Acca



noun
(Austral, informal) an academic
abbreviation
Associate of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants
Historical Examples

This assumption of authority by Abbas caused a bitter and angry schism at acca.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

Baha Ullah died at acca in May, 1892, in his seventy-fifth year.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

The only child of this wife, a girl, was born at acca in 1873.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

They were still confined to acca in 1906 when I visited Haifa.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

He robbed his victim of £350, with part of which he bought and sent goods to acca.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

Professor Browne, in his interviews at Famagusta and at acca, did obeisance to each of them.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

“The doctors do say poor Mr. Turnbull was poisoned by acca—aconitine,” stumbling over the word.
The Red Seal Natalie Sumner Lincoln

The Americans could reply, “Physician, heal thyself,” for the worst anger and discord have been between the brothers at acca.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

And Æthelwold, bishop (of Lindisfarne) and acca died, and Cynwulf was consecrated bishop.
Anglo-Saxon Literature John Earle

Mirza Abdul Karim arrived from acca to quiet matters but he poured oil on the flames.
Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson

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