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NEC, however, has successfully developed a massive-element AAS that adopts a fully digital control system with less power and more compact conversion functions through NEC's original technology.
In this line, the most prevalent agents used by the participants were AASs (185 athletes (79.
The Marine Nationale (French Navy) 'Mistral' class AAS is the result of a bilateral cooperation between French shipbuilder DCNS and its Republic of Korea counterpart STX.
Two scores are calculated for each participant: the maximum activity score (MAS) interpreted as the highest level of energy expenditure the participant reports being capable of doing and the AAS interpreted as the best estimate of the respondent's average level of energy expenditure.
ST), an entertainment group, today announced that it has appointed Morten Aass as president and CEO of Nice Entertainment Group (previously MTG Studios), which comprises MTG's content businesses.
Numerous studies have been performed on the effects of AASs on ovarian follicles.
Praising the efforts of the Lebanese state and the Social Affairs Ministry to help Syrian refugees, Aass hoped that an agreement would be signed soon between the Lebanese and Norwegian governments to secure funds to the ministry to assist the refugees, NNA said.
NICE's Aass was adamant that "audiences will reward channels that are creative and risk taking.
aass Quizzed about whether this meant he was now able to enjoy the benefits of being in a boy band, he replied: "Absolutely".
For the reader's convenience, we quote from [8] the notion of modular forms and harmonic weak M aass forms for an arbitrary multiplier system (for more information, the reader is referred to [8]).
That set of questions is translated in Michael Goodich, Violence and Miracle, 159n19, from AASS, October 2, 49:589-90.
When local societies began to shoulder much of the burden of antislavery organization from the AASS in the wake of the financial crash of 1837, Oberlin's influence remained significant, though the school was struggling financially as well.