AOI

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AcronymDefinition
AOIArea Of Interest
AOIAutomated Optical Inspection
AOIArea of Investigation (environmental damage; US NASA)
AOIAdd-On Instructions
AOIAcademia Ophthalmologica Internationalis (est. 1974; eye organization)
AOIAge of Innocence (game)
AOIAngle of Impact (forensics)
AOIActive Output Interface
AOIAssociated Oregon Industries
AOIArt of Illusion (3D modeling software)
AOIAngle Of Incidence
AOIAmerican Orthodox Institute
AOIArticles of Incorporation
AOIAge of Innocence (David Hamilton book, also a band)
AOIArab Organization for Industrialization (Egyptian government industrial organization)
AOIAuto-Owners Insurance
AOIAnnual Operating Income
AOIAfrica Orientale Italiana
AOIAll Ordinaries Index (stock index, Australian Stock Exchange)
AOIAntarctic Oscillation Index (oceanography)
AOIAssociation de l'Ostéogenèse Imparfaite
AOIAide Odontologique Internationale
AOIAdjusted Operating Income
AOIArea of Impact
AOIActive Output Interface (UNI PMD specs for copper/fiber)
AOIAncona, Italy - Falconara (Airport Code)
AOIAreas Of Improvement
AOIApnea of Infancy
AOIAtlantech Online, Inc. (Silver Spring, MD)
AOIAirport Operational Information
AOIAutomated Operator Interface
AOIAccent On Information (on assistive technology products and devices)
AOIAtelosteogenesis, Type I
AOIAssociate Office Infrastructure (USPS)
AOIAct on Impulse
AOIAd Operations Interactive
AOIAbnormal Operating Instruction
AOIAdvanced Open Integration (software development)
AOIAero-Optics Inc. (Rolling Hills Estates, CA)
AOIAdvance Ordering Information
AOIApplication of Intent
AOIAccept Operator Input
AOIAccess Option Indicator (Sprint)
AOIAvalon Online Initiative (web development firm)
AOIAND-OR-Invert(er) (logical; electrical engineering)
AOIAutomatic Object Inspection
AOIArtist of Illusion
AOIAll Out Insane (gaming clan)
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