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ANCAfrican National Congress
ANCAncient
ANCAsamblea Nacional Constituyente (Spanish: National Constituent Assembly; Guatemala)
ANCAdvisory Neighborhood Commission (Washington, DC)
ANCAssemblea Nacional Catalana (Catalan: Catalan National Assembly)
ANCAssainissement Non Collectif (French: Sewerage)
ANCArlington National Cemetery
ANCAmes National Corporation (Ames, IA)
ANCAbsolute Neutrophil Count
ANCAncillary
ANCAntenatal Care (aka Antenatal Clinic)
ANCAviate, Navigate, Communicate (aviation)
ANCABS-CBN News Channel (Philippines)
ANCArmenian National Committee
ANCAnglican Network in Canada
ANCAustralian Navy Cadet (Australia)
ANCAll Nations Church (various locations)
ANCAdvanced Numeric Control
ANCActive Noise Cancellation
ANCAnnual Network Conference
ANCAdvanced Network Conference
ANCAnnouncement Controller
ANCAdvanced Networking Center
ANCActive Noise Control
ANCArmy Nurse Corps
ANCAcid Neutralizing Capacity
ANCAlaska Native Corporation
ANCAyashi No Ceres (anime)
ANCAutorité des Normes Comptables (French: Accounting Standards Authority)
ANCAcademia Nacional de Ciencias (National Academy of Science - Costa Rica)
ANCAir Navigation Commission
ANCAdvisory Neighborhood Commissioners
ANCAssociation of Noise Consultants (UK)
ANCAmerica Nuclear Corporation
ANCAll News Channel
ANCAnchorage, AK, USA - Anchorage International (airport code)
ANCAll Number Calling
ANCAccess Network Controller
ANCAnother National Circus
ANCAmerican News Company
ANCAcadémie Nationale de Chirurgie
ANCAfrican National Committee
ANCAnnual Network Conference (Canada)
ANCAmerican Network Communications
ANCAnswer Signal, Charge
ANCAlianza Nacional Cristiana (National Christian Alliance Party, Costa Rica)
ANCAdvanced Networking Center (Salzburg Research)
ANCApport Nutritionnels Conseillés (French: Recommended Dietary Allowance)
ANCAdvanced Nodal Code
ANCAllowance Note Code
ANCAsociación Nacional Campesina Pro-Tierra (National Association of the Pro-Earth Farmer, Guatemala)
ANCArmed Native Constabulary (Fiji)
ANCAssociation de Narcolepsie Cataplexie (French: Cataplexy Narcolepsy Association)
ANCAdditive-Noise Channel
ANCAdaptive Noise Cancellation/Canceler
ANCAutoritätii Nationale de Control (Romania)
ANCAir Navigational Computer
ANCAshore Navigation Center
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He was too occupied with his own vision, and vividly burned before him the sordid barrenness of a poorhouse ward, where an ancient, very like what he himself would become, maundered and gibbered and drooled for a crumb of tobacco for his old clay pipe, and where, of all horrors, no sip of beer ever obtained, much less six quarts of it.
At the same time he exacted of his people an oath that when they journeyed to the land of Canaan they would bear his bones with them and bury them in the ancient inheritance of his fathers.
For the ancients these questions were solved by a belief in the direct participation of the Deity in human affairs.
These three families, together with the many extinct genera on the several lines of descent diverging from the parent-form A, will form an order; for all will have inherited something in common from their ancient and common progenitor.
Digging about the obstacle, I presently loosened it, and when I had withdrawn it from its sepulcher I found the thing to be an ancient brick of clay, baked in an oven.
Remained awake, as dawn paled the dark, only the grievously wounded or the too-tightly bound, and the decrepit ancient who was not so old as Bashti.
For a moment, as the three parties stood together in the ancient temple, in the glare of many torches, no one spoke.
And here, again, we may find a parallel with the ancients. He goes beyond facts in his scepticism, as they did in their idealism.
The word suited the author's purpose in two material respects, for, first, it had an ancient English sound; and secondly, it conveyed no indication whatever of the nature of the story.
"Certainly," said I, "this sea is quoted as one of the worst, and in the time of the ancients, if I am not mistaken, its reputation was detestable."
These, then, are the two different sorts of these monarchies, and another is that which in ancient Greece they called aesumnetes ; which is nothing more than an elective tyranny; and its difference from that which is to be found amongst the barbarians consists not in its' not being according to law, but only in its not being according to the ancient customs of the country.
Small pieces of granite of various sizes were ingeniously laid together without mortar to construct these ancient foundations.