VAC

See annexin.

VAC

AC Voltage
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vac

[n] - (British) informal term for vacation
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VAC

<abbreviation> Ventriculoatrial conduction. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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vac

noun informal term for vacation
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VAC

Vacuum Assisted Closure. a regimen of vincristine, dactinomycin, and cyclophosphamide, used in cancer chemotherapy.
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Vác

(from the article `Pest`) ...varied agriculture and is noted for its fruit production (particularly apples) as well as its sugar beet and tomato crops. The principal towns and ...
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VAC

Vacuum
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VAC

Vehicle Access Code
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Vac

Vac is British slang for a university or other higher education holiday.
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Vac

Vac is British slang for a university or other higher education holiday.
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Vac

In Hindu and Vedic mythology, Vac is the goddess of language, writing and writing-systems. She is the matron of mental endeavours and the source of voice.
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VAC

Volts AC.
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VAC

a common symbol for the voltage in an alternating current (AC) circuit (see var below for comments on alternating current). The SI does not allow symbols to be modified with additional information; instead of '12 VAC,' write 'AC 12 V.'
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Vác

Vác (väts) , Ger. Waitzen (vī'tsun) , town (1991 est. pop. 33,858), N central Hungary, on the Danube River. A commercial center producing textiles, footwear, cement, and tools, it is also a favorite summer resort of Budapest residents. Dating from Roman times, Vác was ma...
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Vac

(Skr.) Speech, voice, word. In Vedic (q.v.) philosophy vac and sabda (q.v.) have a similar role as the Logos in Greek philosophy (see e.g. Rigveda 10.125). It appears personified (feminine) and close to primeval reality in the hierarchy of emanations. -- K.F.L.
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VAC

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for ventriculoatrial conduction.
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VAC

Volts ac
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VAC

Voluntary Aftercare
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