9 relations: Cat Lake Airport, The Yale Alley Cats, Three-letter acronym, Yak (disambiguation), Yards after catch, Yeast artificial chromosome, York Against Cancer, Youth Advisory Committee of Cuyahoga County, Youth Advisory Council.
Cat Lake Airport,, is located adjacent to the Cat Lake First Nation, Kenora District, Ontario, Canada, on the central north shore of Cat Lake.
The Yale Alley Cats are an all-male, undergraduate a cappella singing group at Yale University.
A three-letter acronym (TLA), or three-letter abbreviation, is an abbreviation, specifically an acronym, alphabetism, or initialism, consisting of three letters.
A yak is a long-haired species of cattle.
Yards After Catch (YAC) is the term used in American football for the distance gained by a receiver after catching a pass.
Yeast artificial chromosomes (YACs) are genetically engineered chromosomes derived from the DNA of the yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is then ligated into a bacterial plasmid.
York Against Cancer is a cancer research association based in York, England and founded in 1987.
The Youth Advisory Committee of Cuyahoga County, (also known as YAC or Youth Advisory Committee) began in 2005, as a joint collaboration between the Cuyahoga County Family and Children First Council and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health.
A Youth Advisory Council is a body of young people appointed by one or more governmental officials, institutions, or organizations to advise on issues of public policy or administrative actions which are felt to directly affect young people.