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Ames

(āmz),
Bruce N., 20th-century U.S. molecular geneticist. See: Ames assay, Ames test.
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The AMES brand is older than the country itself, and many of the values that the brand was founded upon are those that formed the backbone of America," said Eric Bernstein, Vice President, Marketing and Product Development.
The world Ames was entering was one of black hopes and virulent white resentment--a virulence that, in the early 1870s, turned repulsively violent.
The pieces are worth $4,000 to $6,000 each, Ames said.
Ames says the Golf Trail convinced the smaller courses to do so by raffling off four-packs of passes to the smaller courses.
Drawing on the history of video, photo-conceptualism, and performance, Ames and Bordwin address the notion of a man's world: hard, gray, and immutable.
NASA Ames operates a wide range of wind tunnels, including the largest in the world.
Ames prominence in the cable television industry as one of the pioneering founders of the cable modem industry.
The addition of the Fairfax location brings AMES to 56 corporate stores and 62 franchise locations.
Despite the effort to call the case a success, the disclosure of another potentially serious spy inquiry was a blow to an intelligence agency still assessing the damage from the Ames case, the worst betrayal in its nearly 50-year history.
Never mind that it was too difficult for the rookie recruiter Ames to turn a seasoned KGB officer, Wise writes: "A young first-tour officer was not expected to do much more than try.
Ennever says their data show that if these inconclusive results are eliminated, in contrast to the NIEHS findings, "the battery does indeed do better than the Ames test alone.
AMES Color-File's PACS CD Mailers provide a secure and dynamic way to deliver that data.