Aten


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Aten

[′ä‚ten]
(astronomy)
The first asteroid found to have a period less than that of the earth, 346.93 days, with an orbital eccentricity of 0.19.
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With close to a decade of channel marketing experience, Milosevich joined ATEN Technology, Inc.
BGC International, Inc., an Aten Coin promotions company, plans investments in many different companies, with all profits related to investments paid back using Aten coins.
Clearly, like Martin Luther who came centuries later, Akhnaten, also cleared away the priests and their thousand deities, (bad move) leaving a vacuum conveniently filled by the sun god Aten who displaced all others, although Kemp argues that beneath the surface the people worshipped their old gods, in spite of official diktats demanding otherwise.
Furthermore, the diseased TGF-[beta] signalling pathway was down-regulated by his sunshine worshipping of Aten. In this way, he indeed received physical and spiritual beneficence from his god, which strengthened his faith in Aten despite considerable political, religious and social pressures.
These switches allow corporations to minimize travel costs and Mean Time to Repair, and to ensure the highest availability of data center services possible," said Kevin Chen, President of ATEN International.
Aten, economist at the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), has calculated estimates of experimental price deflators for 2005 that may be used to adjust price level differences across 363 metropolitan areas and across all states and the District of Columbia.
WHEN PHARMACEUTICAL companies want to conduct clinical trials to see if specific drugs or treatments will relieve certain symptoms, her company, Aten Solutions Inc., finds the staff to make it happen.
"Meijer has been a leader in providing exceptional support to their Guard and Reserve employers," said Gary Aten, executive director of the Michigan ESGR committee for ESGR.
Worldwide Computer Products News-23 January 2007-New rackmount LCD KVM switches launched by ATEN Technology(C)1995-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
ATEN Technology, Inc., Irvine, Calif., an innovator of high- quality KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) and remote connectivity solutions to manage servers and other network devices, has addressed the issue of remote management for SMBs that need enterprise-level remote KVM access to control server and network resources from disparate offices.
Their latest title, "Madhaven" by co-authors Brandon Aten and Taylor White (both of whom are experienced gamers in their own right) is the 29th title in the 'Rifts World Book' series.
Return To Aten by Lynn Sinclair is the tale of Jodi and her return with her cat Chowder to her hometown of Aten.