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ASM

ASM

(1) (Association for Systems Management) An international membership organization based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1947 and disbanded in 1996, it sponsored conferences in all phases of administrative systems and management.

(2) The file extension for assembly language source programs.
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With the rise of metropolitan-type urban areas in other parts of the country, it was only fair that Congress liberalized the rule on flexible meeting sites of ASMs to reflect that development.
Based on these results, the company continues to estimate its first quarter 2017 operating revenue per ASM (RASM) will decline in the 2-3% range, as compared with first quarter 2016.
There were 60 health facilities--five district hospitals and 55 health centers--and 1,994 ASMs in the program area.
Three models are rated by maximum cage diameter, ASMS 150, 75.6 in.; ASMS 220, 106 in.; and, ASMS 260, 124 in.
“I'm excited to join ASMS's team of dedicated people working to diagnose and treat Southern Californians suffering from sleep disorders.
Capacity rose 13.2% to 2.36 billion ASMs and load factor dropped 1.1 points to 80.8%.
ASMS and IMMP have contacted the remaining Swiss companies and agencies trading in canned tuna products to make Switzerland 100 percent dolphin-safe.
For 2015, ASMs increased 7.3 percent to 140.5 billion, compared with 131.0 billion in 2014.
Its forecast for the current three-month period includes a 4% rise in Alaska Airlines capacity to 5.8 billion ASMs and unit costs of 7.9-8 cents, which would represent a 0-1% drop from the year-ago period.
Third quarter 2015 ASMs increased 7.6 percent to a level of 36.4 billion, compared with third quarter 2014 ASMs of 33.8 billion.
Available seat miles (ASMs) increased 6.7 percent to 12.5 billion in June 2015, compared with the June 2014 level of 11.7 billion.