ACOA

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AcronymDefinition
ACOAAdult Children Of Alcoholics
ACOAAtlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
ACOAAmerican Committee on Africa
ACOAAnterior Communicating Artery
ACOAArizona Center on Aging
ACOAAssociation Canadienne des Orthophonistes et Audiologistes (Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists)
ACOAAdaptive Course Of Action
ACOAAustralian Council for Overseas Aid (Australia)
ACOAAlternative Course of Action
ACOAAlternate Course Of Action
ACOAActivity Center for Older Adults
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O=Outcomes: Identify the Pros and Cons outcomes of each alternative course of action V=Values: Review your personal and professional values (e.
Coun Mullaney (Lib Dem, Moseley &Kings Heath) added that an alternative course of action would be to proceed to trial where the council would defend the way the contracts were awarded.
Coun Mullaney (Lib Dem, Moseley & Kings Heath) added that an alternative course of action would be to proceed to trial where the council would defend the way the contracts were awarded.
The only alternative course of action discussed, if the CDBG process and private donations are insufficient, was to return to Town Meeting to ask for more money.
Secondly, before any action is taken, the plan requires that the US formulate an action plan with Russia, China, France, Germany and Britain on an alternative course of action to do if the talks fail.
We have a duty to the Army and the taxpayer to move ahead with an alternative course of action to meet this critical capability for our soldiers at the best price and as soon as possible.
In reality, however, the EU Presidency and the European Commission have already drawn up an alternative course of action.
Always have a plan B, the best alternative course of action.
But we should give the international community one last opportunity to rally around an alternative course of action to war now.
In other words, what are the criteria that are important or vital in the selection of one alternative course of action over another course of action?
There is ample evidence to indicate that Baghdad was considering this alternative course of action, and from an Israeli point of view it was a matter of sheer luck--some would say a miracle--that Saddam could not resist the temptation to grab the oil-rich tiny sheikhdom next door before he was ready.
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