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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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Shahrir Abdullah, Azian Abd Latiff, Thomas Paraid, Azizah Jaafar, Wan Noorina Wan Ahmad, Safinaz Mohd Hussein and Sity Daud, (2010), Gap Analysis towards Harmonisation of the MQA Code of Practice for Programme Accreditation with the Quality Management System of MS ISO 9001:2008, Procedia Social and Behavioural Sciences, 18, 436-441
As mentioned, MQA is not a format itself to replace FLAC.
Dr Chong is very familiar with the accreditation policies and practices of Malaysia, having served the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) as a panel member since 2009.
In this section the protein folding problem is briefly described and the next methods are explained: SA, MQA, and CMQA.
And MQA itself has stressed long-term challenges for the road, stating in its annual report that "the outlook for future economic conditions in the UK remains uncertain the future traffic, revenue performance and ongoing compliance with debt covenants of the M6 Toll will be subject to economic factors outside its control."
The new entity, the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), was established on 1 November 2007 with the coming in force of the Malaysian Qualifications Agency Act 2007.
The Malaysian Qualification Agency was established to uphold the responsibility of quality assurance practices of higher education for both public and the private sectors (MQA website).
As noted earlier, the article proved influential in the setting up of the 1995 Leon Commission of Inquiry into Safety and Health in the South African mining industry which culminated in the formulation and enactment of the Mine Health and Safety Act (MHSA) of 1996 and establishment of tripartite mining institutions such as the Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC) and the Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA).
There are three QoS agents defined for our model: GQA, RQA and MQA. GQA runs on GMAP, intercepts the incoming packets from CN, and modifies the destination address to RMAP (RQA).
MQA will contribute a total of EUR155 million, funded from its existing cash reserves.
MidwayUSA has been honored with the 2008 Missouri Quality Award (MQA).
Under that version, the Board could discipline a physician for repeated malpractice, defined to include "three or more claims for medical malpractice within the previous 5-year period resulting in indemnities being paid in excess of $50,000 in a judgment or settlement." According to the MQA Annual Report for 2005-06, 1431 closed claims against medical doctors were reported to them, three investigations were opened because the practitioner had three or more closed claims within the prior five years and five closed claims investigations led to discipline.