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census

 
an official count. In the hospital setting, the total number of patients admitted to the facility by midnight, or sometimes at another time of the day or evening.
average daily census the average number of patients per day in a hospital over a given period of time; admitted patients and outpatients are counted separately.

ADC

Abbreviation for AIDS dementia complex.

ADC

abbreviation for AIDS-dementia complex.

ADC

Abbreviation for:
active diffusion control
adenylate cyclase
adrenal cortex
adult day care
affective disorders clinic
agar diffusion chamber
AIDS-dementia complex
albumin, dextrose, catalase Microbiology
Alzheimer’s disease centre
analog-to-digital computer
anchorage-dependent cell
anodal duration contraction (physiology)
anthracenedicarboxyaldehyde
antibody-dependent cytotoxicity
apparent diffusion coefficient
arginine decarboxylase
automatic data capture (Medspeak-UK)
average daily census
axiodistocervical Dentistry

ADC

1. Adrenal cortex.
2. AIDS dementia complex, see there.
3. Analog-to-digital computer.
4. Average daily census.

ADC

See AIDS DEMENTIA COMPLEX.

ADC

Abbreviation for AIDS dementia complex.
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In 1804 he had served in Italy and Egypt and then in Spain and Portugal in the Peninsular Wars, in which he was aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore at Corunna.
House of Representatives); Tench Tilghman (who served as Washington's aide-de-camp and secretary for two years without salary until Washington wrote to the Congress insisting that Tilghman be given a commission and a paycheck); as well as the stories of Benjamin Tallmade (America's first "spy master"), and so many others.
Something in the man quickly impressed his superiors and he was sent for a trial as aide-de-camp to General Bernard Montgomery.
One of Roosevelt's close friends, Jackson played various rules in FDR's White House: As presidential counselor and aide-de-camp, he served as an unofficial sounding hoard for Roosevelt's ideas and strategies.
During his career, he also held the title of Colonel of the Queen's Lancashire Regiment and another of his responsibilities was aide-de-camp to the Queen.
Newly-promoted aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington after victory at Waterloo, Captain Matthew Hervey is selected for a secret mission to war-torn India.
As always with these sorts of movies, those guilty are in the uppermost echelons of power, the General's loyal aide-de-camp (Clarence Williams III), the resident psychiatrist (James Woods) and an old friend (Timothy Hutton) who was, at one time, intimately involved with the deceased.
I was proud to learn my great-great grandfather had served as an aide-de-camp to Gen.
The tree branched into swash-bucklers, riders on the Spanish main, swordsmen, petty nobility, an aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, an Arawak or two - but not the anthropophagic Carib - a female pirate who begged off execution due to motherhood, but never the guineaman, the driver, the cane cutter, the furious Maroon.
Putting words in Rodgers' mouth - an infrequent occurrence at best - the indignant aide-de-camp sniffs: "Obviously, you haven't read T.
During the revolution he became the aide-de-camp of General Jozef Bem, then head of the Transylvanian army.