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AACHArlington-Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless (est. 1985; Arlington, VA)
AACHAmerican Academy on Communication in Healthcare
AACHAsian American Church of Houston (Houston, TX)
AACHAtlanta Advanced Communications Holdings Limited (Marietta, GA)
AACHAmerican Academy of Clinical Homeopathy (Conyers, GA)
AACHAtypical Alveolar Cell Hyperplasia
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I believed that I was a very good communicator, so I was not sure I would learn much from participating in a required day-long session designed by the AACH.
In a typical synthesis of AACH precursors, 0.1 mmol of polyglycol (PEG)-20000 or polyglycol (PEG)-2000 was dissolved in 8mL deionized water to form a transparent solution, to which 15.0 g of Al[(N[O.sub.3]).sub.3] x 9[H.sub.2]O (Merck, 98.5%) was added under vigorous stirring.
And the globe-trotting teenager was also on top form in Aach, Germany.
The pair also recently won the Grand Prix at Norton Heath and were members of the winning Nations Cup Team in Aach as well as winning the Grand Prix.
David Aach was brought on as chief operating officer (COO) in 2003, bringing more than 25 years of mortgage technology and sales experience, including stints at Corillian Corporation and Citicorp Mortgage.
Among these are differences in low-end sensitivity, dynamic range, and linearity (Aach et al.
The electronic-game craze of the '80s uncovered a new crop of young, local entrepreneurs, including 20-somethings Susan Aach and Val Perez.
She was inspired when she saw Sunday Night At The London Palladium game show Beat The Clock on Dutch TV under the name Een Van De Aach (One From Eight).
Blaese says tests indicate the engineered cells, which live in the girl's circulation for at least three weeks after aach infusion, may have a survival advantage over ADA-crippled cells -- a finding researchers had hope to see.
She leaves her grandchildren, Lisa Aach & Jeff of Haverhill; David Skoczylas of Ayer; Jeff Borus & Patricia of Auburn; Jennifer Knipe & Adam of Barre; Emily Lenard, and Kenneth Lenard, both of Princeton; 6 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, and many dear friends.