AST

AST is a three-letter abbreviation that stands for different things.

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Allied Security Trust - Business
... AST does not litigate ... determining which patents to purchase – AST radiates out such authority to the extremities of the organization, where individual members decide whether to ... The offices of the AST then serves to aggregate these funds and formulate a bid ...
Chadian Social Action
... The Chadian Social Action (Action Sociale Tchadienne or AST) was an African political party founded in 1953 in Colonial Chad ... The AST early superseded the UDT in importance, gaining support principally in Logone, Mayo-Kébbi, Ouaddaï, Batha and Chari-Baguirmi ... The AST, instead, started being divided by serious dissensions, that brought Koulamallah and Sahoulba to leave the party, the latter forming with others the rival Groupement des Indépendants et Ruraux ...
Script.NET - Metaprogramming Features
... has a special quotation operator which returns AST of a given program ... Additionally, the AST of the current program may be accessed with the prog object ... Here is an example //Create an AST for MessageBox.Show('Hello') program ast = //Add this AST at the end of the current program prog.AppendAst(ast) The operator and prog objects allow Script.NET to generate new ...
AST - Other
... Asturian language, a Romance language spoken in Asturias, Spain (ISO 639 alpha-3, ast) Arsenal Supporters' Trust, London, UK ...
Timeline Of The 1982 Atlantic Hurricane Season - Timeline of Storms - August
... AST (1200 UTC) - Tropical Depression Two forms 120 miles (195 km) southeast of Praia, Cape Verde ... AST (1800 UTC) - Tropical Depression Two strengthens into Tropical Storm Beryl ... AST (0600 UTC) - Tropical Storm Beryl makes its closest approach to the Cape Verde Islands, passing 40 miles (65 km) south of the island of Brava with winds of 45 mph (75 km/h) ...