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AAS

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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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Many side effects have been associated with AASs misuse, including urogenital tract disorders especially chronic renal diseases17.
Experimental-setup: Five wheat varieties namely i.e., AASS, CHAKWAL, FARID, GALAXY and MIRAJ were obtained from Regional Agriculture Research Institute, (RARI) Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
The use of PEDs in sports is not a new phenomenon and dates back centuries; but it became much more popular by the introduction of AASs (1, 6).
[36.] Hjermstad MJ, Fayers PM, Haugen DF, Caraceni A, Hanks GW, Loge JH, Fainsinger R, Aass N, Kaasa S; European Palliative Care Research Collaborative (EPCRC).
Scales underestimate age for many fish (Maceina et al., 2007), including several other coregonids (Aass, 1972;Jessop, 1972; Barnes and Power, 1984; Skurdal et al., 1985; Yule et al., 2008; Herbst and Marsden, 2011).
In June 2007, the US Navy awarded Northrop Grumman a $2.4bn contract for the design and construction of the America' class AASs. The America' class ships will be replacing the original five 'Tarawa class AAS that have been progressively decommissioned since 2005, with the USS Peleliu due to retire by the end of this year.
There are several techniques to quantify intramuscular fat (IMF) content, such as: chemical analysis (FOLCH et al., 1957; BLIGH & DYER, 1959; HARA & RADIN, 1978; AOAC, 2006); ultrasound (AASS et al., 2009); electrical impedance (ALTMANN & PLIQUETT, 2006); computed tomography (LAMBE et al., 2010); nuclear magnetic resonance (SANTOS et al., 2008) and hyperspectral imaging (LIU & NGADI, 2014).
19 Mavropoulos A, Brodin P, RAlsing CK, Aass AM, Aars H.
Premier Salam received later on Norway's ambassador to Lebanon Svein Aass, with talks touching on bilateral relations.
When training the "Seventy," early agents for the AASS, Weld emphasized the sinfulness of slavery.
The Garrison-founded American Anti-Slavery Society (AASS) emerged in Boston in the 1830s amid a wave of hostility toward Irish immigrants that included convent burning, while Samuel Morse campaigned in New York City for mayor on an explicitly anti-Irish nativist ticket in 1838.