ABCA

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ABCAAmerican Baseball Coaches Association
ABCAAnalysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (US EPA)
ABCAAlcohol Beverage Control Administration (West Virginia)
ABCAAmerican Border Collie Association
ABCAAssociação Brasileira de Críticos de Arte
ABCAAusable Bayfield Conservation Authority
ABCAAmerican, British, Canadian, and Australian
ABCAAlberta Business Corporations Act (Canada)
ABCAArmy Bureau of Current Affairs (UK)
ABCAAssociação Brasileira de Cinema de Animação
ABCAAmerican Black Chiropractic Association
ABCAAbbreviations, Brevity Codes, and Acronyms (US Army)
ABCAATP-Binding Cassette sub-family A
ABCAAssociação Brasileira de Capoeira Angola
ABCAAssociation des Banques Centrales Africaines
ABCAAmerican, British, Canadian, Australian Armies' Standardization Program
ABCAAlcoholic Beverage Control Act
ABCAAntwerp British Community Association
ABCAAfro-Brazilian Capoeira Association (Minneapolis, MN)
ABCAAssociation Belge des Centres d'Affaires
ABCAAustralian Basketball Coaches Association
ABCAAmerican Bird Conservation Association
ABCAAssociação Brasileira dos Colecionadores de Armas
ABCAAlbany Business Computing Association
ABCAAmerican Business Communications Association
ABCAAmerican Baptist Churches of Alaska
ABCAArizona Business Corporation Act
ABCAAssociation Belge des Chefs d'Approvisionnement
ABCAAsian Breast Cancer Awareness (program)
ABCAAssociação Brasileira de Café Arábica
ABCAAssociation Bastidienne Contre l'Aéroport
ABCAAllentown Business Community Association, Inc. (New Jersey)
ABCAAssociate, British College of Accordionists
ABCAA Boy Called Art
ABCAAmerican Builders & Contractors Association (Austin, TX, USA)
ABCAAmerican, British, Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand Armies' Program
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