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ANC

1 abbreviation for absolute neutrophil count.
2 abbreviation for Army Nurse Corps.

ANC

absolute neutrophil count; Army Nurse Corps.
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Zuma and his African National Congress (ANC) have launched a legal bid to have the painting removed from the Goodman Gallery.
The African National Congress extends its sympathies and condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of former President PW Botha, who passed away this evening.
Mohlala, who is also Deputy Chairperson of the Springs branch of the African National Congress (ANC), quickly noticed that things were not going as they should.
Members of the No 10 policy unit, led by its head David Milliband, were also attending the session to swop ideas with their counterparts in South Africa's ruling African National Congress.
Malan was accused of plotting to arm and train the assassination squad that attacked the home of an African National Congress supporter in 1987.
With this contract, the African National Congress (ANC) and other government personnel will be using the most user-friendly and cross-platform compatible PC and Mac videoconferencing system available in the world," said Don Lies, RSI president and CEO.
Reports suggest that South African President Jacob Zuma's African National Congress (ANC) government had come under pressure from China not to issue a visa to the Dalai Lama, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, who Beijing sees as a dangerous separatist.
Jacob Zuma, who was dismissed from government but remains No 2 of the governing African National Congress, declared his innocence.
Both pleaded not guilty to 60 charges of fraud and 25 of theft involving pounds 75,000 at the African National Congress Women's League, which she leads.
The African National Congress leader briefly shared South Africa's experience of its own peace process with representatives from the UUP, DUP and loyalist fringe groups.
The conference was hosted by South African President Thabo Mbeki, a former leader of the African National Congress (ANC), a Communist-dominated terrorist group.
The African National Congress (ANC), which justified its use of violence as a necessary part of a righteous war to topple apartheid, took legal action--unsuccessfully--to block the report's release.

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