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AABBAmerican Association of Blood Banks (now known simply as AABB)
AABBAxis-Aligned Bounding Box (computer graphics)
AABBAssociação Atlética Banco do Brasil (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
AABBAll About the Backstreet Boys
AABBAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book (alcohol addiction recovery essays)
AABBArizona Association of Business Brokers, Inc.
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The focus of the campaign is to duplicate the successful acquisition model of the company's existing high-density, shallow gold mine property in Guerrero, Mexico, that had known historical gold vein structures prior to AABB's full-scale development and production expansion.
LifeSouth is a member of and accredited by the AABB. The AABB inspection for Blood Bank and Transfusion Services in 2017 resulted in zero non-conformances for the laboratories, and the most recent FDA inspection reported no 483 observations.
Ideally, the company said, the high standards of accrediting organizations such as the AABB are suited to guide and monitor the safe use of adipose-derived stem cells.
Accordingly, it is possible to move and rotate the object and the bounding volume together; however, the collision test is computationally more expensive than the AABB test (Figure 1 (c)).
Ingram's poems follow an AABB rhyme scheme popularized by English crime writer Edmund Clerihew Bentley, wherein "the first line must include the name of a well-known or ill-known person.
AABB describes its assessment process as rigorous, designed to encourage innovation and ongoing quality improvement.
Inducing mutation with [sup.60]Co [gamma]-ray was also used for tetraploid wheat breeding, but only two cultivars, Yavor (Bulgaria) and Implus (Turkey), were bred from durum wheat (AABB, 2n = 4x = 28) and different frequencies of induced mutations were observed under 100 Gy [sup.60]Co [gamma]-ray [7, 8].
Finally, its simple rhyming scheme (AABB) means it is excellent for reading aloud.
He also is a member of AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks), the International Society for Blood Transfusion, and the American Marketing Association.
Considering that about 15 million units of red cells are transfused every year in the United States, according to the AABB [formerly the American Association of Blood Banks), costs mount quickly.
In 2010, at least 382,199 relationship tests were conducted in the United States, although the total is likely higher because some labs don't submit data, according to the AABB, formerly known as the American Association of Blood Banks, which accredits relationship testing facilities.