AGC

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AcronymDefinition
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
AGCAdvanced Ground Contact
AGCAdaptive Gain Control
AGCAutomatic Generation Control
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
AGCAdjustable Gain Control (less common)
AGCAsia Global Crossing Ltd.
AGCAssociated Gospel Churches
AGCAlternative Grand Campaign (gaming)
AGCAcademic Governing Council (various organizations)
AGCAerojet General Corporation
AGCAutomatic Guided Cart (material handling)
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
AGCAmphibious Group Command
AGCChief Aerographer's Mate (Naval rating)
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
AGCAtari Games Corp.
AGCAdvanced Graduate Certification
AGCAudiographics Conferencing
AGCAnala Goat Company (Beasley, Texas)
AGCAlgebraic-Geometric Code
AGCActive Test Set Generator and Comparator
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NYSE and EURONEXT Paris: BIOA), has received a CAD10m interest free loan from Agriculture Canada.
Good thing, too: Agriculture Canada calls apples the most important fruit crop in Canada, and the fourth most important in the world
The first rose in the Parkland series was 'Assiniboine', introduced by Henry Marshall from the Agriculture Canada Research Station in Brandon in 1962.
Wheat producers grew 26 million tonnes of wheat in 2004-05, compared to 13 million tonnes of barley, according to Agriculture Canada.
Scientists at Agriculture Canada offer the results of experimental tests using a combination of four selected hurdles: acidification using glucono-delta-lactone (GDL); nisin; irradiation; and thermal pasteurization.
William Esmond Jarvis(deceased) a former assistant deputy minister of agriculture Canada and chief commissioner of the Canadian Wheat Board for 13 years
Westar is a canola cultivar released by Agriculture Canada in 1982 with canola quality oil and meal (<20 g [kg.
In 1999 Monsanto occupied research facilities at the University of Manitoba, where it continued to develop GM canola and other GMCs in partnership with Agriculture Canada.
In addition to propitious processing properties, a three year study by Agriculture Canada found that the antioxidative activity of saskatoons is comparable to that of blueberries, blackberries and grape seed extract.
A spokeswoman for Agriculture Canada said: "A number of rugby boots were detained following a flight from Heathrow but have been returned after the soil was removed and disposed of.
not soil mobile) based on an Agriculture Canada study of potential for soil mobility of pesticides (Agriculture Canada 1986).
Those transgenic plants are hybridizing with Brassica rapa, one of the weedy parents of crop canola, according to Suzanne Warwick at Agriculture Canada in Ottawa.
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