ATA point

ATA point

(unit, text)
(Or "Anglo-Saxon point") One of the two most common variants of the point, equal to 0.3514598 mm, or 0.0138366 inch, or 1/72.272 inch. The ATA point is used on the island of the United Kingdom and on the American continent.

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"And so we are ata point in our collective history when we can make a real difference.
Ata point when I was becoming increasingly pessimistic on the subject, I found encouragement in a Journal of Singing article submitted by Gerry Phillips, in which he examines the question of whether singing is a creative art from many perspectives, with important pedagogic implications.
The report contends that if current trends continue, "there will likely be severe supply chain disruptions resulting in significant shipping delays, higher inventory carrying costs and perhaps shortages at stores." Because trucks account for 71.4 percent of all tonnage moved in the U.S., ATA points out, "it is highly unlikely that the driver shortage could be reduced in any significant manner through modal shift (i.e., shifting a large amount of freight from the highways to the rails).
Ata pointed out that there is no difference in men's attitude even after she becomes a grandmother.
Ata pointed out that the decision is made to provide security for demonstrators and protestors as well as to facilitate traffic and business activities through out the city.