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What is "ASAC" ? - 28 meanings and definitions

What does ASAC mean? The acronym ASAC has 28 different meanings.

ASAC stands for 28 thing(s):

  1. ASAC: Accounting Standards Authority of Canada
  2. ASAC: Acidified serum-acidified complement
  3. ASAC: Administrative Sciences Association of Canada
  4. ASAC: Aerodynamic Surface Assembly and Checkout
  5. ASAC: Aerodynamic Surfaces Assembly and Checkout
  6. ASAC: All Source Analysis Center
  7. ASAC: All Sources Analysis Center
  8. ASAC: All-Source Analysis Center
  9. ASAC: Allied Signal Aerospace Company
  10. ASAC: Allied Signal Aerospace Corporation
  11. ASAC: Antarctic Science Advisory Committee
  12. ASAC: Antarctic Science Advisory Council
  13. ASAC: Antarctic Sciencific Advisory Committee
  14. ASAC: Anti Submarine Air Controller
  15. ASAC: Anti-submarine air controller
  16. ASAC: Application Security Attack Components
  17. ASAC: Applied Science Accreditation Commission
  18. ASAC: Army Study Advisory Committee
  19. ASAC: Asian Standards Advisory Committee
  20. ASAC: Assistant Special Agent in Charge
  21. ASAC: Australian Statistics Advisory Council
  22. ASAC: Austrian Society for Analytical Chemistry
  23. ASAC: Automated Situationally Adaptive Classifier
  24. ASAC: Automated System for Army Commissaries
  25. ASAC: Automated Systems Army Commissaries
  26. ASAC: Aviation Security Advisory Committee
  27. ASAC: Aviation Systems Analysis Capability
  28. ASAC: Award Symposium for Analytical Chemistry
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