Definitions for "NACO"
Keywords:  pcc, cataloging, congress, gest, catdir
Name Authority Cooperative Program http://www.loc.gov/catdir/pcc/naco
National Coordinated Cataloging Operations at the Library of Congress (formerly Name Authority Co-op). Catalogers in the Technical Services and Rare Books Departments and in the Gest Oriental Library contribute records to the national authority file via NACO. Princeton has been a participant since 1980.
A division of the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC); participating libraries contribute name, series and uniform title authority records to the international authority file
Keywords:  mexico, fmn, naca, ntaro, hipsters
Mexico City slang for a chúntaro.
Naco (fmn. naca) is a pejorative word often used in Mexican Spanish to describe bad-mannered and poorly educated people. Recently, however, the word has been reclaimed by Mexican hipsters, particularly in Mexico City and in other places where the word has been popularized in fashions. A naco is usually associated with lower socio-economic classes, but could also sometimes include the nouveau-riche.
Keywords:  conica, naos
NAOS-CONICA
National Association of Counties
National AIDS Control Program
National Assessment Coordination Office (Michael MacCracken, Exec. Director; Melissa Taylor, Deputy)