ACID


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AcronymDefinition
ACIDAtomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability (database transaction properties)
ACIDAnalysis Console for Intrusion Databases
ACIDAircraft Identification (aviation)
ACIDANSI Creators In Demand
ACIDArielle Chester Industrial Design (cigar brand)
ACIDAllocated Configuration Identification
ACIDAccessor Identification
ACIDAcidification Chemistry Information Database
ACIDAT&T Communications ISDN
ACIDAutomatic Classification and Interpretation of Data
ACIDAdaptive COMSEC Interface Device
ACIDAdvanced Combat Infantry Division (gaming)
ACIDApplication Context Identifier
ACIDAdvanced Corporate Information Directory (Cidera multi-platform web enabled file sharing tool)
ACIDAll-Service Combat Identification Demonstration
ACIDANSI Coders In Demand
ACIDAtomicità, Consistenza, Isolamento, Durata
ACIDActive Change Initiating Document
ACIDAlcatel Craft Interface Device
ACIDAdvanced Computing Information Database
ACIDAggressive Criminal Interdiction Detail
ACIDAccelerated Change In Design
ACIDAdvanced Caller Identification
ACIDARQ (Automatic Repeat Request) Channel Identification (wireless communication)
References in classic literature ?
He had left his laboratory to the care of an assistant, cleared his fine countenance from the furnace smoke, washed the stain of acids from his fingers, and persuaded a beautiful woman to become his wife.
Summerlee declared, with an acid smile, that he fully appreciated the difference between the Thames and the Amazon, which lay in the fact that any assertion about the former could be tested, while about the latter it could not.
I am afraid there is some acid upon that too, and it is rather damp and torn.
The acid bite of belly desire had long since deserted him, and he, too, ate from a sense of duty, all meat tasting alike to him.
Martin went into the kitchen with a sinking heart, the image of her red face and slatternly form eating its way like acid into his brain.
The accidental breaking of his jar of acid has burnt the Baron's hands severely.
In the corners stood carboys of acid in wicker baskets.
But it was not enough to renew the oxygen; they must absorb the carbonic acid produced by expiration.
And here his sagacity must make it needless to observe how artfully these chapters are calculated for that excellent purpose; for in these we have always taken care to intersperse somewhat of the sour or acid kind, in order to sharpen and stimulate the said spirit of criticism.
Recklessly she took a mouthful of the cold tea that had been steeped so long that it was like acid in her mouth, and recklessly, under the eye of her sister-in-law, she swallowed it and the rest of the cupful.
This Miggs was a tall young lady, very much addicted to pattens in private life; slender and shrewish, of a rather uncomfortable figure, and though not absolutely ill-looking, of a sharp and acid visage.
In the bottle the acids were long ago resolved; the imperial dye had softened with time, as the colour grows richer in stained windows; and the glow of hot autumn afternoons on hillside vineyards, was ready to be set free and to disperse the fogs of London.