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Asahi Broadcasting Corporation
(US also ABCs) The alphabet

Do you know your ABCs?.

American Broadcasting Company
ABC An acrostic for Saint Andre, Saint Bernardo and Saint Caetano, satellite cities around Sao Paulo City , a very important industrial area
aural brevity code
anything but Chardonnay
The rudiments of any subject

the ABC of finance.

American Book Center
Australian-born Chinese
atomic, biological, and chemical
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
alcoholic beverage control
Atlanta, Birmingham & Coast Railroad
African Basketball Confederation
A primer for teaching the Latin alphabet and first elements of reading
ABC (B), a Belgian car market
American-born Chinese
already been chewed
activity-based costing
The alphabet
The ABC of a subject or activity is the parts of it that you have to learn first because they are the most important and basic. the ABC of Marxism
Children who have learned their ABC or their ABCs have learned to recognize, write, or say the alphabet. in full American Broadcasting Co. Major U.S. television network. It began when the expanding national radio network NBC split into the separate Red and Blue networks in 1928. To avoid a communications monopoly, NBC was forced to sell the Blue network in 1941. Its buyer, Edward J. Noble, maker of Life-Savers candies, gave the company its present name. After merging with United Paramount Theaters in 1953, ABC expanded into the emerging television industry and soon became one of the three top networks. It specialized in sports broadcasting and developed the instant replay in 1961. It was bought by Capital Cities Communications in 1985 and by the Walt Disney Co. in 1995
(Ticaret) (activity based costing) A cost accounting methodology that assigns costs to activities based on their use of resources, and assigns costs to cost objects (products, functions, projects) based on their use of activities. It attempts to precisely allocate overhead based on the real factors that create costs
based on nuclear bacterial or chemical methods (of weapons)
{i} alphabet; fundamentals, basics
Audit Bureau of Circulation Organization which conducts audits of magazines and newspapers circulation numbers
American Bowling Congress official rule making body for ten pin bowling for its members in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico and US military bases worldwide; founded in 1895 and headquartered in Greendale, Wisconsin, 5301 S 76th Street 53129
America's Blood Centers - A national organization of independent blood centers previously called Council of Community Blood Centers (CCBC)
Associated Builders & Contractors of Wisconsin, Inc
Audit Bureau of Circulation's
Aluminum-Brass-Chrome The components used in the production of non-ringed engines These engines use an aluminum piston, and a chrome or nickel plated brass sleeve The engine is harder to turn over and start due to the tight fit between the piston and cylinder This tight fit is what makes the engine more efficient, and powerful ABC engines must be run in for best performance
The Audit Bureau of Circulations is headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, with member service offices in New York and Toronto As of September 1, 2002, ABC has 4,322 members, including 787 consumer titles, 257 business and farm publications, 1,326 newspapers, 1,334 advertisers and ad agencies, and 492 associate members (Also see “Audit Bureau and “BPA International ”)
Elliott wave terminology for a three-wave countertrend price movement Wave A is the first price wave against the trend of the market Wave B is a corrective wave to Wave A Wave C is the final price move to complete the countertrend price move Elliott wave followers study A and C waves for price ratios based on numbers from the Fibonacci series
1 CRS Advanced booking charters 2 Slang The islands of the Netherlands Antilles -- Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao
"American Broadcating Company" Network that broadcasts the US "WLiiA?" in the US and Canada Also broadcasts "The Drew Carey Show" (SEE: "DCS") and "The Wayne Brady Show" (SEE: "WBS")
Activity Based Costing is an accounting system that assigns costs to products based on the resources they consume The costs of all activities are traced to the product for which they are performed Overhead costs are also traced to a particular product rather than spread arbitrarily across all product lines The true cost of a product can be determined with much more fidelity than was previously available with a traditional accounting system An ABC system gives visibility to how effectively resources are being used and how all activities contribute to the cost of a product
American Broadcasting Company Wrong word Sources disagree on this name, but it is styled American Broadcasting Companies (plural) in (CP) Caps and Spelling; Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed ; The Persons, Places & Things Spelling Dictionary; the Random House Compact Unabridged Dictionary, Addenda Section; and Infoplease com (accessed 11-Sep-99) Encarta Online says the corporation was American Broadcasting Companies (ABC), Incorporated, until 1986 Through mergers it became Capital Cities/ABC, Inc , in 1986 and ABC, Inc , in 1996
Australian Broadcasting Corporation - American Broadcasting Company
Audit Bureau of Circulations : Audits and publishes 'net paid' circulation estimates for member publications (newspapers and magazines)
Aluminum Brass Chrome: aluminum piston, running in a chrome plated brass sleeve see also: AAC
Activity-Based Costing Cost accounting where activities are identified and all costs of performing them are calculated, providing actual costs chargeable by product, product line, customer, supplier, etc Accurately identifies sources of profit and loss A key element of ECR implementation
American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics, A certification board for individuals and facilities providing orthotic and prosthetic services Established 1948
Mail which is sent from Country A to Country B for sending to other countries but excluding Country A
the elementary stages of any subject (usually plural); "he mastered only the rudiments of geometry"
Atomic, Biological and Chemical; also airway, breathing, and circulation
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ABC Islands
Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao, the three westernmost islands of the Leeward Antilles|Leeward Antilles]] in the Caribbean
ABC Powers
{i} South American countries (Argentina, Brazil and Chile) usually referring to their mediation in 1914 between the United States and Mexico
ABC analysis
(Ticaret) An inventory classification scheme that ranks items based on past (or projected) annual usage times cost or price, with A items accounting for the top 10-20% in terms of number of items and 60-70% of dollar volume, B items the next 20-25% of items and 20-30% of dollar volume, and C items as the bottom 60-70% of items and only 15-30% of the dollar volume. A Class D is sometimes used for obsolete or non-moving items. ABC categories are often used in specifying the amount of attention and control paid to specific items, (with the tightest control over A items), in exception reporting and in selecting items for periodic inventory cycle counts (A items are counted the most frequently)
ABC kit
supply kit including gas mask for protection against biological and chemical warfare
ABC soil
Soil in which A, B, and C horizons can be seen as three distinct layers in vertical section
ABC warfare
waging war with atomic biological and chemical devices
abc book
horn book, hornbook, book used for learning the alphabet
abc of chemistry
fundamentals basics of chemistry
abc weapons
{i} atomic and biological and chemical weapons, weapons based on nuclear bacterial or chemical methods
easy as ABC
Extremely easy
as easy as abc
{s} very easy
be as easy as abc
{f} be very easy, be without great difficulty
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Abc devletleri
ABC powers
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