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SRO

abbr.
1. single room occupancy
2. standing room only

SRO

abbreviation for
1. standing room only
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit Statutory Rules and Orders
3. (Commerce) self-regulatory organization

SRO

1. single-room occupancy.
2. standing room only.
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