AIMA

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AIMA

Abbr. for “Acoustical and Insulating Materials Association.”
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com)-- Clark Heintz Tools & Equipment LLC announces a new shipment of headlight aimers to their shop in Bow, NH.
He was one of the founder members of the branch, and flew as a bomb aimer on Fortresses on 214 squadron and anti-electronic and radio jamming flights over Europe.
Les parents apprenaient a leurs enfants la premiere lecon du patriotisme: comment aimer le pays en participant a sa proprete.
Aimer et mourir; love, death, and women's lives in texts of French expression.
In May 1943, George was a 21-year-old bomb aimer chosen to take part in Wing Commander Guy Gibson's much celebrated mission.
He went for pilot, navigator and bomb aimer training and in 1943 was posted to various bases, including 66 Lancaster Squadron at Kirmington near Grimsby.
Getafe moved further up the Primera Liga table after they claimed a 2-0 victory over 10-men Aimer ia in a bad-tempered match.
The aircraft was damaged by fighter attack and only one of the seven crew, bomb aimer Alwynne Powell, managed to parachute out before the bomber crashed in the village of Bobstadt five miles north of Mannheim.
A bomb aimer, Woolford managed to kick his way out of the doomed aircraft while P/O Geoff Tyler fought the controls.
Former pilot Tom Grossett vowed to trace his wartime colleagues and found navigator Rex Waller in Bruton, Somerset, and bomb aimer Maurice Webster in Southport, Merseyside.
When Monty goes to his hotel room of a night, he revealed, he pulls out his laser aimer, sticks a mirror on his putter and proceeds to probe the mysteries of the perfect aim.
Returning to France from Rio, the narrator in Aimer learns of the death of Harriet Norman, an elderly English novelist, who has named him her literary executor.