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What does APS stand for?
APS stands for Associated Press Stylebook
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of APS
We have 911 other meanings of APS in our Acronym Attic
- Army Planning System
- Army Postal Service
- Army Pre-Positioned Stocks (US DoD)
- Army Prepositioned Sets
- Array Processing System
- Arrival Pilot Station (shipping)
- Arya Pratinidhi Sabha (South Africa)
- Asociación Proyecto Sacatepequez (Sacatepequez Project Association)
- Asset Protection Service LLC (Chantilly, VA)
- Associação Portuguesa de Surdos (Portuguese: Portuguese Association of the Deaf; est. 1956)
- Association des Professionnels du Solaire (French: Solar Business Association)
- Association for Project Safety (UK)
- Association for Psychological Science (Washington, DC)
- Association of Planning Supervisors
- Association of Police Surgeons
- Association of Productivity Specialists
- Association of Professional Sikhs
- Association of Professionals and Supervisors (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
- Association Professionnelle Sucrière (French: Professional Sugar Association; Morocco)
- Association Prudence au Sahel (Burkina Faso)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New stylebook from Associated Press: In what has now become an annual update, The Associated Press last week released the 2014 edition of its "The Associated Press Stylebook," a compendium of language usage and journalism resources.
For one thing, the Associated Press Stylebook still treated cellphone as two words back then.
The Associated Press Stylebook continues to endorse the word "mankind.
After that I was never without my Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual, a must for any public relations writer or journalist, for that matter.
Writing in Copyediting news letter, Norm Goldstein, editor emeritus of The Associated Press Stylebook, says of the 2008 edition: "The editorial brooms at The Associated Press Stylebook have swept through it and made a number of changes since the 2007 print edition--more than 200 .
It is consistent with "The Associated Press Stylebook.
The Associated Press Stylebook says not to add the second "s," and Strunk and White's The Elements of Style does call for the "s.