from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. blood alcohol concentration
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- Blood alcohol concentration (or blood alcohol content)
- Born-again Christian
- British Aircraft Corporation
- Bronchioloalveolar carcinoma
- Bacterial artificial chromosome
- Bureau of Anti-Corruption
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Bank of America Corporation $BAC Somewhat Up. Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) Downgrades Infineon to?
BAC is a publicly traded company, but as a Fed member bank, is subject to all rules & regs of Fed oversight.
SON HOA District, PHU YEN Province, RVN, where he waited to ralIy to elements of the 206th Bn. After the arrival of ARVN forces in BAC LY Hamlet, Source voluntarily surrendered.
In this report, NHTSA answers the most frequently asked questions about .08 BAC, which is, how much can I drink before I reach .08 BAC?
BAC, which is based in Charlotte, paid Fannie Mae $1.34 billion and Freddie Mac $1.28
Bank of America NYSE: BAC, which is the fifth largest banking entity in the Albany, New York, area in terms of total deposits, is shelling out $11 million in severance to former BofA executives
Bank of America NYSE: BAC, which is the largest banking entity in North Texas in terms of total deposits, is shelling out $11 million in severance to dismissed BofA executives
In short, BAC didn't give away much, financially speaking.
The BAC is a nonprofit organization that offers sports for kids from Burnsville, Savage and parts of Eagan.
This doesn't help you if the errors are in the sensors, or, worse yet, the sensor readings don't correlate tightly enough with the variable you're really trying to measure (namely BAC).