ASCC

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ASCCAustralian Safety and Compensation Council
ASCCAdaptive Services Control Center
ASCCAlabama Southern Community College
ASCCAmerican Society for the Control of Cancer (now American Cancer Society)
ASCCAmerican Society of Concrete Contractors
ASCCArmy Service Component Command
ASCCAutomatic Sequence Controlled Calculator
ASCCAmerican Samoa Community College
ASCCAustralian Stem Cell Centre
ASCCAsian Control Conference
ASCCAdvanced Sports Car Concept (Acura)
ASCCAir Station Cape Cod (US Coast Guard)
ASCCAir Standardization Coordinating Committee
ASCCAssociation of Scottish Community Councils
ASCCAdenoid Squamous Cell Carcinoma (oncology)
ASCCAustralian Society of Cosmetic Chemists
ASCCArmy Service Component Commander
ASCCAlaska Systems Coordinating Council (coordinates electric distribution in Alaska)
ASCCAlice Springs Convention Centre (Australia)
ASCCArkansas Spinal Cord Commission
ASCCArizona Association of Child Care
ASCCAmerican Short Course Championships (swimming)
ASCCAustralian Soil Conservation Council
ASCCAcademia Sinica Computer Center
ASCCAshland Specialty Chemical Company
ASCCAssociated Students of Clark College (Vancouver, WA)
ASCCAirspace Coordination Centre
ASCCAvailable Short Circuit Current (measured in amperes)
ASCCAmerican Stampless Cover Catalog (US Philatelic Classics Society)
ASCCAmstelland Senioren Computerclub (Dutch computer club)
ASCCAlternate Security Control Center
ASCCArmy Standardization Coordinating Committee
ASCCAdvanced Supply Chain Collaboration (software)
ASCCAll Saints Catholic College (UK)
ASCCAviation Supply Control Center
ASCCA Systems Communication Company
References in periodicals archive ?
Pseudovascular adenoid squamous cell carcinoma of the skin: a neoplasm that may be mistaken for angiosarcoma.
Adenoid squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity: report of the first case arising in the tongue.
Pseudovascular adenoid squamous cell carcinomas of the skin were a subject of a report[13] in which the investigators looked at the immunohistochemical characteristics of these tumors.