JACS

AcronymDefinition
JACSJournal of the American Chemical Society
JACSJoint Academic Coding System
JACSJournal of the American College of Surgeons
JACSJapanese Association for Canadian Studies (est. 1977)
JACSJournal of the American Ceramic Society
JACSJapanese Association of Counseling Science
JACSJapanese Association of Computer Science
JACSJapan Association for Consumer Studies
JACSJustice and Community Services (Australia)
JACSJoint Automated COMSEC System
JACSJUMPS Automated Coding System
JACSJoint Automated CEOI(Communications-Electronics Operating Instructions) System (US DoD)
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Jacs (again, totally his real name), on the other hand, is what Jessica Zafra would be like if she were a gay man.
And this allows our readership and followers to join in on the fun without actually having to make the trip to Intramuros," Jacs says.
The JACs system was recently changed in October 2016.
Until the warm weather arrives, I'll be concealing my gear under sweatshirts, loose shirt jacs and the like.
Dyna oedd y tro cyntaf i Sion ganu ar ei ben ei hun (mi fentra i ychwanegu - yn sobor) ac roedd o'n werth ei glywed, fel Emrys Davies (John Em), un arall sy'n gweithio efo peiriannau fel Jacs Codi Baw ac ati, ac yn chwarae rhan Wmffra, y dyn tlawd.
The technical crew includes Amy Dunn, Ryan Rusby, J Michael Gilg, Amber Ball and stage manager Jacs Bruscato.
(We thought about her face today, in the sparkle of the morning sun and then we heard the Angels say our Jacs work on earth is done.
Jacs Murphy, who works for West Midlands Ambulance Service, spoke frankly about her experiences of abuse and violence and told how she has also been sexually 'touched up' and spat at.
Secretary ( Justice) in the Law Ministry will be the convener of JACs
[130] Sciencenet, "JACS: Wang Zhong-Lin group developed a compound nanometer generator," 2009, http://www.sciencenet.cn.