The spokesperson said that Additional Chief Secretary (Home) and IG Police Sindh have been directed to strictly implement the section 144, ensure stoppage of operation of photostat machine within the surrounding areas the exam centres.
What does STAT stand for?
STAT stands for Photostat
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 92 other meanings of STAT in our Acronym Attic
- Security Transformations Application Service Element
- Station Ship
- Staatssicherheitsdienst (State Security, former East Germany)
- Software for Ambient Semantic Interoperable Services
- South Tidewater Association of Ship Repairers
- Short Term Air Supply System (emergency breathing system)
- South Tyneside Assessment of Syntactic Structure (language assessment tool)
- Standard Training Activity Support System (Navy-CNET)
- Submarine Towed Array Surveillance/Sonar System
- Surveillance and Target Acquisition Aircraft System
- Science and Technology Assistance Team
- Science Teachers Association of Texas
- Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques (various organizations)
- Security Test and Analysis Tool
- Security Threat Avoidance Technology (Harris Corporation)
- Short Term Assessment and Treatment
- Short Turn-Around Time
- Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription
- Situation Triage and Assessment Team
- Slotted Tube Atom Trap
Samples in periodicals archive:
And would there be any objection to my having Photostats of the memorial and other papers?
Such is the generic association that the brand exudes and on par with "Xerox" and photostats and, in days gone by, between "fridge" and refrigerators.
In 1955 the edition of Arden of Faversham (1592) prepared by Hugh MacDonald made use of photostats of copies in the Huntington and Folger libraries, in addition to the two copies in the Bodleian.
Photostat machines will have bare bottoms implanted on them, things will be said which most definitely are best left unsaid, lamp-shades will be transformed into instant head-gear, while physical liaisons that will be regretted for months will ensue.
Intended as a publication maquette, the original pasteup (owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art) is composed of eighteen 8 1/2 x 11 "sheets of paper collaged with xeroxed photos and texts, typed text on notebook pages, handwriting, and tape; in the version exhibited here, these pages were reproduced as photostats on nine 20 x 24" panels.