ACME

Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education

acme

  1. the highest level or degree attainable
  2. the highest point of something

Acme

Acme (iː; ακμή, the peak, zenith, prime) is a Greek word denoting the best of something. It can refer to: ==Arts and entertainment== ==Science and technology== ==Places== ===Canada=== ===United States=== ==Ships== ==Vehicles== ==Other uses== ...
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Acme

• (n.) The top or highest point; the culmination. • (n.) The crisis or height of a disease. • (n.) Mature age; full bloom of life.
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acme

(ak´me) the critical stage or crisis of a disease.
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Acme

[1876] The Acme was a wooden Top sail schooner that was driven ashore at Seal Rocks, New South Wales while carrying timber from Camden Haven to Sydney under the command of Captain James Henry Jackson on the 15 July 1876. There were no casualties. == Further reading == Online Database`s Australian National Shipwreck Database Australian Shipp...
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Acme

[computer virus] Acme is a computer virus which infects EXE files. Each time an infected file is executed, Acme may infect an EXE in the current directory by creating a hidden 247 byte long read-only COM file with the same base name. (In DOS, if the file extension is not specified, and two files with the same base name exist, one with .COM ...
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Acme

[steamboat] The steamboat Acme operated on Lake Washington and also on the Sammamish Slough to Bothell, Washington from 1899 to 1910, when it was destroyed by fire. ==Construction and design== Acme was built in Seattle in 1899 on the Lake Washington shore. The builders were Gustavus V. Johnson (1845-1926) & Son. Gustavus V. Johnson was a Ci...
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Acme

[text editor] Acme is a text editor and graphical shell from the Plan 9 from Bell Labs operating system, designed and implemented by Rob Pike. It can use the sam command language. The design of the interface was influenced by Oberon. It is different from other editing environments in that it acts as a 9P server. A distinctive element of the...
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Acme

Ac'me noun [ Greek ... point, top.] 1. The top or highest point; the culmination. « The very acme and pitch of life for epic poetry. Pope. » « The moment when a certain power reaches the acme of its supremacy. I. Taylor. » 2. ...
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acme

acme 1. The highest point; point of culmination; peak. 2. In medicine, the crisis or critical stage of a disease.
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ACME

Automated Classification of Medical Entities
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acme

the highest level or degree attainable
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acme

the highest level or degree attainable
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acme

the highest level or degree attainable
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acme

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′mē Definitions: 1. The period of greatest intensity of any symptom, sign, or process.
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acme

[n] - the highest level or degree attainable
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