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American standard

Shorthand for measurement methods used by the Building Owners and Managers Association and adopted by the American National Standards Institute Inc.(ANSI) so that there is uniformity in measuring and calculating office space.

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I should say the position of woman here was considerably higher, though by no means coming up to the American standard.
one of America's foremost captains of industry and the greatest man in California, be in love with a--a--the word stuck in my throat; yet by my own American standards Ajor could be nothing else; at home, for all her beauty, for all her delicately tinted skin, little Ajor by her apparel, by the habits and customs and manners of her people, by her life, would have been classed a squaw.
The distribution of the donated SaTos has been facilitated by American Standard partnerships with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) BRAC, WaterAid, Save the Children, Water for People, Plumbers Without Borders, UNICEF, and Food for the Poor.
Before the end of the year, we will move forward with changing our name to Trane," said Fred Poses, American Standard Companies chairman and CEO.
Some designs, like those by American Standard, are big enough for two, which adds to its spalike quality.
In fact, the American Standard combine, headquartered in New Jersey like AlliedSignal, encompasses much more than its ubiquitous line of plumbing fixtures.
With an operating history of over 130 years, American Standard is one of the largest North American manufacturers of bath and kitchen products.
While we have decided to withdraw our plans for this particular project at this time, American Standard has been very impressed with the quality workforce and favorable business environment in Davidson County," said Steven Delarge, chief executive officer and president of LIXIL Water Technology Americas.
Following the spinoff and the sale, American Standard Companies will change its name to Trane.
When the recession hit in 1990, American Standard was larded with $3.
According to Stein, internal audit was key to making American Standard a more effective organization because "audit was the one group that went out to all of the business units worldwide and saw what was going on in the company.
Schultz retired in 2001 as president of American Standard Companies' Trane Commercial Air Conditioning Group, a position he had held since 1998.

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