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ABER

(1) Auditory brainstem evoked response, see there.  
(2) Abduction and external rotation; see ABER positioning.

ABER

Auditory brainstem evoked response
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Aber had a few close calls, but on 71 minutes Buckley burst through the middle to complete the scoring.
Barbara Turton, chairwoman of the Aber Valley community allotments, said: "When we first took over the allotment it was completely overgrown and thick with brambles.
Saints' growing frustration was shown by Phil Baker who blasted a 40 yard shot high and wide of the target as Aber squeezed the space in front of Lewis to restrict Saints to long range attempts.
According to the complaint, Aber took advantage of the trust and confidence that Rooney put in him, and in the process took control of Rooney's income and finances to enrich himself and his wife, while leaving Rooney no control over or access to his finances.
Aber der Lachsindustrie droht nun ein Wasserverschmutzungsproblem in Alaska, wo man sich fur ein geplantes Bergwerk in der Bristol Bay ausgeprochen hat.
Aber Khalfan Al Hameli, Chairman of Aber Group said: "We are glad to see the construction work for most of our projects getting completed with minor delays occurring due to business hiccups beyond anybody's control.
Aber has been able to leverage its role as a supplier of rough diamonds to secure a more reliable source of the high-quality polished diamonds required by Harry Winston to support continued growth.
For instance, Aber has traveled to Poland, where there are no high-quality aerial photographs of many parts of the country.
So, in the week when next season's domestic league fixtures were published, it's not John Gregory's Lions playing in Malta, but tiny Aber looking for a place in the second round of the 1999/2000 InterToto Cup.
Aber pin their hopes on strikers Kevin Morrison and Mike Moore, but despite a battery of internationals in their ranks, Floriana are seen as underdogs - just the way Burke likes it.
NEW YORK -- Fenway Partners, a leading middle market private equity firm, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its remaining minority interest in Harry Winston to Aber Diamond Corporation (TSX: ABZ, Nasdaq: ABER) for approximately $99 million.
Aber had their chances in a hard-fought affair, but their hopes faded after having front runner Geoff Kellaway sent off 10 minutes from time.