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ANCAfrican National Congress
ANCAncient
ANCAsamblea Nacional Constituyente (Spanish: National Constituent Assembly; Guatemala)
ANCAdvisory Neighborhood Commission (Washington, DC)
ANCAssemblea Nacional Catalana (Catalan: Catalan National Assembly)
ANCAssainissement Non Collectif (French: Sewerage)
ANCArlington National Cemetery
ANCAmes National Corporation (Ames, IA)
ANCAbsolute Neutrophil Count
ANCAncillary
ANCAntenatal Care (aka Antenatal Clinic)
ANCAviate, Navigate, Communicate (aviation)
ANCABS-CBN News Channel (Philippines)
ANCArmenian National Committee
ANCAnglican Network in Canada
ANCAustralian Navy Cadet (Australia)
ANCAll Nations Church (various locations)
ANCAnnouncement Controller
ANCAdvanced Numeric Control
ANCAdvanced Network Conference
ANCAnnual Network Conference
ANCAdvanced Networking Center
ANCActive Noise Cancellation
ANCActive Noise Control
ANCArmy Nurse Corps
ANCAcid Neutralizing Capacity
ANCAlaska Native Corporation
ANCAyashi No Ceres (anime)
ANCAutorité des Normes Comptables (French: Accounting Standards Authority)
ANCAcademia Nacional de Ciencias (National Academy of Science - Costa Rica)
ANCAir Navigation Commission
ANCAdvisory Neighborhood Commissioners
ANCAssociation of Noise Consultants (UK)
ANCAmerica Nuclear Corporation
ANCAnchorage, AK, USA - Anchorage International (airport code)
ANCAll News Channel
ANCAll Number Calling
ANCAccess Network Controller
ANCAnother National Circus
ANCAmerican News Company
ANCAcadémie Nationale de Chirurgie
ANCAfrican National Committee
ANCAnnual Network Conference (Canada)
ANCAmerican Network Communications
ANCAnswer Signal, Charge
ANCAlianza Nacional Cristiana (National Christian Alliance Party, Costa Rica)
ANCAdvanced Networking Center (Salzburg Research)
ANCAdvanced Nodal Code
ANCApport Nutritionnels Conseillés (French: Recommended Dietary Allowance)
ANCAllowance Note Code
ANCAsociación Nacional Campesina Pro-Tierra (National Association of the Pro-Earth Farmer, Guatemala)
ANCAssociation de Narcolepsie Cataplexie (French: Cataplexy Narcolepsy Association)
ANCArmed Native Constabulary (Fiji)
ANCAdditive-Noise Channel
ANCAdaptive Noise Cancellation/Canceler
ANCAir Navigational Computer
ANCAutoritätii Nationale de Control (Romania)
ANCAshore Navigation Center
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Alaska Native Corporation which is owned by 11,000 Inupiaq shareholders
Alaska Native corporations, from the twelve regional giants to the approximately 225 village corporations (which run the gamut in terms of size), play an important role in the Last Frontier's economy.
In 1971, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) (1) resulted in the formation of the Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs).
Both are small business owners and Alaska Native corporation shareholders who have embarked on new occupational journeys with help and support from their respective Alaska Native Corporations.
(69) To date, no Alaska Native corporation has terminated the alienability restrictions.
Along with launching exploration of the Bornite Deposit, the Red Dog Mine continues to be one of the world's most significant producers of zinc and employs a significant number of NANA shareholders as part of the operator's agreement with the Alaska Native Corporation.
The Fairbanks-based Alaska Native corporation plans to start a new round of 2-D seismic testing in January, monitoring a 160-mile stretch in the basin.
TEC celebrated its 43rd birthday in July 2017, and, as noted by CEO Rod Worl, "is in excellent health." As an Alaska Native Corporation, TEC's purpose extends beyond profits.
ASRC Federal InuTech is part of a family of companies owned by the Arctic Slope Regional Corp., an Alaska Native Corporation.
More than seventy-five miles southwest of Fairbanks, at Clear Air Force Station, two Alaska Native corporation subsidiaries are working to upgrade the early warning radar and build an electrical tie-in and heat plant.
By the way, of those first top five Top 49ers, the only remaining company is Sealaska--an Alaska Native Corporation that is not only still in business, but still a Top 49er.
The benefits of resource development on Alaska Native lands isn't restricted to local communities: they're felt statewide because of a clause in the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act that created the Alaska Native corporations. The clause, called 7(i), requires Alaska Native corporations to share 70 percent of revenues from resource development on their lands with the other twelve original corporations.
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