Association of Commissioned Officers
Contemporary Examples

However, so far, all four have declined to participate in the aco program.
Can the Cleveland Clinic Save American Health Care? Megan McArdle February 25, 2013

Historical Examples

No woman was ever heard to say, “Manciganguin mo aco” (Make me thy daughter-in-law).
A Visit to the Philippine Islands John Bowring

Sumasangpalataia aco sa di os ama, macagagaua sa lahat, mangagaua nang lang̃it at nang lu, pa.
Doctrina Christiana Anonymous

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