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AMOAccredited Management Organization (website)
AMOAssociation of Municipalities of Ontario (Canada)
AMOAustralian Music Online
AMOAdvanced Medical Optics, Inc.
AMOAtomic Molecular and Optical
AMOAtlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (weather pattern)
AMOApproved Maintenance Organization
AMOApplication Management Outsourcing
AMOAmerica's Multimedia Online
AMOAssistant Medical Officer
AMOApplication Maintenance Outsourcing
AMOAircraft Maintenance Officer
AMOAsset Management Option (Unicenter)
AMOAmerican Maritime Officer
AMOAutomatic Monthly Order
AMOAir Mass Zero
AMOAviation Medical Officer
AMOAssociation Members Only
AMOAlternant Molecular Orbital
AMOÁrea Monetaria Óptima (Galician: Optimal Monetary Area)
AMOAutomation Management Office(r)
AMOAssociation of Magisterial Officers (UK)
AMOAssociation Mycologique de l'Ouest (French: Western Mycological Association)
AMOArchery Manufacturers & Merchants Organization
AMOAllied Meteorological Office
AMOAssurance Management Office
AMOAustralian Mathematics Olympiad
AMOArchitectenvereniging van Mechelen en Omstreken (Dutch: Architect Association of Mechelen and Surroundings; Mechelen, Belgium)
AMOAdvanced Munitions Office
AMOAir Movement Officer
AMOAerodrome Meteorological Office (Hong Kong)
AMOArea Maintenance Office (USPS)
AMOAdvance Material Order
AMOAssistant Manager for Operations
AMOAcquisition Management Organization
AMOAcquisition Management Officer
AMOAuthorized Military Official (US DoD)
AMOAmphibious Military Operations
AMOAmmunition Management Office
AMOArama Motoru Optimizasyonu (Turkish: Search Engine Optimization)
AMOAssociation Of Malaysian Optometrists
AMOA Miracle Occurs
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