Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Related to ACCORD: Honda
ACCORDACTS (Advanced Communications Technology and Services) Broad-Band Communications Joint Trials and Demonstrations
ACCORDAction to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes (clinical trial)
ACCORDASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and China Cooperative Operations in Response to Dangerous Drugs
ACCORDAfrican Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes
ACCORDApplication Coordonnée de Comptabilisation, d'Ordonnancement et de Règlement de la Dépense de l'Etat (French: Coordinated Implementation of Accounting, Scheduling and Regulations of State Expenditures)
ACCORDArms Control Community On-Line Repository of Treaty Data
ACCORDAdministration and Control of Contracting and Regional Data
ACCORDAssociated Citizens of Cushing Organized for Responsible Development
References in periodicals archive ?
The Accord has also played an important role in advancing low-emissions vehicle technology in America and was the first Honda automobile to meet California's ULEV, SULEV and SULEV30 emission standards.
As one important bellwether of its success, the Accord has been named to Car and Driver magazine's prestigious "10Best" list a record 30 times, a feat unmatched by any other automobile of any type.
Now when the Accord Hybrid is getting ready to steer into the market, Honda seems to be confident of getting a good response.
Although not readily discernable, there are some other changes to the basic Accord.
New president Oscar Berger took office in January and fueled hopes of moving ahead with both the peace accords and government cleanup, but many Guatemalans still believe he needs to prove himself.
While the Toronto Valuation Accord continues to seek an already internationally accepted concept of market value, which has been used in other parts of the world for many years, we applaud the FASB's progress in incorporating market value concepts into its financial reporting framework.
The accord sets forth a framework for measuring capital adequacy and a minimum standard to be achieved by international banks in adopting countries.
The beauty of the Accord EX engine is that, beginning at around 5,600 revolutions per minute, its sound changes and positively begs the driver to push it closer to the red line, which is 6,800.
This Accord sets out an Action Plan that will ensure all Canadians have timely access to quality health care on the basis of need and not ability to pay," Chretien said.
The 1988 Accord was an outgrowth of the Latin American debt crisis of the early 1980's that left virtually all of the biggest U.
In the aftermath of the Dayton Accords on Bosnia, the Clinton Administration viewed Milosevic as an ally against America's other great enemy: international drug dealing.