American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Strategic Air Command
- military Acronym of senior aircraftman.
- US (military) Acronym of Strategic Air Command.
- Acronym of saeclum ante Christum ("era before Christ").
“Not a remake of Ghost In The Shell, rather SAC is a re-imaging.”
“SAC is the company which has bred these super-intelligent apes.”
“They are expensive to maintain, and don't forget, SAC is gone.”
“In The Serpent's Kiss one of the FBI agents, Jill Church, notes that after the terror attack in Detroit, the SAC is wearing combat boots with a suit, which she notes always seemed to be the uniform of choice for politicians when they visited Iraq.”
“Currently thinking the plot will be at a parallel to the original movie, SAC is too big to copy, the manga too extreme leaving only the movie by Oshii.”
“Third, and also unlike the movies (which, for the record I like, but not to the extent others do), GitS: SAC is an engaging and accessible police drama, with heavy doses of character development, action and conspiracies.”
“I want to drill down on the Minneapolis example, because you indicated that you called the SAC and you said, "Why didn't you pick up the phone and call me?”
“Under questioning by prosecutors, Mr. Freeman said he had traded based on inside information both while at SAC, which is run by hedge fund titan Steven A. Cohen and has about $14 billion under management, and at Boston-based Sonar Capital Management, where he worked until early 2008.”
“Last month, Sen. Grassley asked the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which is the largest independent regulator policing financial firms in the U.S., for details of any "suspicious trading" by SAC, which is run by star hedge-fund manager Steven A. Cohen .”
“NATO has a new program called SAC, for Strategic Airlift Capability.”
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