VAC

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VACVacuum
VACVeterans Affairs Canada (Federal Government)
VACVinyl Acetate
VACVacant
VACVacuum Assisted Closure
VACVehicle Access Control
VACVentilation and Air Conditioning
VACVacate
VACVoltage in Alternating Current (electromagnetics)
VACVehicle Air Conditioning
VACVolvo Ambiant Air Cleaner
VACVirtual Ambience Control
VACVoltage Alternating Current
VACValve anti Cheat
VACVendor of Approved Courseware
VACValue Added Carrier
VACVirtual Path Access Control
VACVariable Automatic Calculator
VACValve Anti Cheat (gaming)
VACVolts Alternating Current
VACVideo & Audio Center (California)
VACValley Arts Council (various locations)
VACVisual Arts Competition (various locations)
VACVenice Art Center (Venice, FL)
VACValley Athletic Club (various locations)
VACVermont Arts Council (Montpelier, VT)
VACVelvet Acid Christ (band)
VACVisual Arts Club (various organizations)
VACVideo Appeals Committee (Video Recordings Act; UK)
VACVascular Anomalies Center (Boston Children's Hospital; Massachusetts)
VACVisa Application Charge (Australia)
VACVolunteer Ambulance Corps
VACVoluntary Action Center
VACVPN Accelerator Card
VACVulnerability Assessment Committee
VACViolence Against Children
VACVirtual Assessment Center (various meanings)
VACVariance At Completion
VACVictorian AIDS Council
VACVlaams Agrarisch Centrum (Belgium)
VACVisual Approach Chart (aviation)
VACVisual Applet Configurator (Stockholm, Sweden)
VACVendor Advisory Council
VACVitamin A Capsule
VACVoluntary Action Camden (England, UK)
VACVoluntary Action Cumbria (England, UK)
VACV Amphibious Corps
VACValue Added Chain (economics)
VACVersatile Advection Code
VACValiant Air Command
VACValuation Appeal Committee (UK)
VACVictim Assistance Center
VACValue Adding Company
VACVoluntary Action Cardiff (Wales, UK)
VACVariety Artists Club of New Zealand Incorporated (est. 1966)
VACValue-Added Carrier
VACValue Added Community
VACVinyl Acetate Council
VACVultures Are Circling (impending death implication)
VACVentriculoatrial Conduction
VACValue Added Consultancy
VACVictims Advisory Committee
VACVoice Activity Compression
VACValue Added Channels
VACVar Alpine Club (Solliès-Toucas, France)
VACVital Area Center
VACValue Added Carbohydrate
VACVulnerability Assessment Certification
VACVancouver Airport Chaplaincy (Vancouver International Airport)
VACValidated Account Code
VACVerified Audit Circulation Company
References in classic literature ?
Stevie left alone beside the private lamp-post of the Charity, his hands thrust deep into his pockets, glared with vacant sulkiness.
That vacant lot soon became the most cheerful place in town.
Probably I should not have troubled myself to do so, had I been full in front; but I observed that she immediately began to slip her books into her cabas again; and, presently, after I had returned to the estrade, while I was arranging the mass of compositions, I heard the folding-door again open and close; and, on looking up, I perceived her place vacant. I thought to myself, "She will consider her first attempt at taking a lesson in English something of a failure;" and I wondered whether she had departed in the sulks, or whether stupidity had induced her to take my words too literally, or, finally, whether my irritable tone had wounded her feelings.
In any case it must have been very recently, for the appointment was vacant eight days ago; a proof of which is, that the king refused Monsieur, who solicited the post for one of his proteges."
She went on in the same dull vacant tone, steadily following out her own train of thought, with her heedless eyes on his face, and her wandering mind far away from him.
She looked, she spoke, she eat her breakfast, with a vacant resignation, like a woman who had done with hopes, done with interests, done with everything but the mechanical movements and instincts of life.
The door of the store stood open; the place was vacant, but on the walls, the floor, the furniture, were shreds of clothing and tangles of hair.
The rooms above were vacant as well, for the widow and daughters had gone to another town.
The posts left vacant by Bagration, who had been killed, and by Barclay, who had gone away in dudgeon, had to be filled.
The house was standing, still vacant and conspicuously unfit, when I last heard of it, some twenty years afterward.
His dim watery eyes were fixed on my face with an expression of vacant and wistful inquiry very painful to see.
At present my attention was centred upon the single grim motionless figure which lay stretched upon the boards, with vacant sightless eyes staring up at the discoloured ceiling.