ASE


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ASE

abbr.
American Stock Exchange

ASE

or A.S.E.,

American Stock Exchange.

-ase

a suffix used in the names of enzymes: oxidase.
[extracted from diastase]
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Signs of maturing too rapidly--of outgrowing her strength, as the phr ase went--had made their appearance in Sir Joseph's daughter during the spring.
The metal trades unions' attacks on the ASE and the Left's attempts to finally bring about amalgamation were a prelude to a persistent campaign by Communists in South Australia in the mid and late 1940s to wrest control of the ASE from union officials whom they considered far too willing to cooperate with rather than confront employers.
Prince Sultan Ibn Salman is the first Saudi Astronaut and a founding member of ASE.
ASE will finish the construction of two units, stopped in the 1990s due to economic reasons, that is at 75 percent and 28 percent complete respectively.
Greek banks led gains in the ASE Index today with the nation's four largest lenders all surging more than 9 percent.
1 shows the schematic of proposed system with an EDFA generating broadband ASE. ASE-source can have also GFF (Gain Flattering Filter), which leads to the rise of attenuation, but from another point of view it flattens the power spectrum of all the channels (Fig.
The 7,200km ASE system will link Japan, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Singapore, and will also be connected to Malaysia and potentially to China, as well as other Southeast Asian countries.
ASE is a provider of semiconductor manufacturing services in assemby and test and generated sales revenues of USD2.6bn in 2009, according to the company.
The price of BoC shares surged on the ASE following the bank's inclusion in an international share index operated by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI).
This record for Sybase ASE 15 and the 4-core IBM POWER6 processor-based Power 550 marks the second record-setting configuration on Linux by Sybase and IBM(2).
"As a result, ASE is looking to recruit new workers over the next few months, a refreshing change from the numerous tales of job cuts and business closures which currently abound."
Barclays Capital, the investment arm of Barclays Bank (LSE: BARC), has announced that it has completed capital securitisation from Aegon Scottish Equitable (ASE), the UK division of Netherlands-based insurer, Aegon.