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1. On drawings; abbr. for apartment.
2. Abbr. for Association for Preservation Technology.

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(Automatic Programmed Tools) A high-level programming language used to generate instructions for numerical control machines.
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Apter has been chair of the West End Association since 2005, when it was formed to represent all businesses in the area that want to see a busy, vibrant and successful West End.
Even if the advice comes from a place of love, it may be heard as threatening the daughter-in-law's authority and challenging her role as a mom and chief caretaker in her family, said Apter.
The company would not say whether Apter was brought in specifically to handle the inquiries by the SEC and attorneys general from several states, who have subpoenaed documents from the provider of life, health, automobile and property insurance and investment products.
Apter, professor of psychiatry at Tel Aviv University and chairman of the Feinberg Child Study Center, Petach Tikva, Israel.
Apter, a Cambridge social psychologist, seeks to persuade us that the tragedy of our age is that young adults are in deep denial about their incorrigible arrestedness.
It is also how I read some of the disturbing comments by Emily Apter, in what otherwise is one of the strongest contributions to the volume.
Apter (1992), however, presented evidence that some people are attracted to danger and used New Madrid as an example.
In a recent essay in response to the American Comparative Literature Association's 1993 report, "Comparative Literature at the Turn of the Century," Emily Apter refers to this precariousness as an "exilic aura" and to the current debates over the state of the discipline as "a contest for the title of who lays claim to the exilic aura of comparative literature's distinguished past.
Emily Apter, "Specularity and Reproduction: Marx, Freud, Baudrillard," in Sarah Whiting, Edward Mitchell, and Greg Lynn, eds.
Rarely has a book had an apter title than Understanding Thomas Jefferson, or succeeded more directly.
2) Apter provides informative discussions of "ritual power" in Yoruba society, and Mbiti offers an extensive study of the role of magic in the everyday lives of numerous African peoples.
According to Mark Apter, president of the Togo Information Service in Washington, D.