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AST

 
Association of Surgical Technologists; aspartate transaminase.

AST

Abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase.

AST

aspartate transaminase.

AST

1 abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase.
2 abbreviation for angiotensin sensitivity test.

AST

2. Assisted reproductive technology, see there.

AST

Abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase.

AST

ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE.

AST

aspartate aminotransferase.
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Three regions--Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory--have retained advanced skills teacher schemes for government teachers since the 1990s.
The project has attracted national attention," said Anna Wolfenden, advanced skills teacher in science.
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Design and technology advanced skills teacher for Warwickshire Paul Scopes said: "It will give them an insight into how exciting hi-tech processes can be used to design and manufacture a produce as well as experiencing industrial processes.
After passing a robust national assessment, she was promoted to advanced skills teacher and seconded to mentor more than 100 John Moores university trainee teachers.
He has Advanced Skills Teacher status and a wide experience of working with children in years three to five.
Kelly, an advanced skills teacher who took a six-year career break to bring up daughter Harriett, now 31, and Edward, 29, said: "Working together has never been a problem.
St Mary's citizenship and advanced skills teacher Mike Potts said: "We have noticed a swifter delivery of lunch and it's great to be involved in a project where the school council and other pupils have been so engaged.
It leads to problems teaching if errors are reinforced - Lynne Watson, 59, an advanced skills teacher of Stockton I hadn't even noticed that it had an apostrophe, so I don't know whether people are really going to see a difference - Pat Sole, 64, a retired health and housing worker of Stockton I absolutely love apostrophes.
Parents of pupils at Hepworth Junior and Infant School attended two sessions with advanced skills teacher Natalie Dean.
Staff who achieve "outstanding" status following their training will have access to higher salaries and may progress to Advanced Skills Teacher status.
The school's advanced skills teacher and PE co-ordinator Richard Lapworth, whose nine-year-old son Joseph was in the team, said: "We have come second and third before but we've never won.

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