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FACSFellow, American College of Surgeons
FACSFamily And Consumer Sciences
FACSDepartment of Family and Community Services (Australia)
FACSFacial Action Coding System
FACSFamily & Community Services (various organizations)
FACSFirst Assembly Christian School
FACSFrame and Cable System (telecom)
FACSFluorescent Activated Cell Sorter
FACSFoundation for American Communications
FACSFundación Augusto C. Sandino (Spanish)
FACSFrame and Cable System
FACSFair Access to Care Services (UK)
FACSFederation of Asian Chemical Societies
FACSFlorida Agriculture and Consumer Services
FACSFamily and Children's Services (US)
FACSFormal Aspects of Component Software
FACSFirmware ACPI Control Structure
FACSFormal Aspects of Computing Science (specialist group of the British Computer Society)
FACSFédération des Amis des Chemins de Fer Secondaires (French railway association; est. 1957)
FACSFlexible Automated Collection System
FACSFundación Augusto César Sandino
FACSFacs Aids Cost Supervision (cost software hosted on sourceforge, under free software license GPL)
FACSFacilities Assignment and Control System (telecom)
FACSFast Access to Critical Solutions
FACSFinancial Accounting & Control System (USDA)
FACSFlorida Association of Crime Stoppers
FACSFinancial and Contractual Status (NASA)
FACSFeature/Attribute Coding Standard
FACSField Automated Communication System
FACSField Activated Combustion Synthesis
FACSFetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome
FACSFluorescence Atom-Coincidence Spectroscopy
FACSField Army Communication System
FACSField Artillery Coordination Section
FACSFinancial and Contractual Status System
FACSField Applications Catalog System
FACSFinancial Accounting and Contractual Status
FACSFuture Armored Combat System
FACSFully Automatic Computer System
FACSFinancial, Adminstrative & Credit Services
FACSFinancial Assistance & Counseling System
FACSForward Area Control System
FACSFunctional Area Control System
FACSFleet Analysis Communications System
FACSFellow, Australian Computer Society
FACSFacility Access Control System (Telecom)
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During the 2006-2007 school year, 334 high school students will participate in this project-based activity at MVHS as part of the FACS curriculum.
By June 1965, General Westmoreland divided South Vietnam into sectors that could be patrolled by the O-1 on a daily basis and all major ground units had assigned FACs. (16) Although always in high demand for CAS and visual reconnaissance missions, the O-1 had its limitations.
Willis places the efforts of the Red Markers into the context of the war in South Vietnam and the US efforts to support the Republic of Vietnam government, but the focus of the book is squarely on the activities of the ALOs, FACs, and enlisted team members.
Launched at the Huawei Connect 2017 event, the Huawei Cloud provides FACS FP1 instances as part of its Elastic Compute Service.
A Facs spokesman said the government did offer "supportive services and connections to community-based supports", with the intent to help people stay in their homes and avoid returning to homelessness.
Pakistan operates a range of FACs of varying antiquity.
I can relate to Melissa's sentiments about FACS defining her and making her who she is.
FACS with AUs is used to generate realistic facial expressions for sadness, anger with blushing, happiness with blushing, and fear.
Friesen developed the Facial Action Coding System (FACS) to classify every human facial expression.
VK Raju, MD, FRCS, FACS, of Morgantown, WV and long-time WVSMA member was honored February 11 at the American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation's 2013 Excellence in Medicine Awards.
La penurie des professionnels qualifies de la sante pour prendre soin des populations ne peserait qu'en faveur de ces facs de medecine privees.
In a 2010 peer-reviewed publication, "NX-1207: a novel investigational drug for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia" in Expert Opinion on Investigational Drugs (2010 Feb;19(2):305-10), the author, Neal Shore MD FACS, Medical Director of the Carolina Urologic Research Center, Myrtle Beach, SC, wrote, "Regarding existing oral drug therapies, the use of NX-1207 would obviate daily and lifelong compliance issues as well as the ongoing concerns of polypharmacy facing the elderly and the attendant risk for drug--drug interactions.