the death of an AAC patient in 2010.
Under-17 Women: 60m Ht 1: 1 Mica MOORE Cardiff AAC 7.
This policy applies to all assigned AAC captains and majors.