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AGCAutomatic Gain Control
AGCAutomotive Glass Cartridge (fuse)
AGCAutomatic Gain Control (US DoD)
AGCAssociated General Contractors
AGCAssociated General Contractors of America
AGCApollo Guidance Computer (NASA)
AGCAttorney-General's Chambers (Singapore)
AGCAgrochemicals
AGCAmerican Game Cartridges (Chandler, AZ)
AGCAshanti Goldfields Company (Ghana)
AGCAustralian Girls Choir (est. 1984)
AGCAutomatic Generation Control (electric utilities; power systems)
AGCArmy Geospatial Center (USACE)
AGCAssociate General Counsel
AGCAutomatic Generation Control
AGCAdaptive Gain Control
AGCAdvanced Ground Contact
AGCAtypical Glandular Cells
AGCAspartate/Glutamate Carrier
AGCAllegheny County Airport (airport code, Pittsburgh, PA )
AGCAsahi Glass Company
AGCAmador Gold Corp. (Canada)
AGCAdvanced Gastric Cancer
AGCAnnual Giving Campaign (various organizations)
AGCAdjutant General's Corps
AGCArt Glass Ceramic
AGCAutomatic Gauge Control (steel industry)
AGCAggrecan
AGCAggressive Content (behavioral health)
AGCAbsolute Granulocyte Count
AGCAttorney Grievance Commission
AGCAmerican General Corporation
AGCAssociation of Graphic Communications
AGCAssociation of Global Custodians (bank group)
AGCArkansas Geological Commission
AGCAmerican Greyhound Council
AGCAccelerated Global Connections (networking)
AGCAdjustable Gain Control (less common)
AGCAsia Global Crossing Ltd.
AGCAssociated Gospel Churches
AGCAlternative Grand Campaign (gaming)
AGCAcademic Governing Council (various organizations)
AGCAutomatic Guided Cart (material handling)
AGCAerojet General Corporation
AGCAgricultural Genetics Company (UK)
AGCAdvanced Graduate Certificate
AGCAusclad Group of Companies (Perth, Australia)
AGCAdult Gaming Centre (UK)
AGCAgriculture Canada
AGCAir-Ground Communications
AGCAustralian Gold Council
AGCAsian Greek Council
AGCGeneral Communications Vessel (US Navy)
AGCAt a Glance Chapter
AGCAssociation Généalogique de la Charente (French: Charente Genealogical Association; Cherente, France)
AGCAvid Gaming Community
AGCAdvantest Green Corporation (Japan)
AGCAfrican Ground Council
AGCAtlantic Gulf Communities
AGCArea Generation Control (electric utility)
AGCAdvanced Gas Centrifuge
AGCAgent Based Grid Computing
AGCChief Aerographer's Mate (Naval rating)
AGCAmphibious Group Command
AGCArmy General Counsel
AGCAntenna Gain Control
AGCAir Ground Co-Operative ATS (Air Traffic Services)
AGCAsociación Guatemalteca de Cardiología (Guatemala)
AGCAdaptive Gaussian Classifier
AGCAttack Group Commander
AGCAgreed Cost of Repairs
AGCAccess Gateway Controller
AGCAudiographics Conferencing
AGCAdvanced Graduate Certification
AGCAtari Games Corp.
AGCAnala Goat Company (Beasley, Texas)
AGCAlgebraic-Geometric Code
AGCActive Test Set Generator and Comparator
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It had increased the hostility in users and turned them in worst bullies for watching abusive and aggressive content which was easily available on internet, she mentioned
In fact, (http://www.slashfilm.com/hugh-jackman-logan-pay-cut/) Slash Film reported that Jackson agreed to a pay cut just so the studio would agree for them to have a more violent and aggressive content. "[This represents] to me the kind of aggressive, classical Wolverine action that we want in the movie 6 more of something that fans have been asking for, for a really long time," said director James Mangold.
One concern, stemming from the 1920s on, has to do with violent or aggressive content in the entertainment media, whether in films, on radio programs, or on television.
But the visibility of this literature produced has actually been sidelined after the wave of aggressive content on the war on terror, and strategies and policies related to extremism and terrorism.
To compare WD + RBD versus WD - RBD groups, means of emotional scales of each patient and numbers of dreams with aggressive content of each patient were compared in a Mann-Whitney U test.
Indeed, the electronic version of Poland's largest newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza, now publishes a stunning notice at the end of every article about refugees: "Because of the extraordinarily aggressive content of remarks advocating violence, contrary to the law, and calling for racial, ethnic and religious hatred, we will not allow readers to publish comments."
A recent price cut to the Apple TV, coupled with an expected product update and a far more aggressive content lineup initiative, could reverse the product's loss of momentum.
Sports leagues must "think well outside the box" and "develop aggressive content plans" targeting fans who grew up in the digital age, says Darryl Ohrt, global cd at Mash+Studio and a blogger at AdVerve.
In a statement, GM said, "In terms of Facebook specifically, while we currently do not plan to continue with advertising, we remain committed to an aggressive content strategy through all of our products and brands, as it continues to be a very effective tool for engaging readers."
"But media entertainment companies must pursue aggressive content development and diversification strategies to unlock new consumer spending."
One way we do this is through an aggressive content marketing strategy that involves blogs, online press releases and other content channels.
Avoid overly personal pieces, however, such as family pictures, or provocative works of art, such as those with explicit sexual or aggressive content.
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