AUTOS


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AcronymDefinition
AUTOSAgency Upgrade of Technology for Office Systems
AUTOSAnnual Unit Training On-Line System
AUTOSAutomated Unit Training On-line System
References in classic literature ?
Before the chauffeur could back clear, an old Irishman, driving a rickety express waggon and lashing his one horse to a gallop, had locked wheels with the auto.
It caught the captain fairly on the chest, and he went over backward, striking on a wheeler's back, tumbling on to the ground, and jamming against the rear wheel of the auto.
Freddie Drummond sat in the auto, quite composed, alongside Catherine Van Vorst; but looking out of Freddie Drummond's eyes was Bill Totts, and somewhere behind those eyes, battling for the control of their mutual body, were Freddie Drummond the sane and conservative sociologist, and Bill Totts, the class-conscious and bellicose union working man.
Auto insurers and auto-body shops haven't always had the most symbiotic relationships, and often they have seemed to be at odds with each other.
To simplify business auto insurance, the types of vehicles a policy covers are indicated by numerals, which have various meanings ranging from "any auto" through "any owned auto" to "only scheduled autos.