AACT


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AcronymDefinition
AACTAmerican Association of Community Theatre
AACTAmerican Academy of Clinical Toxicology
AACTAlpha-1-Antichymotrypsin
AACTAmerican Association of Candy Technologists
AACTAirbus Active Learning and Competence-Focused Training
AACTAdvanced Application Certification Testing (NMCI)
AACTAcorn Approved Centre of Technology
AACTArts And Crafts Time
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Of the 11 contracts to be awarded so far, nine went to Wheatbelt businesses, with the remaining two awarded to the joint venture, Underground Services Australia and AACT.
AACT was launched in 2014 by the American Chemical Society (ACS), the world's largest scientific society.
AACT has a strong presence in the domestic market, where it invested significantly in strengthening branding and merchandising platforms.
Atlas Air Cargo Terminal, slated to open early next year, will be operated by AACT Co.
She has also been active in many professional organizations including IFT (Institute of Food Technologists), AACT (American Association of Candy Technologists), WFFC (Women in Flavor and Fragrance Commerce), AAPS (American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists), FMI (Food Marketing Institute) and CDMA (Commercial Development and Management Association).
Reaction to AACT does not appear to have been previously reported in this context but is nonspecific.
Several Fortune 500 companies have already used the services of Little Rock-based Advanced Analytical Consulting Team, which does business as AACT Inc.
AACT is determined by the perceived consequences of performing the behavior and the individual's evaluation of those consequences.
Samples were assayed in triplicate and the relative abundance of mRNAs was calculated with the AACT method with [beta]-actin as the invariant control.
Ms Davies said a pipeline replacement in the Shire of Northam would be carried out by Underground Services Australia in a joint venture with AACT, a 100 per cent Aboriginal-owned and operated company.