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at·mos

(at'mŏs),
Obsolete abbreviation for a unit of pressure; replaced by atm.
[abbreviation of atmosphere]

atmos

An obsolete abbreviation for pressure, now expressed as “atm”.
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Atmos Energy is involved in many community activities including the support of education.
Before coming to Atmos, Kappes was responsible for financial reporting at Pioneer Natural Resources Company.
A strong education system is good for the region and good for employers like Atmos Energy," added John Paris, president of Atmos Energy's Mid-Tex Division.
Atmos Energy's two customer contact centers, which are both in Texas, receive approximately 20,000 calls per day.
Atmos issued a news release today before the market opened announcing its intent to acquire privately held Mississippi Valley Gas, headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi.
Atmos Energy is a natural gas company that serves customers in eight states.
Dolby Atmos will deliver a more natural and realistic soundfield to Race 2, moving sound around and above cinema audiences, transporting them into the onscreen adventure.
EMC announces general availability of Atmos G3-Dense-480 Hardware, Atmos 2.
Officials with Atmos Energy said that human error and an unusual sequence of events led to a series of gas line explosions in McKinney, TX, that destroyed two homes and seriously injured three people.
But it took the Jaeger-Le Coultre workshop a few more years to convert this idea into a technical form that could be patented - and to perfect it to such a degree that the Atmos practically achieved perpetual motion.
Atmos, which began about 20 years ago in Amarillo, TX as a spinoff with eight employees from Pioneer Natural Gas Co.
Philips' semiconductor division has chosen the world's only compiled, high-density "1T" embedded memory from ATMOS Corporation to develop its next generation of low-power and generic CMOS products.