(Or “Anglo-Saxon point”) One of the two most common variants of the point, equal to 0.3514598 mm, or 0.0138366 inch, or 1/72.272 inch. The ATA point is used on the island of the United Kingdom and on the American continent.
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noun (NZ) another name for cat’s-eye (sense 2)
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a brand of . Atabrine At·a·brine (āt’ə-brĭn, -brēn’) A trademark used for an antimalarial preparation of the compound quinacrine hydrochloride.