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AAS

atomic absorption spectroscopy.
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The rig has moved and has started drilling well AASE-11X which is intended as a producer for the AASE field as part of the overall plan to improve the productivity of the NW Gemsa accumulations."
Table 1 indicates that both length of time and reciprocal responsibility were significant predictors of AASE scores.
More than 3,500 people list affiliations with Mayo Clinic on Facebook, Aase says, and the clinic has its own YouTube channel and a community blog/forum called Sharing Mayo Clinic on its Web site (sharing.mayoclinic.org).
n: numero de pontos interpolados (para a o estudo o n = 7.500 pontos); [P.sub.ipad] : produtividade de referencia no ponto i (para o estudo, a produtividade de referencia e a grade AASE 128 krigagem); [P.sub.jk]: produtividade no ponto i para o metodo de amostragem j (j = 1, 2, 3); j = 1: AASE 128; j=2: AASE 64; e j=3: AASE 32 e o interpolador k (k= 1, 2, 3, 4); k=1: krigagem; k=2: inverso da distancia ao quadrado; k=3: inverso da distancia; k=4: polinomial.
Neither Microsoft or Oracle is listed in the AASE's membership roster, which boasts names of entities such as the Information Industry Association and the Ben Franklin Technology Center of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Research has shown that this grass shelterbelt system reduces ground windspeeds (Aase and Siddoway 1974), controls soil erosion (Aase et al.
Kristian Aase, who is with USDA'S Agricultural Research Service in Sidney, Montana.
But Borch's sudden death forced Aase and Sandmo to simply insert many of the published articles of Borch "as is" in the relevant chapters.
Release date- 13082019 - Linda Litlekalsoy Aase, executive vice president, brownfield projects at Aker Solutions, today purchased 4,000 shares in Aker Solutions ASA at an average price of NOK 25.60 per share.
In 2015 she become one of the first athletes to join the inaugural BWB AASE Scheme (Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence), studying the theory behind wheelchair basketball as well as undertaking on-court training.
The back row forward is entering his second year at the Newcastle Falcons' AASE scheme at Gosforth Academy, having previously played at Blyth Academy.
In recent years he has played for Midland's U16s, England Lions U16s, Leicester U18s, Wyggeston AASE, Leicester A and - in 2016 - England U18s/U19s.