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AcronymDefinition
ACQAcquisition
ACQAlkaline Copper Quaternary
ACQAcquiescence (IRB)
ACQAll Call Query
ACQAcquittal
ACQAmmoniacal Copper Quaternary (wood preservative)
ACQAmélioration Continue de la Qualité (French: Continuous Improvement of Quality)
ACQAgoraphobic Cognitions Questionnaire
ACQAircraft Quality
ACQAged Care Queensland
ACQAssociation des Consommateurs du Québec (Canada)
ACQAssociation des Clowns du Québec (French: Quebec Clown Association; Canada)
ACQAcademic Call to Quarters (US Air Force Academy)
ACQAfternoon Call to Quarters (military)
ACQAll Courses and Quadrants (aviation)
ACQAppraisal Cost of Quality
ACQAcquisition Qualifier
ACQagreed contractual quantity
References in classic literature ?
I cannot truthfully describe my mental attitude as acquiescence and far less cheerful acquiescence," grumbled Summerlee over his pipe.
Summerlee nodded his reluctant acquiescence and held out his thin hand to Challenger.
Ends was choking, and it was not until the grip on his throat was eased that he was able to signify his acquiescence in the digging-up programme.
That the members of the aforesaid Corresponding Society be, and are hereby informed, that their proposal to pay the postage of their letters, and the carriage of their parcels, has been deliberated upon by this Association: that this Association considers such proposal worthy of the great minds from which it emanated, and that it hereby signifies its perfect acquiescence therein.
May I hope for your acquiescence, and for your not influencing your son against such a tenant?
He seemed to greet the lapse of minute after minute with stern acquiescence in the inevitable order.
He had spoken of gratitude and acquiescence in the letter which he had never sent, and now all the force of his character must make good those vows in her presence.
Woodhouse was to be talked into an acquiescence of his daughter's going out to dinner on a day now near at hand, and spending the whole evening away from him.
He rode on in silence, except, that now and then he would give way to a burst of indignation, and exclaim, with a shake of the head and a toss of the hand toward the opposite shore--"bad men, very bad men across the river"; to each of which brief exclamations, his worthy cousin, Hay-she-in-cow-cow, would respond by a guttural sound of acquiescence, equivalent to an amen.
The film-makers seem to have traded access for acquiescence and checked their critical faculties at the front gate.
The filmmakers seem to have traded access for acquiescence and checked their critical faculties at the front gate.
I categorically and vehemently deny any knowledge, involvement, conspiracy nor acquiescence to the importation of any illegal drugs," read the counter-affidavit he filed before the Department of Justice (DOJ).