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AS

 (L.)
au´ris sinis´tra (left ear).
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As

Symbol for arsenic.
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As

The profile area of a slab-sectioned corpuscle or nucleus, a quantity measurable by image cytometry.

AS

Abbreviation for:
absence seizure
absence of seizures
accessory spleen
acoustic schwannoma
acoustic stimulation
active surveillance
acute stress
Adams-Stokes
adenosquamous carcinoma
adult services
allele specific
Alport syndrome
ambulatory surgery
anabolic steroid
anal sphincter
anaphylactic shock
androgen suppression
angiosarcoma
anionic surfactant
ankylosing spondylitis
anovulatory syndrome
anterior scalene
anteroseptal
antisense
antiserum
aortic stenosis
arteriosclerosis
artificial sweetener
asbestos
ascending aorta
Ascaris suum
ascorbic acid
aseptic meningitis
asparagine synthetase
Asperger syndrome
assisted suicide
Associate of Science
Associate Specialist (Medspeak-UK) 
atherosclerosis
atrial septum
atropine sulphate
attempted suicide
audiogenic seizure
audiovisual stimulation
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As

Symbol for arsenic
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Table 1 presents Pearson product moment correlations used to determine the significance of relationships between ASES scores, AD scores, educational level (EL), age, and length of disability (LD).
Table 2 presents the multiple regression analysis used to determine significance between the variables of ASES, AD, Age, and length of disability (LD).
ASE's 'BBB' ratings will be based on the consolidated credit profile of the Holdco.
- Successful completion of the establishment and listing of the Holdco by end-May 2018 at the terms of the joint statement announced by both ASE and SPIL on 30 June 2016.
Yet while the strategy of ASE in South Australia could never have been called mobilisational, the description of 'arbitrationist' simply does not do justice to its approach to industrial relations.
If the ASE in South Australia doesn't fit neatly into Bramble's typology it conforms well enough to ideas suggested by other industrial relations scholars, most obviously Margaret Gardner and Gill Palmer, who claim that amongst unions, 'consciously articulated and planned strategies are not common' and that 'there is little long-term or systematic planning of industrial activities'.
* An esthetic approach to check if ASE formulated in a foundation can improve the hold of the make-up over time in comparison with a placebo formula.
Commodity management of ASE also creates an opportunity for the planned leveraging of technology across multiple future platforms.
In earlier, nonintegrated ASE architectures, the detectable modes (i.e., RF and laser) of such a system were individually (and potentially ineffectively) countered; the ASE black boxes provided no information sharingAnalysis of the entire threat system is necessary because a combination of information from different sensors often holds the key to resolving ambiguities and correctly identifying the multispectral threat.
If the proposed cooperation proceeds, ASE's ratings are likely to be based on the consolidated credit profile of the holding company, given the strong financial, operating and strategic linkages between ASE and the holding company.
Dunedin has also attracted significant historical research into issues of work, class and politics for the same period covered in this article and, although those analyses have tended to exclude the ASE, the existing research provides a useful point of comparison for assessing the social position of the skilled in the metal trades.
At the outset of Desert Shield, most Army aircraft were either without sufficient ASE assets or were equipped with older and less-capable systems.