What is AAC
AAC may refer to:
As oxen go, this one winds up being preposterously idiomatic and articulate, much more than Louie himself, who's ready to hand over not merely his luggage but his lecturing duties at AAC.
The limit on how much of the ETL could be used would be the child's AAC.
BFI and AAC had collaborated on top-secret development for the US Air Force of a new-generation air fighter concept based on a massive sea change in the technology platform.
Useful experience was gained, but the AAC decided in the end not to establish a new airship unit.
I fumble for his iPad, load the AAC, then hit the finish and the car buttons before I turn the screen toward Eddie.
The problem now is that with Babcia, I'm used to the endless freedom of spoken communication, and having to revert to this AAC app suddenly does seem an impossibly poor substitute.
See also Rutherford to Adams, May 30, 1934 (AAC SPSL, Sect.
In 1970 the Army Air Corps (AAC) formed '7 Aviation Flight' AAC (7 Avn Flt AAC), later renamed '7 Flight' AAC (7 Flt AAC), at RAF Gatow.
Gent, January 9, 1934, "Papers R [sic] Szilard sent to me for Bangalore application" and Note in the AAC files dated December 12, 1933 (AAC SPSL Sect.
Is,,,aac,,, Isaac O Beara?" he stammered incredulously.