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AME

Abbreviation for:
acceptable maximum effort
alveolar mixing efficiency
annual managed expenditure (Medspeak-UK)
antimicrobial effect
aseptic meningoencephalitis
apparent mineralocorticoid excess
arcuate nucleus-median eminence
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Hoetink's article profoundly influenced the ways that subsequent scholars have discussed both the Samana Americans and the AME Church in the Dominican Republic.
Encouragingly for the manufacturer, the 2015 Iveco Daily has generated significant interest amongst AME customers, with the first of the trucks set to arrive in the region next month.
Charlie Bond |who is joining the AME and Wendy Garner of Coventry University
Further, AME will keep a net smelter royalty of 1% on the first 300,000 ounces of gold extracted from the Malian Gold Licences.
The present study indicated that the AME of captive Alpine musk deer in Xinglongshan Musk Deer Farm was 7.
Furthermore, AME is outpacing all developed regions in terms of growth in adoption of wireless technologies.
Once again, AME answered the writ by denying that it was in possession or control of any funds that were the property of Preclude.
It is also quite likely that the pilot felt secure, knowing that the responsible AME was on board with him when he took off.
Bethel AME Church, Los Angeles: $300 in February 1999 to the Friends of Mark Ridley-Thomas campaign.
Thus, Bailey, an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Redlands in California, addresses a serious pattern of omission not only in the scholarship on AME Church history, but also in African American religious and American religious historiography in general.
As we add archival items and collections to our Online Computer Library Catalog (OCLC), we are becoming more visible to researchers outside the AME church and our own alumni.