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AAE

American Association of Endodontists.
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Although we can list distinctive features of AAE and JE, it is often impossible to determine whether an individual is speaking one of these dialects or Standard English.
Those who wish to share stories and photos through social media can use the #chooseartisan hashtag and encourage their networks to join and/or support AAE.
To compare the AAE and gender between the two groups, we adopted an independent-samples t -test and Chi-square test, respectively.
AAE is a lessor of railway freight wagons that boasts a portfolio of nearly 30,000 wagons.
A validade dos modelos propostos foi verificada atraves de analise de variancia e as regressoes para valores de TBA, RLD e perda da AAE foram estatisiticamente significativas (P < 0,05), com coeficientes de determinacao ([R.
A nuestro juicio, el AAE se situa dentro del margen de apreciacion que apunta el TEDH, estableciendo el compromiso del Estado de colaborar al sostenimiento economico de la Iglesia catolica <<con respeto absoluto del principio de libertad religiosa>>.
2) En este contexto, es imperativo para Mexico ampliar y diversificar sus opciones de comercio exterior, objetivo hacia el que apunta la suscripcion del AAE entre Mexico y Japon.
AAE is the most widely known and thoroughly researched dialect of American English (Wolfram & Schilling-Estes, 2006), and it is estimated that most African American children enter school speaking AAE (Washington, 1996, 2001).
Persons who have AAE may attend support groups of fellow "abductees" to accumulate behavior-consonant information (hearing other people's abduction stories) and reduce dissonance by being surrounded by others who share a questionablw belief.
Communication with CNA and the AAE group is active with weekly email updates and conference calls as needed.
Internally diverse like all dialects, AAE has a unique and potent history that reflects the ubiquitous tensions between so-called Standard American English (SAE) and variant dialects (Zeigler 588).