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  1. See Account.
  2. See accountant.


The acct URI scheme protocol was published by the Internet Engineers Task Force. The purpose of the scheme is to identify, rather than interact, with user accounts hosted by a service provider. This scheme differs from the DNS name which specifies the service provider.

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Google previewImplementing Culture Change in Long-Term Care (2013)

Benchmarks and Strategies for Management and Practice

The ACCT is a data collection instrument meant to reflect progress by following a calculation of points and by structuring these points toward total change, partial change, or no change for specific items. 6. The ACCT is a CMS-developed ...

Google previewPython Essential Reference (2009)

by David Beazley

acct is a string and defaults to the empty string.

Google previewTesting laboratory performance--evaluation and accreditation (1980)

proceedings of a national conference held at the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, September 25-26, 1979 by United States. National Bureau of Standards, National Engineering Laboratory (U.S.). Office of Engineering Standards

The ACCT is a 24 member body which was formed in 1974 and since that time has operated under the chairmanship of Mr. J.E. Elliot, Director of Engineering, Vehicle Quality and Safety, Chrysler Canada, Ltd. 4. Accreditation of Testing ...

Google previewRecreation and Parks (2005)

The Profession by Betty Van der Smissen

T Mission and Goals ACCT is a trade association open Professional Organizations 75.

Google previewNovell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, NetWare Edition (2005)

by Jeffrey Harris

(For example, object ACCT is an Accounting volume, but there is also an ACCT that is a physical volume.) Therefore, if you prefer to map a drive to the physical volume name, ...

Google previewDictionary of Philosophy and Psychology (1911)

Including Many of the Principal Conceptions of Ethics, Logic ... by James Mark Baldwin

Acct is a system ofwhich the truth of anything consists in the truth of different predicates. Of course the idea of relation is involved in the idea of a system. As it is very important for the understanding of relations that the conception of a system ...

Google previewManual: illustrated reference dictionary of bookkeeping and business practice (1920)

by Washington Institute, Chicago

A Subscription acct .

Google previewThe American Business and Accounting Encyclopaedia (1904)

A Standard Reference Work for Business Men and Accountants, Profusely Illustrated with Many Special Forms, Tables and Diagrams Never Before Published

Insurance Acct, Cash ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1883)

(A.D. 1450-1880) by George Grove

acct). Op. 95. Lieder und Gesänge (5) ...

Google previewGrove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1909)

by John Alexander Fuller-Maitland

Spanisches Liederspiel, for vocal quartet, with pf acct. 75. Five Romanzen und Balladen, for chorus. 76. Four marches for pf. 77. Five songs. Four duets for sopr. and tenor. * Lieder-Awhum, twenty-eight songs for the young. 80. Trio for pf ...

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Scrabble value of A1C3C3T1

The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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