announced her selection during the 132nd meeting of the National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
What does NAC stand for?
NAC stands for National Advisory Council
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- National Acquisition Center (DVA)
- National Action Committee (on the Status of Women)
- National Activation Center
- National Addiction Centre
- National Adjudicatory Council
- National Administrative Council (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)
- National Administrator's Credential
- National Adoption Center
- National Advertising Campaign
- National Advisory Committee
- National Advocacy Center
- National Agency Check
- National Agricultural Center (UK)
- National Agroforestry Center
- National AIDS Clearinghouse (US CDC)
- National Aids Council (WHO)
- National Alliance for Caregiving
- National Amateur Championship (Ogden, UT; dog competition)
- National Aquaculture Council
- National Archives of Canada
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Summary: The United Arab Emirates will increase the number of citizens eligible to vote for a national advisory council to 129,000 from a previously planned 80,000, the state news agency announced Monday, the latest move to give them a bigger say in government.
New Delhi, Jan 21 (ANI): The National Advisory Council (NAC), headed by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, will meet here on Friday evening to discuss the Food Security Bill, Right to Information and tribal rights.
He also served as a member of the Freddie Mac Multifamily National Advisory Council.
Small Business Administration announced the appointment of Oscar Guarderas, of the Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development, to the SBA's National Advisory Council.
Miller of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque was denied a position on the National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse in 2002 after the psychologist admitted, under questioning, that he hadn't voted for President Bush.
1979: President Jimmy Carter names Seattle lesbian Jill Schropp to the National Advisory Council on Women.