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ACWArts Council of Wales
ACWAshfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (Canada)
ACWAmerican Civil War
ACWArts Council of Wales (UK)
ACWAssessed Course Work
ACWAccesibility Wizard
ACWAir Control Wing
ACWAero Club of Washington (Washington, DC)
ACWAmerican Cord & Webbing (Woonsocket, RI)
ACWAll Country World (market index)
ACWAfter Call Work (call centers)
ACWAlliance for Computers and Writing
ACWAntarctic Circumpolar Wave
ACWAfrican Centre for Women
ACWAmplitude Control Word (electrical engineering)
ACWAnarchy Championship Wrestling (Texas)
ACWAdvanced Conventional Weapons
ACWAircraftwoman
ACWAmerican Championship Wrestling
ACWAsylum Championship Wrestling (Colorado Springs, CO)
ACWAccessibility Wizard Settings (Microsoft XP file extension)
ACWAir Commando Wing
ACWAthletik Club Wrestling (Germany)
ACWActive Content Wizard (Microsoft Vista)
ACWAsbestos Containing Waste
ACWAssociation of Community Workers (UK)
ACWAircraft Control & Warning
ACWAnterior Chest Wall
ACWAssociation Campanaire Wallonne (French: Campanarian Association of Wallonia; Belgium)
ACWAnglian Championship Wrestling (UK)
ACWAnglican Church Worldwide
ACWAll Companies Working (firefighting)
ACWAll Comments Welcome (Internet slang)
ACWArtificial Climbing Wall
ACWAudio Chord Wizard (Band in a Box)
ACWAir Coupled Woofer (audio engineering)
ACWAdvocates for Congolese Women (University of California, Santa Cruz)
ACWAcceptance of Completed Work
ACWAustralian Corporate Writing (Australia)
ACWAugmenting Charge Warhead
ACWAircharter World (Pleasant Hill, CA)
ACWAthlétique Club de Wambrechies (French: Wambrechies Athletic Club; Wambrechies, France)
ACWAlternating Continuous Wave
ACWAnticarrier Warfare
ACWActual Captures Worksheet (Sprint)
ACWAlways Consistent With (shipping)
ACWAutocenter Werkstattpartner Gmbh (German automobile dealership)
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In a speech at a meeting of the Aero Club of Washington, Rockefeller also called on the aviation industry to work together.
Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) used an address at the Aero Club of Washington to make clear his anger and frustration that a long-term FAA funding bill is stalled in the House with little prospect of it being passed.
Speaking at the Aero Club of Washington yesterday, Botelho said, "We believe the VLJ will play an important role in the transportation market," citing its "exceptional performance and lower operating costs." The first Phenom delivery is expected in 2008.