from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. armored personnel carrier
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- armored personnel carrier
- A Perfect Circle
- anaphase promoting complex
- armor piercing capped
- antenna phase center
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- n. a drug combination found in some over-the-counter headache remedies (aspirin and phenacetin and caffeine)
- n. (military) an armored vehicle (usually equipped with caterpillar treads) that is used to transport infantry
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The slide that APC is showing was for MMS support only!
As for the iPhone’s new enhanced features: APC is reporting that tethering will work on all three carriers, but as that’s based on a single slide, you might want to wait for more solid confirmation before actually slapping down money if that feature matters for you.
Could that be a more appropriate forum to look at these regional security issues if the US was to be onboard, namely the APC?
It's a self-deprecatory term used in the light infantry to contrast with those others who move about the battlefield in Armored Personnel Carriers, aka APC's.
"The APC is the torch bearer of Pan Africanism, and will occupy the centre stage of politics in this country, and continentally and globally in due course," Maringa said.
The APC was a boxy vehicle about the size of the armored cars used to ship cash to and from regional banks and easily mistaken for one.
SAVIDGE (IN IRAQ): We also have another photographer in the top of an APC, which is right beside us.
DOBBS: General Grange, you are talking about what was popularly known as the APC, the armored personnel carrier, thousands of them, Jamie McIntyre reported, in storage and ready to be rearmored if necessary.
We also have another photographer in the top of an APC, which is right beside us. and that is Scott McWiny (ph), also with CNN.
Anadarko APC, which is not an integrated, has had a lot of success offshore West Africa.
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