TAC may refer to:
TAC is an open source instant messaging and chat client program written by AOL which uses the TOC protocol used by the AOL Instant Messenger system. It is written in Tcl, and is a command line client. It is a command line version of the GUI TiK client which is written in Tcl/ Tk. Developing of TAC and TiK began around 1998 or so. The software is no longer developed by AOL since 1999. Several independent developers have released some new versions of the software. However, at the time of this writing no new versions had been released for several years.
Tác is a village in Hungary. In the time of Roman Empire it was known as Gorsium-Herculia. An open-air museum presents the ruins.
TAC (building automation)
TAC is a Swedish-based building automation company in the fields of both energy solutions and security. It also operates in other countries including the United Kingdom and the United States and was originally established as Tour Agenturer in 1925 in Stockholm. TAC has announced a name change to Schneider Electric, its parent company, to take place in October 2009.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tac \Tac\, n. [Cf. Tack, n., 4.] (O. Eng. Law)
A kind of customary payment by a tenant; -- a word used in
acr. (context US military English) Tactical Air Command
Usage examples of "tac".
Jabberwocks would just have some sorta super Tacs to do the same thing.
Its stock incorporated a semiwide beavertailHe paused in his mental recitation of the Tac Ops catalog description to peer at the weapon, not quite sure what a beavertail was.
Tac Ops catalog description to peer at the weapon, not quite sure what a beavertail was.
Tac scanned the surroundings, trying to build a picture of the base to guide his progress.
TAC sergeants assigned us to various slots in a student company: squad leaders, platoon ,leaders, first sergeant, platoon sergeants, and so on.
Tac Force units are guarding public utili ties, key ports and airports, radio and television stations.
In a small miracle of military efficiency, 641 Tac BG had been created from scratch in just four months, and for only one purpose - to protect the myriad of Mark I Triggers wherever they might be placed.
A couple of bridges on roads leading to army camps had been blown up, certain airfields sabotaged (the runways mined), two commercial radio stations in the London area taken over, and he had flown five hundred Tac Force men to Chequers at the request of the Ministry of Defence.
The radio unit was the latest in electronic communications technology, a twenty-kilo man-portable base station which could serve at a TAC COM set in the field, or establish long-range communications through the folding dish and a geosynchronous communications satellite.
Get bomb disposal and a tac unit moving to the King Jason Hotel, southeast corner of Government Square.
The tac officers left eye was swollen completely shut, the eyebrow above it scabbed with clotted blood where a flechette gun's butt plate had split it, and her right eye blinked in obvious disorientation.
The tac officer's left eye was swollen completely shut, the eyebrow above it scabbed with clotted blood where a flechette gun's butt plate had split it, and her right eye blinked in obvious disorientation.
And what that meant, his tac officer said, was that if Tom claimed status as a member of the Hispanic minority group, he could forget getting commissioned in the Quartermaster Corps and counting canteen cups and get a commission in a combat arm: infantry, artillery, or armor.
While enumerating the nations subject to the Romans, he speaks of the Gauls as submitting to 1200 soldiers, (which is false, as there were eight legions in Gaul, Tac.
Append our current tac data and inform the Sky Marshal my intentions remain unchanged, and I'll see you on flag bridge in twenty minutes.