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1. audit.
2. auditor.
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The subject was a German who kept a liquor-shop aud was an inveterate drunkard.
We aud folks that be daffled, and with one foot abaft the krok-hooal, don't altogether like to think of it, and we don't want to feel scart of it, and that's why I've took to makin' light of it, so that I'd cheer up my own heart a bit.
Another man looked out of his eyes--a man whose thoughts were of violence and hatred; a man to whom there was no good in anything, and who had become an ardent protagonist of the evil that was rampant aud universal.
Bogenschutz will oversee the study on AUD. Marmar will lead the AUD and PTSD study.
The company has a balance sheet including shareholders' equity of 0.92m AUD (US USD0.63m), including net cash of 0.4m AUD (US USD 0.27m).
Data from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) showed 15.7 million Americans with AUD, affecting 6.2% of the population ages 18 years or older and 2.5% of adolescents ages 12 to 17 years.
Co-occurring AUD and PTSD is a public health concern, especially among active military service members and veterans, as well as victims of violence and sexual assault.
AUD's ratings remain constrained by the Lebanese sovereign rating (B-/Stable), and the Outlook on the bank's Long-Term IDRs mirrors that on the sovereign.
Ali Jaber, Dean of the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Media at AUD, said the first prize in both competitions will be a full scholarship at AUD MBRSC.
Dubai: The American University in Dubai (AUD) has launched a new cycle of the Investigative Journalism competition and AUD Short Film competition for 12,000 high school students, it was announced.
"Drinking norms and values have become more permissive among women, along with increases in educational and occupational opportunities and rising numbers of women in the workforce, all of which may have contributed to increased high-risk drinking and AUD in women during the past decade," the authors wrote.