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- åse a.k.a. Åse is a village in Andøy municipality, Nordland county, Norway. It is located along the Norwegian County Road 82 on the southeastern coast of the island of Andøya, along the Andfjorden. The village of Å lies about 5 kilometres to the north, and the villages of Bjørnskinn and Risøyhamn lie about 8 kilometres to the southwest. The 0.41-square-kilometre village has a population of 279, giving the village a population density of 680 inhabitants per square kilometre.
- also known as Ase, Nordland; Åse, Nordland
- part of Norway
- åse a.k.a. Aspen–Pitkin County Airport, also known as Sardy Field, is a county-owned public-use airport located three nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Aspen, in Pitkin County, Colorado, United States.
- åse a.k.a. Ase is a town on the shores of the Ase Creek, off River Niger in Ndokwa East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. The Ase Creek derives its name from Ase town. Ase shares common boundaries with Ibedeni, Aviara, Uzere, Patani and Trofani. In the colonial era, Ase served as the commercial and administrative Headquarters for the colonial administrators. Relics of colonial presence still dot the landscape. John Holt and UAC are some of the companies that had trade offices in Ase. The town is made up of descendants from Ndokwa speakers who have intermarried with the Isokos and Ijaws over the years. The Ase dialect of the Ndokwa language is spoken by the Ase people. The Ase people are of the same ancestral origin with Asazaga, Asemonite, and Aseomuku.
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åse a.k.a. Aase Tarp is a makeup artist.
- also known as Aase
- born on (93 years ago) in Denmark
- nationality: Denmark
- profession: Makeup artist
- Marriage with Svend Erik Tarp
- parent of Lotte Tarp
- died on (20 years ago) in Denmark
- åse a.k.a. Aase is a fictional character, theater character, film character created by Henrik Ibsen.
- åse a.k.a. Åse is a fictional character from Hard asfalt.
"åse" a.k.a. "The Weapon" is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Val Guest. It was made by Republic Pictures. Its themes were originally explored in the 1951 British film, The Yellow Balloon.
- also known as Ase, Efterlyst, Im Schatten der Angst, L'arma del delitto, Mordvapnet, O Seu Primeiro Crime, To kynigi tou oplou
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- directors: Val Guest & Hal E. Chester
- producers: Frank Bevis & Hal E. Chester
- art direction by John Stoll
- written by Hal E. Chester & Fred Freiberger
- cinematography by Reginald Wyer
- edited by Peter Rolfe Johnson
- music by James Stevens
- genre: Thriller
- released in (59 years ago)
- åse a.k.a. American Sign Language is the predominant sign language of deaf communities in the United States and English-speaking parts of Canada. Besides North America, dialects of ASL and ASL-based creoles are used in many countries around the world, including much of West Africa and parts of Southeast Asia. ASL is also widely learned as a second language, serving as a lingua franca. ASL is most closely related to French Sign Language. It has been proposed that ASL is a creole language, although ASL shows features atypical of creole languages, such as agglutinative morphology.
- also known as ASL, Ameslan, The Language Of The Deaf
- åse a.k.a. Ase is a Yoruba concept that signifies the power to make things happen and change. It is given by Olodumare to everything - gods, ancestors, spirits, humans, animals, plants, rocks, rivers, and voiced words such as songs, prayers, praises, curses, or even everyday conversation. Existence, according to Yoruba thought, is dependent upon it.
- åse a.k.a. -ase: The suffix -ase is used in biochemistry to form names of enzymes. The most common way to name enzymes is to add this suffix onto the end of the substrate, e.g. an enzyme that breaks down peroxides may be called peroxidase; the enzyme that produces telomeres is called telomerase. Sometimes enzymes are named for the function they perform, rather than substrate, e.g. the enzyme that polymerizes DNA into strands is called polymerase; see also reverse transcriptase.
- åse a.k.a. ASE is a recurring event, conference series.
- åse a.k.a. Ase is a file format.
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A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, ... To which is Prefixed, a Prosodial Grammar. By Thomas Sheridan .. The Sixth Edition (1796)
Doorcafe, dö'r-kåse. f. The frame in which the door is inclosed. Doorkeeper, dö'r- ke-pür. f. Porter; one who keeps the entrance of a houfe. Doquet, dök"-it. f. A paper containing a Warrant. Dormant, då'r-månt. a. Sleeping; in a fleeping posture ...
One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard Pronunciation. : To which is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar by Thomas Sheridan
To faften by anchors To be fixed, to be MOOT CASE or Point, mỗ't-kåse. f. A point or cafe unfettled and difputable. MOOTED, mở t-id. a.
by John Walker
the act of tearing up by the root, destruction Erase, b-råse'. v. a. to destroy Erasement, *- räse'mént. s. destruction Ere, Åre. ad. before, soonor than Erelong, Are-lông'. ad.
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