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In North Dakota law, what is the term used to denote the percentage of alcohol in a person's blood?


North Dakota law uses the term Alcohol Concentration (AC) to denote the percentage of alcohol in a person's blood or breath. Other US states use such terms as Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) or Blood Alcohol Content (BAC). [Alcohol; Drinking, Drugs and Driving; North Dakota Noncommercial Drivers License Manual], [ND Cen. Code § 39-08-01]

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