AE2


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AE2

A monoclonal antibody that recognises 56.5 kD and 65–67 kD keratins located on the suprabasal layer of keratinised epithelium.
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My "clarification" with the other AE2 went something like this: "When I give you the signal to fold the wings, put the switch in fold.
"The new Advantage 100 system and AE2 Advantage engine provide a whole new group of customers access to Cognex products," said Cognex vice president and business unit manager for vision software and sensors, Joerg Kuechen.
"The discovery that a distant relative of mine captained the AE2 led me to find out about the fate of the sister submarine, AE1, Captain Thomas Besant and the fact it was captained by a Liverpool man named Thomas Besant.
Four of AE2's crew died in camps in Turkey at Belemedik and Bozanti in the Taurus Mountains where they were forced to work building a rail line to link Berlin to Baghdad via Constantinople.
Stoker C Suckling, who died in 1983, aged 92, was the last of the AE2 to die; his latter years were blind caused by the beatings to his head as a prisoner of the Turks.
I did not see the discharge, but the AE2's facial expression indicated something significant had happened.
I wasn't surprised when another AE2 asked me to help him with an op check of the pilot's caution-advisory panel.
If 115 VAC, 35 amps can turn a steel screwdriver into slag, that amount of power almost certainly is enough juice to turn an AE2 into a corpse.
I checked to make sure the AE2 in the cockpit was ready and made one more safety check of the aircraft.
Before I could finish my daydreams, the shop supervisor assigned an easy five-minute job to an AE2 and me.
The AE2 handed me a fuel-management panel and told me to tell him when I had the two cannon plugs hooked up.