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MAA

(organic chemistry)
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MAA is a self-administered, self-managed real estate investment trust, which owns 80,846 apartment units throughout the Southeast and Southwest regions of the United States.
If the transaction closes, MAA will double its presence in Atlanta and Tampa-St.
By purposefully integrating our team members into project assignments, the value our team brings to MAA is assured, and MBE participation goals are realized.
In a statement to Bursa Malaysia on 27 April, MAA Group confirmed that he Minister of Finance of Malaysia had, by a letter from BNM dated 27 April 2016, approved the proposed disposal of its 75 per cent equity interest in MAAT to Zurich under Section 101 of the IFSA.
In that respect, MAA enjoys close links to other engineering bodies such as EEF.
The obtained contact angles of blends are much larger than the corresponding copolymers, implying that water resistance of PMMA-based copolymers was improved greatly due to the screening effect of strong hydrogen bond formed between Lewis base of MAAM and Lewis acid of MAA.
MAA Takaful was established in 2006 as a joint venture between MAA Holdings Berhad and Solidarity Company.
MAA, PA 394-106, Diaries of Gedeon Jeremie Boissevain 1834-1868, 31-12-1866.
The effect of the ratio of ZnO to MAA at various levels on tensile strength may be seen in figure 3.
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A real estate investment trust, MAA owns or has ownership interest in apartment communities in the south east and south west regions of the US.
The combined company, headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, will retain the MAA name and will trade under the existing ticker symbol "MAA" on the New York Stock Exchange.