ACV

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AcronymDefinition
ACVAir Cushion Vehicle
ACVApple Cider Vinegar
ACVApple-Cider Vinegar (nutrition)
ACVActual Cash Value
ACVAnalyse du Cycle de Vie (French: Lifecycle Analysis)
ACVArmored Core V (gaming)
ACVAteliers du Cap-Vert (French: Cape Verde Workshops; watercraft producer; Senegal)
ACVAir Control Valve
ACVAlgemeen Christelijk Vakverbond (Belgian Christian Trade-Union)
ACVAttitude (Data) Collection Verification
ACVAustria Center Vienna
ACVArmored Combat Vehicle
ACVAdobe Curves File
ACVAmazing Crystal Vision
ACVAccident Cérébro-Vasculaire (French: Cerebrovascular Accident)
ACVAnnual Contract Value (finance)
ACVAutocovariance (function)
ACVAsian CineVision
ACVAll-Commodity Volume
ACVAntecubital Vein
ACVArtisans Center of Virginia
ACVAlberto-Culver Company (stock symbol; Melrose Park, IL)
ACVAnálisis de Ciclo de Vida (Spanish: Life Cycle Analysis)
ACVAtlantique Concept Voile (French boat rental company)
ACVAutomobil-Club Verkehr Bundesrepublik Deutschland
ACVAnterior Cardiac Vein
ACVApproved Contract Value
ACVAircraft Cockpit Video
ACVAssociation des Commerçants de Vesoul (French: Association of Vesoul Traders; Vesoul, France)
ACVAluminium Center Vlaanderen (Dutch: Aluminum Center Flanders; Flanders, Belgium)
ACVAccess Control Verification
ACVArcata, CA, USA - Arcata/Eureka Airport (Airport Code)
ACVArmored Command Vehicle
ACVAssociation Canadienne de Vexillologie (Canada)
ACVAsser Christelijke Voetbalvereniging (Netherlands)
ACVAlternating Current Voltammetry
ACVAll Commodity Value (business metric)
ACVAt-Completion Variance
ACVArmored Cannon Vehicle
ACVAddress Control Vector
ACVAN/UYS-2 COTS Variant (US Navy)
ACVAlps Cable Vision (Nagano, Japan)
ACVAlfa Club des Volcans (French Alfa Romeo club)
ACVAuxiliary Aircraft Carriers (CVE) (obsolete) (US Navy)
ACVAdministrative Control Value
ACVAccount Current Value
ACVAutomobile Club de Vichy (French: Automobile Club of Vichy; Vichy, France)
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Zinc production from Greens Creek and Red Dog mines accounted for 53% of all commodity value, followed by gold (22%), silver (8%), sand and gravel (6%), lead (5%), coal (4%), and rock, copper, peat, and jade.
Note: Since nearly all commodity value data come from either the 1890 Abstract of the Eleventh Census or the 1890 Report on Manufacturing Industries in the United States, to save space I abbreviate the former as AEC and the latter as RMI.
The size of the rate increase should be the same for all commodity values, though.