DAC

acronym: Data Assembly Centre (WOCE)
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DAC

Discretionary Access Control / Digital to Analogue converter, details ...
Found on http://www.cryer.co.uk/glossary/d/index.htm

DAC

Data Acquisition and Control + Device Access Code + Digital to Analog Converter + Dual Attachment Concentrator
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DAC

(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) Digital to Analogue Convertor
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DAc

acronym for Diplomate in Acupuncture; Doctor of Acupuncture.
Found on http://www.diabetes.co.uk/glossary/d.html

DAC

Acronym for 'Digital-to-Analogue Converter'.
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DAC

decitabine.
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DAC

Digital-to-Analog converter. It is an electronic circuit which takes a digital message, usually transmitted on a link, and converts it to an analog voltage for use by a device. This usually means that the circuit has many input lines (generally 8, 12, or 14) corresponding to the number of bits in the digital word and a single output line whose volt
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DAC

DAC is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple uses: == Culture == == Sports == == Technology == == Politics == == Other == ...
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DAC

Derived Air Concentration
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DAC

Digital-to-Analog converter. It is an electronic circuit which takes a digital message, usually transmitted on a link, and converts it to an analog voltage for use by a device. This usually means that the circuit has many input lines (generally 8, 12, or 14) corresponding to the number of bits in the digital word and a single output line whose volt
Found on http://www-bdnew.fnal.gov/operations/accgloss/gloss.html#A

DAC

Abbreviation for digital-to-analogue converter
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DAC

Deputy Assistant Commissioner
Found on http://www.met.police.uk/foi/glossary.htm

DAC

[automobile] The D.A.C. was an automobile manufactured in Detroit, Michigan by the Detroit Air-Cooled Car Company from 1922-23. The air-cooled car had a six-cylinder engine. Only a few D.A.C. touring cars were produced. ...
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DAC

Department of the Army Civilian
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DAC

Abbreviation for "Districtus Austria Controllatus", the Austrian name for non-typical source-controlled Quality wine , Which produced approximately the French appellation system Appellation d&...
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DAC

See digital-to-analog converter.
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