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AESOP

Abbreviation for:
Automated Endoscopic System for Optimal Positioning
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The 12 chosen prints were first seen as illustrations in landmark volumes including A General History of Quadrupeds, first published in 1790, A History of British Birds (1797) and Bewick's The Fables of Aesop and Others, which came out in 1818.
Aesop Agency has yet to release photos of how the logo will look on Murray's bags and shirts.
Once NetSuite OneWorld is deployed, the next phase for Aesop is to explore possible ecommerce and POS opportunities with NetSuite, which can allow the company to run its omnichannel commerce business on NetSuite's single unified platform.
We like the industrial feel of the wood floors and the exposed ceilings," said Giovanni Lepori, general manager Americas and president of Aesop.
Although Aesop often made Xanthus look foolish, he also provided assistance to Xanthus in his bid to escape a number of problems that emerged because of his lack of intelligence and practical wisdom, with the constant goal of obtaining his own freedom.
The pouch is filled with skincare products from Aesop.
I owe a lot of the fire and the way I write rhymes to Asia, 'cause when I met him I was writing a little more complex, more like Aesop Rock, The style I was doing was only for the listeners, and people that could understand what the fuck I was trying to say.
The selected literature included retellings of fables originally written by Aesop, folklore from Africa, and textbook instruction describing the characteristics of fables.
Arthur Schwartz, president of Aesop, which also produces non-leather shoes and accessories, says, "Many people are interested but need more exposure" to the options that exist.
Actually, when you take its robotic precision and stability into account, you're probably luckier with AESOP than a human surgeon.
Watts, Bernadette THE LION AND THE MOUSE: An Aesop Fable.
The man told him, and Aesop replied, "I'm glad you did it privately.