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Aser (ā`sər), variant of AsherAsher
[Heb.,=happy], in the Bible, tribe of Israel. Its eponym was Jacob's eighth son. It occupied the northwestern part of ancient Palestine, and its position laid Asher open to influence from other nations and attacks by them.
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(30.) Aukrust P, Berg RK, Ueland T, Aaser
E, Damas JK, Wikeby L, et al.
The Baltic population has two recruitment peaks (Kinne, 1955; Wiktor, 1961; Jansen et al., 1980; Amdt & Jansen, 1986; Rudstam et al., 1986) opposed to three generations or even more complex breeding cycles at lower latitudes (Sortie, 1981; Mauchline, 1980; Mees et al., 1994; Aaser
et al., 1995).
This is consistent with DnB NOR's announced international strategy," said Svein Aaser
, group CEO of DnB NOR.
(3.) Aukrust P, Muller F, Ueland T, Berget T, Aaser
E, Brunsvig A, et al.
Income is growing, costs decreasing and losses are low," said Svein Aaser
, CEO of DnB NOR.