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Definition of the noun aas
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- an associate degree in applied science
- country: India
- language: Hindi Language
- producer: Devendra Goel
- executive producer: N.C. Sippy
- art direction by D.G. Malvankar
- written by Devendra Goel & S.K. Prem
- based on a story by S. Naziruddin & Raj Rishi
- cinematography by M. Ramchandra & T.N. Shah
- edited by Raghunath Shrikhande
- music by Jaikishan Dayabhai Panchal, Shankarsingh Raghuwanshi
- genres: Musical, Romance Film, Drama, Bollywood, Musical Drama
- released in (62 years ago)
"Aas" a.k.a. "Ääs" is a musical album of Pino Masullo.
Aas a.k.a. Apalapsili Airport is an airport in Apalapsili, Indonesia.
- aas is a gene.
- also known as acyl-acyl carrier protein synthetase
- Aas a.k.a. The Asa language, commonly rendered Aasax, was spoken by the Asa people of Tanzania. The language is extinct; ethnic Assa in northern Tanzania remember only a few words they overheard their elders use, and none have ever used it themselves. Little is known of the language; what is recorded was probably Aasa lexical words used in a register of Maasai, rather like the mixed language Mbugu.
- also known as Aasax, Aasáx Language, Asax, Asak, Aasá, Asá, Il Konono, Assa, Lamanik, Aasáx
- AAS a.k.a. Fgd1 is a protein.
- read more about Fgd1
- aas is a genomic locus.
- Aas is a file format.
- Aas a.k.a. FYVE, RhoGEF and PH domain containing 1 (faciogenital dysplasia) is a gene.
- also known as faciogenital dysplasia protein, faciogenital dysplasia (Aarskog-Scott syndrome)
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AAS is the most common detector used to measure lead compounds in blood, since AAS is a lead-specific detector. The sample preparation procedure, limit of detection, accuracy, and precision of this method were not reported. Molybdenum ...
Ada in Transition (1992)
Proceedings of the 1992 Ada UK International Conference, 13-15 October 1992, London, UK by W. J. Taylor
AAS is a large and complex system built on hardware platforms consisting of IBM System 390 processors with the MVS operating system for central processing applications and IBM RS/6000 processors with the AIX operating system. AAS is to ...
by Horst Czichos, Tetsuya Saito, Leslie E. Smith
The graphite furnace AAS is a very sensitive micro-method. In recent times specific AAS spectrometers for direct electro-thermal evaporation of solid micro- samples are also available. The powdered micro-sample is directly weighed into the ...
by Miguel de la Guardia, Salvador Garrigues
F AAS is a technique that is relatively inexpensive and easy to operate with little interference.
The degree to which the participants are generally anxious about public speaking was assessed using the Audience Anxiousness Scale (AAS; Leary, 1983). The AAS is a twelve-item scale designed to assess individuals‟ anxiety about ...
Saving Women's Lives: (2005)
Strategies for Improving Breast Cancer Detection and Diagnosis by Committee on New Approaches to Early Detection and Diagnosis of Breast Cancer, National Cancer Policy Board, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, Institute of Medicine, Institute of Medicine and National Research Council
aAs is the case throughout the report, “technology” is used in its broadest sense to include imaging devices, biologically based approaches (such as ...
by Jack Cazes
For example, Dns-DL-AAs, baclofen and its analogs, mephenytoin and fenoldopam, naphthalene-2,3-dicarboxaldehyde derivatized DL-AAs (CBI-DL- AAs), diclofensine, ephed- rine, nadolol, and other p-blockers, and binaphthyl- related ...
by Julius E. Thompson, James L. Conyers Jr., Nancy J. Dawson
The African Aid Society (AAS) was a British organization advocating for legal commerce with Africa. The AAS began in Great Britain on July 17, 1860, as the brainchild of Reverend Theodore Bourne, then the corresponding secretary of the ...
Drugs in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law [3 volumes] (2014)
An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law by Nancy E Marion, Willard M. Oliver
Moreproperly designated as anabolicandrogenic steroids(AAS) because oftheir bodybuilding (anabolic) and masculinizing (androgenic) effects, steroids are synthetic versionsof the malesex hormone testosterone thatare illicitlyusedby, among ...
by Robert Jean Campbell
anabolic-androgenic steroids AAS; synthetic derivatives of testosterone, which has skeletal muscle-building (anabolic) and masculinizing ( androgenic) effects. The AAS have legitimate medical uses, among them to promote ...
by Rosalinda T. Lagua, Virginia Serraon Claudio
Arginine, cysteine, glutamine, taurine and tyrosine, are conditionally essential AAs. Dibasic AA. Amino acid that has a second nitrogen atom. Examples are lysine, arginine, and histidine. Dispensable AA. See Nonessential AA. Essential AA ...
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Scrabble value of A1A1S1
The value of this 3-letter word is 3 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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