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He said the new type of savings plans would be "universal, portable, simple and personal" and that if a workers' employer doesn't offer a plan, they'd "automatically" be given their own ASA.
A great deal of engineering goes into designing ASA rubber intermediates for impact, particle size, and performance characteristics that ultimately affect the final ASA refractive index.
The two countries signed the ASA in February 2004, under which, only designated carriers are allowed to fly between the 2 destinations.
A study using direct immuno-bead assay showed that ASAs do not increase significantly in infertile men with varicocele compared to infertile men without the disease.
"The ASAS private equity real estate platform is a demonstration of Abraaj Capital's commitment to its holistic alternative asset management strategy, leveraging the firm's expertise in the region with the support of a dedicated real estate investment team," said Mustafa Abdel-Wadood, Managing Director, Abraaj Capital.
This is diagnostic of an atrial septal aneurysm (ASA).
He added: "It is part of ASAs core mission to develop and offer tools that integrate GIS and SIS [Science Information Systems]."
ASAS delivers value-added functionality to ISA Server by seamlessly integrating Authenex's highly-secure two-factor authentication technology with Microsoft's remote dial-in access (RAS) and virtual private networks (VPN) solutions.
The requirement for a portable, lightweight ASAS was identified during several training events between 1998-2000.
ASAS capitalises on the opportunity resulting from the lack of institutional ownership of commercial real estate in the Gulf and wider Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, as well as the asset-heavy balance sheets of many regional companies and the severe undersupply in certain real estate sectors.
The ASAS RWS--fielded to the Army in support of G2s and 52s for more than ten years--has made great strides in adding flexibility to supporting intelligence missions worldwide by automating the intelligence "business." This workstation consists of intelligence analytical software applications and tools that focus on the intelligence processes within Army corps, divisions, and brigades.
The ASAS Master Analyst Branch's specific mission is to: