Definitions for "ALC"
Keywords:  iris, circuitry, agc, overload, airline
Some security cameras feature ALC, which means the camera can bring out detail in bright or dark areas of an image. If too much sunlight makes an image too dark, ALC can focus on the needed image.
This is a manual adjustment you will find on Auto Iris lenses, and is also known as peak/coverage control. Adjusting this control allows the auto iris circuitry to either take bright spots into greater consideration (peak), bringing out the detail in bright areas, or to take them into less consideration (average) bringing out detail in shadows.
Circuitry used to automatically adjust the audio recording level to prevent excessive volume. Excessive ALC has a tendency to introduce noise and hiss onto the audio tracks. Some equipment include level controls which are switchable between automatic and manual control. Used in video and audio equipment to ensure that output signals are maintained at constant levels in the face of widely varying input signal levels.
Army Logistics Command
Accredited Land Consultant. Experts recognized in land brokerage transaction areas of five specialized types: (1) farms and ranches; (2) undeveloped tracts of land; (3) transitional land; (4) subdivision and wholesaling of lots; and (5) site selection and assemblage of land parcels.
ALC stands for Accredited Land Consultant and is a professional designation awarded by the REALTORS® Land Institute, one of nine affiliated groups of the National Association of Realtors. Members who complete a comprehensive program including required Land University courses, experience in the field, and who have displayed involvement and service to the institute, are awarded the Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation.
Academic Leadership Council
Associate Lambourn Court
American Life Convention. A former intercompany Life insurer association, now merged into a new association called the American Council of Life Insurance, Inc. In the United States, an organization which collects and disseminates data on life insurance markets.
Keywords:  lyps, duluth, clp, minneapolis, adm
Must operate year round (school year starts in June) and serve at-risk students from two or more districts (except for Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Duluth). Students must have a CLP and can generate more than 1.0 ADM when membership exceeds statue minimums. (Refer to LYPS.) Can apply to provide an independent study component.
cetyl-- arnitine - It is the acetylated ester form of the amino acid, L-Carnitine.
Keywords:  kma, multos, load, certificate, card
A certificate provided by MULTOS KMA, required to load an application on MULTOS card.
Keywords:  leopard, cat, asian, abbreviation
abbreviation for Asian Leopard Cat
Annual License Charge
Annual Leave Cashout. Earnings type used when paying terminal annual leave hours above 240 for classified staff on separation. These earnings are not subject to PERS deductions.
The Approximate Lethal Concentration in air for experimental animals: The test animal and the test condition should be specified; the value is expressed in mg/liter, mg/m3, or ppm.
Keywords:  ofp, fire, open, place
alcove ofp open fire place
Keywords:  abet, centre, learning, adult, courses
Adult Learning Centre. An educational facility where Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) courses are offered.
Keywords:  alien, labor, certification
Alien Labor Certification
Keywords:  assisted, center, living
Assisted Living Center
Keywords:  agency, code, location
Agency Location Code