acc.

acc.

abbr.
accusative

acc.

abbreviation for
1. (Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting account
2. (Grammar) grammar accusative
Translations

acc.

ABBR
1. (Fin) =accountc/, c.ta
2. (Ling) =accusative

acc.

(Banking) abbr of accountKto.
References in periodicals archive ?
The ratings also continue to reflect the financial support ACC Concrete receives from ACC on an ongoing basis, and ACC Concrete's operational synergies with ACC.
We have three central goals for this partnership," says Steve Thompson, director of Recycling Initiatives for the ACC.
Bishop Paterson, who is a former primate of New Zealand, said that it would take about two to three years to complete the ratification process regarding the inclusion of primates to the ACC.
ACC Construction has completed a multi-million dollar renovation of the Columbia University Plaza at 560 Riverside Drive, New York, announced Michele Medaglia, president of ACC.
It was a somewhat surprising move, considering there was previous talk that Boston College and Syracuse might also join the ACC.
COGS, the Anglican Church of Canada's governing body between General Synods, passed a resolution stating that CoGS "not give approval" to an ACC resolution passed during a meeting in Nottingham, England, last June, which would allow the 38 primates, or national bishops, to join the ACC.
Today, high-profile commissions have become routine for ACC.
The proposal had previously been recommended by the 1988 Lambeth Conference and voted down by two subsequent meetings of the ACC.
Through increased content, participation and membership, enhanced by the handbook collaboration, Data Management is progressing, and the Defense Acquisition University ACC editors and support staff are striving to ensure its evolution from an SIA to a member Community within the ACC.
I thought I was hearing that we should not go at all," said Sue Moxley, suffragan bishop of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and the church's episcopal (bishop) delegate to the ACC.
The stock purchase agreement provides that EMRISE Electronics Corporation ("EEC"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of EMRISE, will acquire ACC.