from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. single room occupancy
- abbr. standing room only
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- Standing Room Only
- Single Room Occupancy
- Senior Ranking Officer
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Its funding comes from the folks it regulates, hence it's referred to as a SRO, or self-regulating organization.
This law known as SRO 294 thus means that in the modern era where it is difficult to find work of a blacksmith, you need to work as a potter or a blacksmith, only than you will get the required certificates.
The SRO is the driver of UNIFEM's collaboration with key national and regional partners, including the UN Economic Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), the League of Arab States (LAS), Arab Women's Organization (AWO) and a broad range of regional and national women's networks.
She’s a Cornell grad who at just 24 has her own think tank and consulting company, called SRO, her own quarterly newsletter, a book series about hip and green living, and a calendar booked solid with speaking engagements.
IA/BD harmonization and whether a self-regulatory organization "SRO" should be imposed on the industry, each recently completed last week.
It also means these professionals will be required to become members of a self regulatory organization ( "SRO") which in most instances will be the National Futures Association ( "NFA").
As a result, forex dealers have been required to be registered and to join the membership of at least one self regulatory organization ( "SRO") for quite some time.
$1,539.99 for a six-piece Studioease configuration to $1,229.99 for five-piece set-ups, including the new "SRO" configuration.
Source: John Downes and Jordan Elliot Goodman, 'Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms', 7th Edition, Happauge: Barron's Educational Series, Inc., 2006, s.v. 'SRO'.
The turnout was tremendous and the room quickly went from "SRO" to Fire Marshall at the door ".