SAAT

AcronymDefinition
SAATSan Andreas Audio Toolkit (Grand Theft Auto video game accessory)
SAATSouth African Airways Technical
SAATSubcutaneous Abdominal Adipose Tissue
SAATSelective Auditory Attention Test
SAATSociety of Architectural and Associated Technicians (1965-1986; now British Institute of Architectural Technologists; UK)
SAATSomali Alliance Against Tribalism (Boston, MA)
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A jury subsequently found SAAT guilty of willful infringement and determined it should pay more than $2.
A three-judge panel ruled in August that SAAT's thermometers did not infringe Exergen's patents--a big victory for SAAT.
Under the agreement, financial details of which were not available, Pratt & Whitney will provide SAAT with training and tools to position SAAT to work on newer generation engine technologies.
Fully Federal Aviation Administration-certified since the early 1990s, SAAT serves an increasing number of local, regional and international airlines.
SAAT issues these Depository Receipts for Triodos Bank Shares to individuals and institutions.
Major participants analyzed in this report include Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer CropScience, DuPont Pioneer Hi-Bred, Vilmorin, Dow AgroSciences, Evogene, KWS SAAT Ag, Certis and Mycogen Seeds.
Pratt & Whitney is delighted to partner with SAAT to expand the facility's service offerings and enhance our global customer support," said William Moeller, director, CFM and Mature Product Lines, Pratt & Whitney.
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19 /PRNewswire/ -- Groupe Limagrain of Chappes, France and KWS SAAT AG of Einbeck, Germany announced today their intent to merge their North American corn and soybean operations.
SAA today installed the device on one of its Airbus A340-300 aircraft (Registration: ZS-SXE) at the SAAT maintenance facility in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.
SAATS will monitor the position of aircraft crossing the North Atlantic - the world's busiest oceanic route - currently handling up to 1,000 flights a day.