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ABER

(1) Auditory brainstem evoked response, see there.  
(2) Abduction and external rotation; see ABER positioning.

ABER

Auditory brainstem evoked response
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In 2002, Aber Instruments commissioned a tailored marketing information report from WTI that was used to focus on the potentially lucrative Korean market.
Located within a stone's throw of Rhaeadr Fawr, the famous Aber Falls waterfall, the brand's products are distilled, bottled and matured in the distillery, using ingredients from the surrounding area.
In the statement, SAMA and the UAECB expressed hope that Aber will be of local and international benefit.
James Wright, managing director at Aber Falls Whisky Distillery, said: "Snowdon is one of Wales' greatest attractions, and as far as backdrops go, I don't think you'll find one more impressive than this.
Although Saints succeeded gaining a stranglehold on possession and forced Aber to defend much deeper, they could not break the challengers' defence as precious minutes ticked away.
"I can rest and get a full night's sleep without worrying about someone walking up on me," Aber said.
Aber der Lachsindustrie droht nun ein Wasserverschmutzungsproblem in Alaska, wo man sich fur ein geplantes Bergwerk in der Bristol Bay ausgeprochen hat.
Aber Khalfan Al Hameli, Chairman of Aber Group said: "We are glad to see the construction work for most of our projects getting completed with minor delays occurring due to business hiccups beyond anybody's control.
indirekt von Mauritius vertretenen Argument, das die hofische Liebe als Ausdruck vor allem mannlicher Interessen sieht, den Sieg zu, was aber keineswegs so eindeutig zu beurteilen ware (191), weil ja das ganze Auftreten von Mauritius ans Bedenkliche, wenn nicht Absurde grenzt, was Fischer scheinbar gar nicht wahrhaben will.
The joint-venture partners (Rio Tinto subsidiary DDMI, 60%; Aber Diamond Mines, 40%) expect increasing quantities of kimberlite ore to become available in December 2002.
Lieutenant Colonel Earle Aber, of Racine, Wisconsin, died in March 1945 after his B17 Flying Fortress was accidentally hit by British guns as he flew over Clacton, Essex.
Aber, professor of earth science at Emporia State University in Emporia, Kan.