Residents in Washington, Nevada, Arkansas and Missouri also defeated initiatives that would have channeled more money to school districts.
What does AM stand for?
AM stands for Arkansas and Missouri (railroad)
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We have 232 other meanings of AM in our Acronym Attic
- Application Mediation
- Application Mediators
- Applied Mechanics (various organizations)
- Après-Midi (French: Afternoon)
- Arch Mage (gaming)
- Architecture Manager (Intel)
- Arctic Monkeys (UK band)
- Area Map (FAA ARTCC mapping of Sector Suites to an Area)
- Arithmetic Mean
- Armenia (top-level domain)
- Army Management
- Arranged Marriage
- Arrêté Ministériel (Belgium cabinet decree)
- Arteriovenous Malformation
- Arthrogryposis Multiplex (genetic defect; cattle)
- Artium Magister (Latin: master of arts)
- Arts et Métiers (French Engineers School)
- Aseptic Meningitis (illness)
- Assembly Management
Samples in periodicals archive:
APL transports approximately 510 million cubic feet of gas per day from more than 1,250 receipt points and wells to interstate pipelines in northeastern and central Arkansas, local distribution companies in Arkansas and Missouri, and to its gas processing and treating facilities in Velma, Elk City and Prentiss, Oklahoma where natural gas liquids (NGL) and impurities are removed.
LightCore, a leading regional fiber optic network provider in the Central United States, Monday afternoon fully restored communications services to customers in Arkansas and Missouri after two unrelated fiber optics cable cuts occurred more than 250 miles apart on the same ringed network.
After more than two years of review, regulators in both states found that competitors in Arkansas and Missouri have non-discriminatory access to the same systems and procedures available to competitors in Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma where SBC's entry into long distance has already proven to be a bonanza for consumers," said Priscilla Hill Ardoin, SBC senior vice president-FCC.
an Indianapolis-based trucking company, announced today the addition of 175 driving jobs in Arkansas and Missouri.
Both the Arkansas and Missouri sites are being developed by the Belz-Burrow Development Group.
We have achieved greater sales and service density in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri and have gained initial entry into the Kansas market, adding key links in support of our strategic national account initiative.
Life Corporation (NYSE: PL) announced today that it has agreed to acquire a dental health maintenance organization based in Tulsa, Oklahoma that transacts business in the states of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri under the trade name "DentiCare".