RACE


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AcronymDefinition
RACERescue, Activate alarm, Confine the fire, Evacuate/Extinguish (NFPA/OSHA fire safety)
RACERapid Amplification of cDNA Ends
RACERoman Army and Chariot Experience (historical reenactment; Jordan)
RACERow-based ASCII Compatible Encoding
RACEReturn on Average Common Equity
RACERegistry of Approved Continuing Education
RACEReclassify All Children Equally
RACERequirements Acquisition and Controlled Evolution
RACERubidium Atomic Clock Experiment
RACERevolutionary Anti-Authoritarians of Color
RACEResearch in Advanced Communications for Europe
RACEResearch in Advanced Communications Equipment
RACERapid Automatic Checkout Equipment
RACERapid Automatic Cryptographic Equipment
RACERandom Access Computer Equipment
RACERolling Accelerated Contextual Examination (World Usability Day event)
RACERapid off-line Crypto Equipment
RACERemote Access to Customer Equipment (computer science)
RACER&D in Advanced Communication Technology, Europe
RACERafting And Climbing Excursion (Aspen, CO)
RACERestoration of Aircraft to Combat Effectiveness
RACERequest Altitude Change En-route
RACERapid Application Creation Environment (Pulsepoint)
RACERapid Action Cutting Equipment
RACERapid Amplification or cDNA (Complementary Deoxyribonucleic Acid) Ends
RACERegulation and Compliance Expertise (USACE)
RACERick's Automotive & Custom Exhaust
RACERefrigeration and Air Conditioning Europe (Parker Hannifin Corporation)
References in classic literature ?
It caused the poorest member of the race to feel as if he inherited a kind of nobility, and might yet come into the possession of princely wealth to support it.
The race that formed the character of the Haytiens was a worn-out, effeminate one; and, of course, the subject race will be centuries in rising to anything.
But the HOUYHNHNMS train up their youth to strength, speed, and hardiness, by exercising them in running races up and down steep hills, and over hard stony grounds; and when they are all in a sweat, they are ordered to leap over head and ears into a pond or river.
Ages of close relationship and intermarrying had resulted in the race of red men, of which Dejah Thoris was a fair and beautiful daughter.
Bessy had been tempted to run the arduous race, partly from mere hedonish gaiety, partly because of the prize.
Begin with the race of men, and the creatures they require: let us say horses, cattle, sheep, and dogs we don't exactly require frogs and spiders, do we, Muriel?
Oh, no; those whom you laid low are lesser therns; but of the same cruel and hateful race.
Thus, during the first six thousand years of the world, from the most immemorial pagoda of Hindustan, to the cathedral of Cologne, architecture was the great handwriting of the human race.
Every effort of philanthropy seemed to have miscarried, every effort at correcting abuses seemed of doubtful value, and the race friction seemed to become severer.
The object of a race is to see who can win it--or at least that is what my excellent brains think.
I suggested to Perry that we were in the public library of Phutra, but later, as he commenced to discover the key to their written language, he assured me that we were handling the ancient archives of the race.
She was a member of the dominant race of Pel-lucidar.