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AAS

abbr.
Associate in Applied Sciences
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Noun1.AAS - an associate degree in applied scienceAAS - an associate degree in applied science
associate degree, associate - a degree granted by a two-year college on successful completion of the undergraduates course of studies
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In the form of AAS, increased muscle strength and power are not the only benefits consumers may see.
"The number of such satellites is projected to grow into the tens of thousands over the next several years, creating the potential for substantial adverse impacts to ground- and space-based astronomy," the AAS said in a statement.
(2001), el AAS al hidrolizarse en medio acuoso o al ser metabolizado por esterasas genera acido acetico y acido salicilico (AS).
To the best of our knowledge, there is no scientific data on the effect of nanoemulsified AAs in casein expression.
The most common of the former are urine analysis and/or blood analysis, whereas the indirect ones are the indicators derived from the formula of the Fat-Free Mass Index (FFMI; Kouri, Pope, Katz, & Oliva, 1995), which provide information about the level of a person's lean muscle mass, and whether this level has been achieved by the use of AAS.
'I find the proposal to include the three bodies as workable,' Liew told reporters after meeting AAS members here.
Aas failed to meet required payments called margin calls to Nasdaq to insure against losses on Tuesday.
(b) 0.0125 M Ba[Cl.sub.2] through a leaching column (4 g: 200 mL) for a period of 16-24 h (Abbott 1985), with an AAS finish, abbreviated as 'Ba', and
The 60-year-old patient ignored medical advice to stop using AAS prior to a weightlifting competition.
Cubic's strengthened ISR services will provide a robust AAS ISR platform with a highly expeditionary footprint to satisfy the increasing demand for ISR.