I'm off to create podcasting gold with ac Jimbo—it should be up here before midnight.
I said to the guy, “Why do they have to turn on the ac so high.”
Americans bought 1.5 billion cans of tuna last year, according to ac Nielsen data.
The conference room suddenly felt very warm, and I wondered if the ac had gone out.
Ghanaian soccer player Michael Essien, who plays for ac Milan, has been the subject of what borders on fear mongering.
Spe cogunt captivum infelicem ingredi per subjectos ignes: aut frusta su carnis mandere, ac vivo sepulcro condere.
Let ac (fig. 135) be the line on which soundings are required.
ac de iure quidem praediorum sanctum apud nos est iure civili, ut in iis vendendis vitia dicerentur, quae nota essent venditori.
Petrarch, however, did not have a first-hand acquaintance with the ac.
Plutarch inform us that Nilum patrem ac servatorem su regionis, ac defluxum Osiridis nominant.
abbreviation of air conditioning, by 1966.
Latin ante cibum (before a meal)
The symbol for the element actinium.
Variant of ad-.
The symbol for actinium.
Abbreviation of alternating current
A silvery-white, highly radioactive metallic element of the actinide series that is found in uranium ores. It is about 150 times more radioactive than radium and is used as a source of alpha rays and neutrons. Its most stable isotope has a half-life of about 22 years. Atomic number 89; melting point 1,050°C (1,922°F); boiling point (estimated) 3,200°C (5,792°F); specific gravity (calculated) 10.07; valence 3. See Periodic Table.