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AcronymDefinition
AOAnnouncement of Opportunity
AOAll Out
AOAnarchy Online (internet game)
AOAngola
AOAdaptive Optics
AOAdjustable Objective (rifle telescopic sight)
AOOrder of Australia
AOAustralian Open (tennis tournament)
AOAdults Only (ESRB game rating, 18 yrs. and up; graphic sex/violence)
AOAdministrative Order
AOAccount Of
AOAdvisory Opinion
AOAosta (Val d'Aosta, Italy)
AOAnd Others
AOAnarchy-Online (PC MMORPG)
AOAmong Others
AOAgent Orange (herbicidal warfare)
AOAnalog Output
AOOther Articles (US postal service)
AOApplied Optics
AOOfficer of the Order of Australia
AOAnnoying Orange (Youtube channel)
AOAmbient Occlusion (graphics)
AOAtlantic Ocean
AOAssessing Officer (tax; India)
AOAmerican Optical
AOAdults Only
AOAbgabenordnung (German tax regulations)
AOAbdominal Obesity
AOArctic Ocean
AOAge Old
AOArctic Oscillation
AOAtmosphere-Ocean
AOAssessment Objective
AOArea of Operation
AOApplication Outsourcing
AOArea Office
AOArchives of Ontario
AOAustralian Airlines (IATA airline code)
AOAudit Office
AOAnti-Oxidant
AOAcridine Orange
AOAntiOnline (computer security website)
AOAbort Output (TELNET protocol)
AOArgentum Online
AOAuthorizing Official (for IMPAC Purchases)
AOArbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteosynthesefragen (Association for the Study of Internal Fixation)
AOAction Oriented
AOAlexander Ovechkin (hockey player)
AOAutonomous Okrug
AOAdministration Officer
AOAtomic Oxygen
AOAdmit One
AOAction Officer
AOAcademy of Osseointegration
AOApplication Object
AOAutres Objets (Canada universal postal union)
AOAmerican Outlaws (soccer fan group)
AOAircraft Operator
AOAmbleside Online (homeschool curriculum)
AOAtomic Orbital
AOOperational Availability
AOAmphibious Operation
AOAccounts Office
AOAtlas Orthogonal (chiropractic technique; also seen as AOT)
AOAviation Officer
AOAnglicans Online
AOAfrique Orientale (German East Africa)
AOActive Optical
AOAccount Owner
AOAir Officer
AOAir Operation
AOAppeals Office(r)
AOAuslandsorganisation (foreign section of NSdAP)
AOOffice of the Administrator
AOAcousto Optics
AOAerial Observer
AOAnswers Only (educational testing)
AOAtlanto-Occipital (joint)
AOAmerican Outfitters (store)
AOAutomated Office
AOAlpha et Omega (epigraphy)
AOAuxiliary Oiler (Ship Type)
AOAccess Opening
AOAdvanced Organization (Church of Scientology)
AOFly Outs (baseball statistic)
AOAutomated Operations
AOAmbulance Officer (ambulance service; chiefly Australian)
AOAir Observer
AOAtualidades Ornitológicas (Ivaiporã-PR, Brazil)
AOAcquisition Objective
AOAssociated Object
AOAtomic Operation
AOAaron Owens (streetball player)
AOAnnotated Outline
AOAthlitikos Omilos (Greek: Athletic Club)
AOAssignment Officer
AOAsylum Officer (US DHS)
AOAssociate Office
AOAbnormal Occurrence
AOAssembly Order
AOAviation Ordnance Person (US DoD)
AOAtelosteogenesis
AOAccredited Organization
AOAssisted Opener (type of knife)
AOAuthentic Orginal (retail)
AOAttendees Only
AOAccommodation Officer
AOAccess Ordering
AOAuxiliary Operator (nuclear industry)
AOAnodal Opening
AOAutomags Online
AOAttack Objective
AOAssisted Operations
AOAcronym Overload
AOAortagram
AOApostolic Oblates
AOAsia Onlus (Rome, Italy)
AOAirdrome Officer
AOAdministrative Office/ Officer
AOAssociation Orukutuku
AOAssociate Post Office (also called associate office)
AOAeronautical Orders (orders authorizing a military person to perform duties in flight)
AOAwards and Obligations
AOACCS (Army Command and Control System) OSI (Operator System Interface)
AOAerosol Obscurant
AOAccompanying Object
AOApproximate Optimum Method
AOArkansas and Ozarks Railway
AOAir Overseas, Inc.
AO(USN Rating) Aviation Ordnanceman
AOAuthorized Outage
AOAdaptive Onestep (IEEE)
References in classic literature ?
"You know, Count, it is much more honorable to admit one's mistake than to let matters become irreparable.
Grant, who led the way, turned into a field, through a pair of open bars, and entered a footpath, of but sufficient width to admit one person to walk in at a time.
But to this their leader as fiercely objected, reserving that priority for himself; particularly as his two comrades would not yield, the one to the other, in the matter; and both of them could not be first, for the ladder would but admit one man at a time.
On May 22, 2005, Colman Herman went to Admit One's business location and requested price quotes for loge section seats for the upcoming Red Sox games against the New York Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles.
Herman brought suit against Admit One alleging that it engaged in unfair business practices under the Consumer Protection Act by violating the Anti-Scalping Statute when it offered to sell him tickets far in excess of their face value.
Admit One Ticket Agency LLC, the SJC determined that a consumer must purchase a ticket in order to obtain standing to sue a reseller for an alleged violation of the Anti-Scalping Statute.
(37) Under the previously established standing analysis, Herman would have had to show a cognizable injury, or that Admit One's price quotes "acted as a powerful obstacle to [the] exercise of [Herman's] legal rights." (38) The Anti-Scalping Statute provides Herman the legal right to purchase tickets at a legally defined price.
Admit One Ticket Agency LLC illustrates the current friction in the ticket resale market between the competing interests of free-market capitalism and consumer protection.
(6.) 912 N.E.2d at 452 (describing Admit One's business).
In 2005, Admit One conducted an estimated ninety-one percent of sales through the online auction site eBay, eight percent over the phone or via its website, and about one percent through in-store sales; all sales were non-cash transactions.
The price difference between the two quotes illustrates Admit One's business model of allocating its acquisition and operational costs unevenly among sales, depending on the public demand for tickets to a particular game.
When questioned by Admit One's counsel about his intent to buy tickets at any price, Herman responded that he was willing to purchase tickets at face value, or "what the law allowed." Id.