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AAMI

Abbreviation for:
age-associated memory impairment, see there

AAMI

Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation; age-associated memory impairment.
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Sodium metabisulfite is the chemical that will aid in the reduction of chloramines (AAMI, 2004).
"That's why the AAMI has been that form of academic advising that I can go to.
She was in between three films when this role of Aami came her way.
The plan should also address sudden changes in incoming water quality (AAMI, 2014d; CMS, 2008a).
AAMI corporate affairs manager Reuben Aitchison told the City News that in the past, men had been more confident to find their own way.
Additionally, Lough says a survey of AAMI's members determined that dealing with medical device alarms is the industry's top challenge this year.
Gibraltar also maintains key affiliations with professional bodies that help set the standards which may affect GBL's clients--ISO, USP, AAMI, ASM, etc.
The 33-year-old Brisbane and Queensland captain, who will win his 53rd cap against England at AAMI Park today, was contemplating retirement from the international game 12 months ago after leading the Kangaroos to the Four Nations title at Elland Road.
Last Saturday's 24-10 loss to New Zealand in Wellington has raised the stakes for England's duel with the Kangaroos at AAMI Park, where another defeat would render their final round-robin match against Papua New Guinea in Auckland a wooden spoon decider.
England trained at the new AAMI Park this morning as coach Steve McNamara stepped up preparations for Sunday's crunch clash with the Kangaroos, who remain something of an unknown quantity for Wigan skipper O'Loughlin.
England trained at the new AAMI Park yesterday as coach Steve McNamara stepped up preparations for the clash with the Kangaroos, something of an unknown quantity for Wigan skipper O'Loughlin.