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ACS

 
acute confusional state; American Cancer Society; American Chemical Society; American College of Surgeons.

ACS

American Cancer Society; American Chemical Society; American College of Surgeons.

ACS

1 abbreviation for American Cancer Society.
2 abbreviation for American Chemical Society.
3 abbreviation for American College of Surgeons.
4 abbreviation for anodal closing sound.
5 abbreviation for acute confusional state.
6 abbreviation for Association of Clinical Scientists.
7 abbreviation for abdominal compartment syndrome.

ACS

Abbreviation for:
abdominal compartment syndrome
absorbable collagen sponge
acetyl CoA synthase
acrocephalosyndactyly
acute chest syndrome
acute compartment syndrome
acute confusional state
acute coronary syndrome (Medspeak-UK)
adenoma-carcinoma sequence
ambulatory care service
American Cancer Society
American College of Surgeons
antireticular cytotoxic serum
aortocaval shunt

ACS

Abbreviation for acute coronary syndrome.

ACS

Abbreviation for acute coronary syndrome.
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The Association of Caribbean States is aimed at improving economic, cultural, social, scientific and political ties among the 25 independent states and 12 territories that signed the pact.
In July 1994, Barbados joined the newly established Association of Caribbean States (ACS).
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Speakers include FAA Administrator Jane Garvey, Juan Emilio Posada on the AVIACES consolidation, Norman Girvan from the Association of Caribbean States, and the highlight of these conferences, the CEO Panel with Ernesto Asbun of Lloyd Aereo Boliviano; Enrique Cueto, LanChile; Ozires Silva, VARIG; Federico Bloch, Grupo TACA and Pedro Heilbron, COPA.

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