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AACSAmerican Association of Christian Schools
AACSAdvanced Access Content System (standard for content distribution and digital rights management)
AACSAmerican Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
AACSAdvanced Access Content System
AACSAlta Autoridade para a Comunicação Social (Portugal)
AACSAmerican Association of Cosmetology Schools
AACSAlfred Almond Central School (Almond, NY)
AACSAttitude and Articulation Control Subsystem
AACSAdult Advancement and Careers Service (UK)
AACSAirborne Air Control Squadron
AACSArmy Airways Communications System
AACSAnn Arbor Christian School (Ann Arbor, MI)
AACSAmerican Academy of Clinical Sexologists
AACSAutomated Access Control System
AACSAfsaneh Art and Culture Society (California)
AACSAustralian Army Canteen Service
AACSApplied Aged Care Solutions (Victoria, Australia)
AACSAttitude & Articulation Control Subsystem
AACSAirborne Activity Confinement System
AACSAirways & Air Communications Service
AACSAsynchronous Address Communication Systems
AACSAutomated Airspace Computer System
AACSAirborne Astrographic Camera System
AACSAutomated Analog Circuit Synthesis
AACSAcquisition Advice Code System
AACSAssociation for Arkansas Cave Studies, Inc.
AACSAttitude and Antenna Control Subsystem
AACSArmenian American Cultural Society
AACSAmbient Air Control System
AACSAssociate of Australian Computer Society
AACSAuxiliary Attitude Control System
AACSAuthentication and Access Control System
AACSAnti Aircraft Control Station
AACSAmerican Association of Cemetery Superintendents
AACSAircraft Approach Control System (receiver-decoder)
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The Government announced in February that it will be introducing an adult advancement and careers service which will aim to help adults to develop skills and get back into learning, leaving the provision of careers advice for young people to local authorities However, Prof Mike Thorne, vice chancellor of Anglia Ruskin University and chairman of the inquiry, said: "If the Government is serious about making the new service available to all it needs to harness the power of the internet and revisit its decision to rule out a single all-age advice service."
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