SPARC

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AcronymDefinition
SPARCScalable Processor Architecture
SPARCSocial and Public Art Resource Center (Venice, CA)
SPARCScholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
SPARCSport and Recreation (New Zealand)
SPARCStandards Planning and Requirements Committee
SPARCSecreted Protein Acidic and Rich in Cysteine
SPARCSocial Planning and Research Council (Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada)
SPARCSociety for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (Pakistan)
SPARCSociety for the Promotion of Area Resource Centres (India)
SPARCSponsoring Partnerships And Revitalizing Communities (Virginia housing development and authority)
SPARCSt. Peter's Addiction Recovery Center
SPARCSterling Park Amateur Radio Club
SPARCShore Point Amateur Radio Club (Connecticut, USA)
SPARCStroke Prevention Assessment of Risk in A Community
SPARCStrategic Planning and Review Committee
SPARCStandard Planning And Requirement Committee
SPARCSteel Processing Automation Research Center
SPARCSlant Path Atmospheric Refraction Calibrator
SPARCStored Particle Atomic Physics Research Collaboration
SPARCStroke Prevention and Atherosclerosis Research Centre
SPARCSpare Parts Provisioning for Combat
SPARCStratospheric Processes and their Role In Climate Change
SPARCStrategic Projection of Airspace Requirements and Certification (Air Traffic Control)
SPARCSingle Point Acquisition and Radar Control
SPARCSustainability Prediction for Army Requirements for Combat
SPARCStrategic Planning and Requirements Committee
SPARCSpace Applications & Research Centre (Pakistan)
SPARCSupport Planning Analysis Reporting & Control
SPARCSeattle Parks and Recreation Connection (Seattle, Washington)
SPARCSpectral Analysis and Recognition Computer (NASA)
SPARCSustainability Predictions - Army Spare Components
SPARCShore Establishment Planning Analysis & Review Coordination
SPARCStudent Publications and Radio Committee (Grinnell College; Iowa)
SPARCScenario Planning and Recruitment Calculator
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