Definitions

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  • Digital-to-Analog Converter

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This memorandum describes the process for closing the Orion architecture in DAC-2.

    NASA Watch: February 2008 Archives

  • This was bluntly pointed out in DAC already in 1969 by the Swedish

    Gunnar Myrdal - Prize Lecture

  • Back to electricity; there is a monthly DAC rate charge as well of $68.16 plus 15% sales tax or more than $78 pesos per month fixed charges when you are in DAC.

    Solar Supplies and Grid Tie Info

  • I had questioned the TRIPLE bill and she does not have a set for me of her paid bills, but the word TRIPLE is not double as in DAC.

    Electric short

  • Lincoln reported a 10% drop from the year-ago quarter in retail deposits into its retirement and insurance products and said it will take a "deferred acquisition cost" charge, referred to as DAC, to reflect how the downturn in the equity markets will affect earnings in its investment-type products.

    Variable-Annuity Business Is Adding to Life Insurers' Woes

  • I swear to Christ, the DAC is my Dad's second home.

    Detroit Rock City

  • The DAC could be a donor caucus within this independent, global body, not the other way around.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • A DAC is an entity that contains all of the database objects and instance objects used by an application.

    Site Home

  • Hi-Fi fans know as a DAC, for Digital-to-Analog Converter.

    NYT > Home Page

  • A DAC is the heart of a sound card-it's the chip that changes the digital stream created from a CD, DVD, or digital music file into the soundwaves that you then amplify to get to your speakers.

    Macworld

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