ARCS


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AcronymDefinition
ARCSAssessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments
ARCSAfghan Red Crescent Society
ARCSAdministrative Records Classification System
ARCSAutomation, Robotics and Control Systems (International Conference)
ARCSAdmiralty Raster Chart Service
ARCSAssociation of Regulatory and Clinical Scientists (Australia)
ARCSAustrian Research Centre Seibersdorf (nuclear research; Seibersdorf, Austria)
ARCSAssociate of the Royal College of Science (London UK)
ARCSAbracos
ARCSAlternative Remedial Contracting Strategy
ARCSAdvanced Reader's Collocation Searcher
ARCSAir Resupply and Communications Service (USAF)
ARCSAerial Rocket Control System
ARCSAnalogue Radio Concentrator System
ARCSAft Reaction Control System
ARCSAssociation of Responsible Cigarette Sellers
ARCSAutomated Reusable Components System
ARCSAdvanced Reconfigurable Computer System
ARCSAttack-Resistant Cooperation Stimulation
ARCSAutomatic Reactor Control System
ARCSAircraft Requirements Computer System
ARCSAppeals Records Control System
ARCSAutomated Reject Control System
ARCSArmy Combat Support
ARCSAutomated Raster Cartography System
ARCSAerospace Resources and Configuration System
ARCSAutomated Reporting and Control System
ARCSAdoption Resource and Counseling Services (Canada)
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The cudgel was swinging in the arc which ended upon my upturned face when a bolt of myriad-legged horror hurled itself through the doorway full upon the breast of my executioner.
This vacuum economised the graphite points between which the luminous arc was developed--an important point of economy for Captain Nemo, who could not easily have replaced them; and under these conditions their waste was imperceptible.
The sledge, shortening this route, took a chord of the arc described by the railway.
Moreover, its port was the last in the kingdom of France open to the English, and by closing it against England, our eternal enemy, the cardinal completed the work of Joan of Arc and the Duc de Guise.
Then you would see the superb albicore, with his glittering sides, sailing aloft, and often describing an arc in his descent, disappear on the surface of the water.
It teaches us a lesson of humility, by impressing us with the imperfection of human powers, and by warning us of the many weak points where we are open to the attack of the great enemy of our race; it proves to us that we are in danger of being weak, when our vanity would fain soothe us into the belief that we arc most strong; it forcibly points out to us the vainglory of intellect, and shows us the vast difference between a saving faith and the corollaries of a philosophical theology; and it teaches us to reduce our self-examination to the test of good works.
heard this word than he heard, or rather listened to nothing else; and neglecting the arc of the circle which awaited his visit, his object seemed to be to come as quickly as possible to the extremity of the curve.
The proprietor lies asleep on a sofa - the weather is cool - the time is near midnight: arc will make a sketch of the room during his slumber.
We inquired what it was all about and learned that the Emperor of the French and the Sultan of Turkey were about to review twenty-five thousand troops at the Arc de l'Etoile.
We have such exorbitant eyes that on seeing the smallest arc we complete the curve, and when the curtain is lifted from the diagram which it seemed to veil, we are vexed to find that no more was drawn than just that fragment of an arc which we first beheld.
From one lofty branch the agile creature swung with Clayton through a dizzy arc to a neighboring tree; then for a hundred yards maybe the sure feet threaded a maze of interwoven limbs, balancing like a tightrope walker high above the black depths of verdure beneath.
well, because everyone is going: and besides- I am not Joan of Arc or an Amazon.