JAACJournal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism
JAACJurisprudence des Autorités Administratives de la Confédération
JAACJapan Advertising Artists Club (1951-1970)
JAACJebel Ali Airport City
JAACJunior Achievement Atlantic Conference
JAACJapanese American Archival Collection (image database; est. 1994)
JAACJeffco Addiction Assessment Clinic (est. 1984; Colorado)
JAACJoint Activities & Accountability Center (Northrup Grumman)
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(35.) Toloni MHA, Longo-Silva G, Konstantyner T, Taddei JAAC. Consumo de alimentos industrializados por lactentes matriculados em creches.
"Why Serials are Killer." JAAC 71.3 (2013): 266-70.
"The Intentional Fallacy: Defending Myself*" JAAC 55 ( 1997): 305-09* Print.
Sacramento State University's Special Collections and University Archives maintain the Japanese American Archival Collection (JAAC) ImageBase.
Several other superficial approaches to the rasa theory (such as Kathleean Higgian, JAAC, 65.1, 2007) and their correlation with the Western critical tradition rather weakens the ground for an intercultural proposal.
During the war, Jaac Van Harten and others like him were recruited by the Nazis specifically because of their business talents, and because their Jewish backgrounds would make them much less likely to be suspected of collaborating with Nazis.
Known as Jebel Ali Airport City (JAAC), the vast, new 54 sq mile (140[km.sup.2]) development occupies a site some 25 miles (40km) from DXB.
"Mothers and Daughters: Ancient and Modern Myths." JAAC 48.4 (1990): 411-20.
(223) The Ontario Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee ('JAAC') is typically regarded as the leading model.
Wright, "Hazlitt, Ruskin, and Nineteenth-Century Art Criticism," JAAC 32 (1974), 509-23.