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In early 1995, ACC changed its name to Red Hat Software, which has subsequently changed to simply Red Hat, Inc. Young served as Red Hat's CEO until 1999.
In the wake of the Persian Gulf crisis, the ACC has remained inactive.
LIDAR has been used in Adaptive Cruise Control ( ACC ) systems for automobiles.
UNC has been very successful at college basketball and women ’ s soccer, and a passion for these sports has been a distinctive feature of the town's culture, fueled by the rivalry among North Carolina's four ACC teams: the North Carolina Tar Heels, the Duke Blue Devils, the NC State Wolfpack, and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
The ACC paradigm has been criticized by chiropractic authors:
Since 1993, the game has matched a Southeastern Conference team against one from the ACC.
In response, the ACC has given the committee the first pick of its teams after the BCS beginning in 2006.
It currently has a pick of at or around # 5 in the ACC.
However, ACC is also active during correct response and this has been shown using a letter task, whereby participants had to respond to the letter X after an A was presented and ignore all other letter combinations with some letters being more competitive than others.
No-one has clearly demonstrated that the ERN comes from the ACC.
Earlier evidence from electrical studies indicate the ACC has an evaluative component, which is indeed confirmed by fMRI studies.
The idea of awareness being associated with the ACC has some evidence with it, in that it seems to be the case that, when subjects ' responses are not congruent with actual responses, a larger ERN is produced.
The ACC has been suggested to have possible links with Social Anxiety, along with the amygdala part of the brain, but this research is still in its early stages.
The ACC has a political action committee that gives money to members of the Congress of the United States.
Since this victory it has been impossible to ascertain if the ACC has insisted that plastic bag manufacturers cease charging for plastic bags sold to Seattle businesses.
It has long been known that hepatic ACC has been regulated in the liver by phosphorylation.
WBTV has been Charlotte's home for ACC sporting events since C. D.
In Parliament, Brownlee has served as the National Party's Junior Whip and as its spokesperson on superannuation, energy, transport, local government, and the ACC.
The ACC has over 50 rooms and conference halls, which are equipped with modern equipment.
The host unit at Mountain Home since 1972 has been the 366th Fighter Wing ( 366 FW ) of the Air Combat Command ( ACC ), nicknamed the " Gunfighters.
One conservancy, PerCCAMS, has recently changed its name to ACC.

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The partnership was extended to football in 2004 ; Jefferson-Pilot / Lincoln Financial had been the sole producer of ACC football since 1984.
Vitale has been accused of being biased for Duke, its basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, and most teams in the ACC.
A top-order batsman with a penchant for flashy strokeplay, he has also been selected to represent ACC Asia XI ODI side.
He has been part of the UAE team in the last three ICC Trophys and last six ACC Trophys.
A heritage walk guide has been prepared by the Albert-Eden Local Board and can be viewed online at ACC Heritage walks
They have only been found thus far in the anterior cingulate cortex ( ACC ), fronto-insular cortex ( FI ), and the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.
In brain imaging studies, the ACC has specifically been found to be active when mothers hear infants cry, underscoring its role in affording a heightened degree of social sensitivity.
Significant olfactory and gustatory capabilities of the ACC and fronto-insular cortex appear to have been usurped, during recent evolution, to serve enhanced roles related to higher cognitionranging from planning and self awareness to role playing and deception.
In its 50-year history, Little Rock Air Force Base has been operated by six Air Force Major Commands ( MAJCOMs ): SAC, TAC, MAC, AMC, ACC, and AETC.
The Baltimore Sun surmised that Friedgen would have repeated as ACC Coach of the Year had it not been for Wake Forest's impressive season under Jim Grobe.
Prominent New Yorkers who have been members of the ACC include Theodore, Frederick and John Steinway of the piano manufacturing family ; Gordon Grant, the marine artist ; Christopher La Farge, the architect ; Van H. Cartmell, the publisher ; Albert Sterner, the painter ; and Edward Fales Coward, the theatre critic and playwright.
It was also known for few other companies situated here such as Associated Cement Companies ( ACC ), Coal Mines of Indian Iron and Steel Company ( IISCo ), which has been taken over by The Steel Authority of India Limited SAIL and Projects and Development India Limited PDIL, formerly Planning & Development Division of FCIL and Coal Mines of The Bharat Coking Coal Limited, a subsidiary company of Coal India Limited.
Amato has been a part of 11 ACC championships, one as a player at North Carolina State ( 1965 ), two as an assistant coach for North Carolina State ( 1973 and 1979 ), and eight consecutive seasons at Florida State ( 1992 through 1999 ).

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The ACC, now known as Media Access Australia, sold its commercial captioning division to Red Bee Media in December 2005.
Although under ACC, it is best known for its role as the location of the Air Force Materiel Command's 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group ( AMARG ), better known as the sole aircraft boneyard for all excess military and government aircraft, as its location allows for preservation of the aircraft.
Although under ACC, it is best known for its role as the location of the Air Force Materiel Command's 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group ( AMARG ), better known as the sole aircraft boneyard for all excess military and government aircraft.
The American Chemistry Council ( ACC ), formerly known as the Manufacturing Chemists ' Association ( at its founding in 1872 ) and then as the Chemical Manufacturers ' Association ( from 1978 until 2000 ), is an industry trade association for American chemical companies, based in Washington, D. C.
Kowalski's victory created what was after known as the ACC World Heavyweight Title and later the Big Time Wrestling ( Boston ) World title which was active until 1975, later reforming in the early 2000's.
Student attendance is typically highest for conference games ( especially Duke, for which the demand for tickets is exceedingly high ), non-conference games against top teams ( such as the annual ACC – Big Ten Challenge ) and the annual " Maryland Madness " event ( formerly, though still colloquially, known as " Midnight Madness ") held in October to signify the team's ability to begin practicing.
* The Akazukin Chacha Archive-A very good fansite, formerly known as Kayin's ACC Archive / Kayin's Anime Area-Akazukin Chacha.
" Stormin ' Norman " was as well known for his garish red-and-white plaid sports coat as he was for his ACC battles with Lefty Driesell at Maryland and Dean Smith at North Carolina.
Once known as a feeder school for the Seton Hall University Basketball Program, the Prep is known as a state as well as national brand in the game of basketball with coaches and recruiters from the Big East and ACC all the way to the Pac-12 regularly making trips to the West Orange campus to evaluate talent.
American Country Countdown, also known as ACC or American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks, is an internationally syndicated radio program which counts down the top 30 country songs of the previous week, from No. 30 to No. 1, according to the Mediabase country chart.
* Part II-also known as the Actuarial Control Cycle ( ACC ), exemption is granted based on sufficiently high performance in relevant subjects at accredited universities.
The conferences that are known for many at-large bids are generally the six BCS conferences: the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Big East, Pac-12, and SEC.
Autoclaved aerated concrete ( AAC ), also known as autoclaved cellular concrete ( ACC ) or autoclaved lightweight concrete ( ALC ), was invented in the mid-1920s by the Swedish architect and inventor Johan Axel Eriksson.

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