AAT


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AAT

Abbrev. for Anglo-Australian telescope.
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The AAT will be the world's first self-flying taxi service, andis expectedbe operational in the emirate under Dubai's Road and Transport Authority (RTA) within the next five years.
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan was briefed about the integration of the AAT with public transport systems such as the Dubai Metro, Dubai Tram, public buses, marine transit modes and taxis.
Over the next five years, the two-seater AAT will undergo test flights and safety checks while the RTA and Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) will be working on rules and regulations for the new transport system.
The minister holds an unchallengeable authority to overrule the decisions of the AAT in visa cases on character grounds.
In affirming ASIC's decision, the AAT said that 'the behaviour of Mr O'Sullivan has fallen below the standard that is expected and required of a public company director.
North Shropshire College offers Level 2 , 3 and 4 of the AAT Accounting Qualification, classroom based on one evening each week.
It also delivers AAT qualifi-cations at its Ashington, Berwick and Hexham campuses.
An elevated plasma AAT level has been widely confirmed in the setting of AMI and acute coronary syndrome (ACS); [sup][4],[5],[6] however, data regarding this marker in SAP patients are limited.
Researchers from the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) at Boston University and Boston Medical Center (BMC) worked for several years to create iPSC from patients with and without AAT deficiency.
Mark Farrar, AAT chief executive, said: "SMEs are the backbone of British businesses but some are being weakened by a hidden tax burden.
And the move will also allow distance learners studying for AAT qualications to carry out their assessments in the Coventry oce.
To ensure that Native Hawaiian and Filipino students are well-represented in the AAT program, partnerships with local high schools and community groups in underserved areas were specifically developed for recruitment.