AChER


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AChERAcetylcholinesterase (readthrough form, biochemistry)
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Limerick, Ireland-based Waypoint Leasing Limited has signed an agreement to lease an Airbus H145 helicopter to Acher Aviation, supporting offshore oil and gas operations, the company said.
In reply Acher team achieved the target successfully and won the final match with 5 wickets.
beaucoup plus grand que] Par ailleurs, il faut saluer la haute qualite technique de cette serie ainsi que le jeu parfait et excellent des comediens qui ont surpris plus d'un, notamment Salah Ougrout, dans le personnage du Sultan Achour El Acher, ou encore Souhila Mallem, qui campe le role de la princesse.
3) Feted in his first encounter with America as the bold nationalist/essayist Mathias Acher, his well-known nationalist pseudonym, Birnbaum had shared a stage in Greenwich Village's Webster Hall with a group as diverse as Zionist activist and Reform Rabbi Judah Magnes, Jewish socialist Chaim Zhitlovsky, Yiddish playwright Jacob Gordin and union leader Joseph Barondess, all united in their admiration for his work.
Due to ill health he was unable to attend, but he was particularly fond of the 19th English novelist, George Gissing so they bought him a biography and inscribed it to "an inspirational teS acher.
Joel Michaely, one of the actors in Celeste, recently teamed with Stuart Acher to produce romantic comedy Stuck for less than $1 million, with Madeline Zima (Californication) and Joel David Moore (Avatar) starring.
Breeze, who has worked as a PE acher in Ivybridge, admitted the roject was a major gamble.
The service takes place in Hangar 1 on November 11 and will be led by Rev (Flt Lt) Crispian Acher, station chaplain of the base, with air training cadets and RAF personnel present.
and asked students to imagine 'bonds they cannot see' (for examples of the students' mental models, see Acher, Area and Sanmarti [2007]).
By Alastair Macdonald and Gwladys Fouche; Additonal reporting by Victoria Klesty, Walter Gibbs, John Acher, Joachim Dagenborg, Camilla Knudsen and Terje Solsvik in Oslo, Richard Valdmanis and Mark John in Dakar, Alphonso Toweh and Clair MacDougall in Monrovia, Kwasi Kpodo in Accra, Yasmine Saleh in Cairo, Andrew Hammond in Dubai, Erika Solomon, Mohammed Ghobari and Ahmed Jadallah in Sanaa, Michelle Nichols in New York, Samia Nakhoul in London, Clair MacDougall in Monrovia; Writing by Alastair Macdonald; Editing by Mark Heinrich)
Additonal reporting by Victoria Klesty, Walter Gibbs, John Acher, Joachim Dagenborg, Camilla Knudsen and Alastair Macdonald in Oslo, Richard Valdmanis and Mark John in Dakar, Alphonso Toweh and Clair MacDougall in Monrovia, Yasmine Saleh in Cairo, Andrew Hammond in Dubai and Samia Nakhoul in London
Elisha ben-Abuyah, a first- and second-century rabbinic authority, was deemed acher, or "other," by his fellow rabbis after he began to believe that leading a virtuous life held no rewards.