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AC

abbreviation: Antigua, Barbuda (UK Caribbean northeastern islands)
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AC

Alternating current.
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Ac

Aerosol cans.
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AC

See Alternating Current.
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AC

Alternating Current / Air Conditioning, details ...
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AC

Alternating Current.
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AC

Autocheck + Automatic Computer + Alternating Current
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AC

1) Abbreviation for alternating current.
2) An abbreviation of the term Alternating Current (electric current which flows back and forth in a circuit; all studio signals running through audio lines are AC).
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AC

Acronym for Alternating Current, which is electrical current where electrical charge will travel in one direction, then change into moving in the opposite direction. When looked at through an oscilloscope, it's waveform is generally of a sinusoidal, square or sawtooth shape. Almost all domestic electricity found in homes is AC, with a frequency of
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AC

alternating current
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AC

Army Code (publications)
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AC

Alternating Current
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AC

Audit Commission
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AC

Alternating current. The type of electricity normally used in houses. Called alternating because is has a cyclical current waveform that alternates as the generator in the power station rotates, at 50 times per second. NOTE: When we refer to 240V ac mains voltage in the UK, this is not the peak value. The peak voltage in the cycle is 340V - the 240
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AC

AC: Abbreviation for a.c. (ante cibum on a prescription); acromioclavicular (shoulder joint); antecubital (crook of elbow).
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ac

A domain type for a university, college or other academic institute.
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Ac

actinium.
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Ac

Atomic number: 89
Element Symbol: Ac
Element Name: Actinium
Atomic Weight: 227
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AC

Alternating Current
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Ac

AC is Black-American slang for the Acura Legend automobile.
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AC

[complexity] The name "AC" was chosen by analogy to NC, with the "A" in the name standing for "alternating" and referring both to the alternation between the AND and OR gates in the circuits and to alternating Turing machines. The smallest AC class is AC0, consisting of constant-depth unlimited-fanin circuits. ==Relation to NC== As an immed
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Ac

AC is Black-American slang for the Acura Legend automobile.
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AC

see alternating current.
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AC

See "Alternating Current"
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