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What is "UAC" ? - 41 meanings and definitions

What does UAC mean? The acronym UAC has 41 different meanings.

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UAC stands for 41 thing(s):

  1. UAC: Uganda Aids Commission
  2. UAC: Ulster Army Council
  3. UAC: Ulster Automobile Club
  4. UAC: Umbilical arterial catheter
  5. UAC: Umbilical artery catheter
  6. UAC: Undergraduate Advisory Committee
  7. UAC: Underwater Adventurers' Club
  8. UAC: Unified Access Control
  9. UAC: Unified Agricultural Cooperative
  10. UAC: Unified Area Command
  11. UAC: Unified Army Corps
  12. UAC: Uniform Annual Cost
  13. UAC: Uninterrupted Automatic Control
  14. UAC: Union Aerospace Corporation
  15. UAC: United Africa Company
  16. UAC: United Air Charters
  17. UAC: UNITED AIR CLEANER
  18. UAC: United Aircraft Corporation
  19. UAC: United Artists Corporation
  20. UAC: United Astrology Conference
  21. UAC: Universal Access Concentrator
  22. UAC: Universal Access Control
  23. UAC: Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua
  24. UAC: Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila
  25. UAC: Unusual-appearing child
  26. UAC: Update Authority Component
  27. UAC: Upper Airspace Center
  28. UAC: Upper Airspace Control
  29. UAC: Upper Area Control
  30. UAC: Upper Area Control Center
  31. UAC: Upper arm circumference
  32. UAC: Urban Affairs Council
  33. UAC: Uric acid
  34. UAC: Urinary albumin concentration
  35. UAC: Urine alcohol concentration
  36. UAC: User Access Control
  37. UAC: User Account Control
  38. UAC: User Advisory Committee
  39. UAC: User Advisory Council
  40. UAC: User Agent Client
  41. UAC: User Application Control
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