ASCAR


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AcronymDefinition
ASCARAmerican Society of Crows and Ravens
ASCARAverage Standardized Cumulative Abnormal Returns
ASCARAnglo-American Stock Car Auto Racing
ASCARAudited Single Cost Accounting Report
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Ascar noted that the shift in the Egyptian market towards building green has been slow; however, this is expected to change in the upcoming years.
He was a millionaire, happily married with two beautiful daughters, and one of the most successful ASCAR racing drivers in Britain.
Instead he is likely to tackle rally raids such as the Dakar Classic and ASCAR Days of Thunder races at Rockingham Motor Speedway, while he seeks a WRC return in 2005.
ROCKINGHAM will be 'THE' place to be when Europe's fastest race circuit hosts the finale of the 2003 ASCAR Days of Thunder series on September 28.
It will not be in FPA and, having gone to have a look at the Ascar series, I don't think that's for me.
FORMER F1 driver Max Papis is to compete in the ASCAR series.
The New Zealand-born star of GT and Ascar racing, has married a Welsh girl and now lives on Mumbles.
The TA has teamed up with Pit Stop to offer you the chance to win a family ticket to Rockingham Motor Speedway in Northamptonshire on Sunday, June 8, to watch the 2003 ASCAR series.
The Territorial Army is sponsoring the 450bhp Chevrolet stock car in this year's UK Ascar racing series.
MOTOR RACING: Reigning British Touring Car Champion Jason Plato has switched to the fledgling ASCAR series.
Capitalizing on the strength of a next-generation computer language, ASCAR, Glendale, Calif.
1983) "The ASCAR model for evaluating military manpower policy" Interfaces, Vol.