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  • abbr. Tactical Air Command

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  • (military) Tactical Air Command


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  • Transport Accident Commission Victoria.www. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = "Copyright in thematerial on this website is owned by the TAC and may only be used for non-commercial personal or educational purposes. - Business News

  • While the TAC is small in England, with fewer than a dozen churches, the formation of its prelature could lead to a substantial exodus from the Church of England.

    Pope 'wants personal prelature' for ex-Anglicans - Catholic Herald Online

  • I'm not arguing that TAC is for everyone, or that it is the only way to go.

    The ABC's: Aquinas, Books, Catholic identity

  • The TAC is a growing global community of approximately 400,000 members that took the historic step in 2007 of seeking full corporate and sacramental communion with the Catholic Church – a move that, if fulfilled, will be the biggest development in Catholic-Anglican relations since the English Reformation under King Henry VIII.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • TAC is seeking unity not (what is usually termed) the conservative Anglican groups.

    400,000 Anglicans coming home to Rome?

  • TAC is almost exactly as conservative on questions of marriage as Rome is.

    400,000 Anglicans coming home to Rome?

  • The hardcore divers I know are all a little on the intense side, filled with folk wisdom and radical philosophy about trash and politics, and the author of DD: TAC is no exception.

    Boing Boing: January 26, 2003 - February 1, 2003 Archives

  • (NOTE: Newberry was trained in TAC duties, and it might be assumed that he was on a TAC assignment; however, the location of loss favors that of a rescue escort or recce mission.)

    Newberry, Wayne E. II

  • The publicity resulting from the article in the Perth Record led many people to conclude that what was being sought by the TAC is a "personal prelature," - a recently devised way of being Roman Catholic in which the clergy are subject, not to the diocesan bishop, but to another bishop somewhere else.

    Slow posting continues till mid-August...

  • That's one of the companies that was a contractor to the State Department, and the president of The Analysis Corporation which is also known as TAC, his name is John Brennan is an adviser and contributor to the Obama campaign.

    CNN Transcript Mar 22, 2008


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