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AcronymDefinition
ACESAgricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
ACESAlabama Cooperative Extension System
ACESAccess Certificates for Electronic Services
ACESAmerican Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009
ACESAustralian Centre for Educational Studies
ACESArmy Continuing Education System (US Army)
ACESAssociation for Counselor Education and Supervision
ACESAmerican Copy Editors Society
ACESAssociation for Children for Enforcement of Support
ACESAsia Cellular Satellite
ACESAutomated Commerce Employment System
ACESAlabama Cooperative Extension Service
ACESAerolíneas Centrales de Colombia (Airline, Colombia)
ACESAll Children Exercising Simultaneously
ACESAmerican College of Eye Surgeons
ACESAtomic Clock Ensemble in Space
ACESApplied Computational Electromagnetic Society
ACESArmy Center of Excellence, Subsistence
ACESAltus Cumulus Electrification Study
ACESAutomated Client Eligibility System
ACESAutomated Civil Engineering System
ACESN-2-Acetamido-2-Aminoethanesulfonic Acid
ACESAutomated Civil Engineer System (USAF Civil Engineer squadrons)
ACESAdvanced Concept Ejection Seat
ACESAirspace Concept Evaluation System
ACESAcoustic Containerless Experiment System
ACESAda Compiler Evaluation System
ACESAutomated Coastal Engineering System
ACESAmerican Consortium on EU Studies (Washington, DC)
ACESAdvanced Computerized Execution System (NASD)
ACESArrow Continuation Experiments
ACESAutomated Continuing Evaluation System (Department of Defense)
ACESAlberta Clinical Engineering Society
ACESAutomated Computer Examination System
ACESAutomated Communications Engineering Software
ACESAutomated Concurrent Engineering Software
ACESAdaptation Controlled Environment System
ACESAdvanced Countermeasures Electronic System (defense product)
ACESAtlantic Congress of Engineering Students
ACESAutomated Cargo Expediting System
ACESAdministrative Corporate Education System
ACESAny Club Except Seattle (soccer fan group)
ACESAsian Commerce and Economics Studies Centre
ACESAirborne Collection Electronic Signals
ACESAnything Can Equal Success
ACESAnisotropic Crystalline Etching Simulation
ACESAccess Control/Entry System
ACESAdvanced Crew Escape System
ACESAutomated Command and Control Evaluation System
ACESAir Combat Engagement Simulator
ACESAssociated Computer Enthusiast Society (California)
ACESActivity Calendar and Event Scheduler (Georgia Civil Air Patrol)
ACESAdolescent Coping Education Series
ACESAfter Care Education for Students
ACESAir Cushion Enhanced Ship
ACESAutomatic Control Electronic Switching
ACESAgency Communication Exchange System (Ancor/AT&T)
ACESAircraft Carrier Engineering Services
ACESArmy Communication Encryption System
ACESAutomated Cost Evaluation System (DoD)
ACESAccess Control and Environmental System
ACESAdvanced Compact Earth Station (GTE Spacenet)
ACESAerial Combat Engagement Simulator
ACESAccuracy Evaluation System
ACESActive Capable Expandable Surveillance
ACESAircraft Carrier Engineering Study
ACESAnnual Cycle Energy Storage System
ACESAutomatic Computer Equipment Specialist
ACESArmy Consolidated Enterprise Solution
ACESAutomated C2 Evaluation System
ACESArmy Communications Engineering Software (US Army)
ACESArmy Casualty Estimation Study
ACESAccess Control Enrollment Station
ACESAutomatic Checkout & Evaluation System
ACESAdolescent Clinical Education Service
ACESAssociation of Chartered Estates Surveyors (UK)
ACESAdvanced Computer Engineering Services (various organizations)
ACESAssociation of Civil Engineering Students (Philippines)
ACESAlliance for Children's Early Success (est. 2004)
ACESArchitectures and Compilers for Embedded Systems (various organizations)
References in classic literature ?
At a distance Albert thought it was a complete suit, for he counted from the ace to the ten.
If he turned up an ace first he won; if a king he lost.
I threw up the window at once, but it opened so close to the floor and worked so clumsily that I came within an ace of pitching out, where I should certainly have ruined a rather lop-sided laburnum below.
The oblong white ceiling, with this scarlet blot in the midst, had the appearance of a gigantic ace of hearts.
I had a friend who was once in the French flying-corps, and when Ace let himself out, he certainly flew.
Daylight picked the ace from his hand and tossed it over alongside MacDonald's ace, saying:-
Came within an ace of it," muttered Tom to himself; adding aloud, in a tone of calm resignation that assured Polly his heart would not be broken though his engagement was, "It never rains but it pours, 'specially in hard times, but when a man is down, a rap or two more don't matter much, I suppose.
Is hair was towsled and his face--what I could see of it--was whiter than the ace of lilies.
First, of attacking your master, and being within an ace of qualifying yourself to be tried for murder,' interposed Ralph.
I was not afraid of her, but it occurred to me that I was within an ace of drifting into a downright quarrel with a lady and, besides, my guest.