AEDO

AcronymDefinition
AEDOAccredited Economic Development Organization
AEDOAeronautical Engineering Duty Officer
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Aedo was one of only 25 top business executives recognized from across Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
A voz de Proteu, aedo do poema, profetizando um futuro que, para o leitor da obra, ja era passado, confere sentido a memoria e, por assim dizer, retrata seu carater providencial.
longaeva Karwinsky & Zuccarini y de otros taxones del genero naturalizados en la peninsula (Aedo 2013: 500).
Uno de estos volumenes se llama Prueba de soledad en el paisaje, y compila poemas de cuatro autores de diferentes paises latinoamericanos: Christian Aedo (Chile), Inti Garcia Santamaria (Mexico), Leandro Llull (Argentina) y Valeria Meiller (tambien Argentina).
Marisa Aedo San Juan, in charge of Human Resources, said, “Life changes the mind.
(1985: 139) recorded it from Villadangos del Paramo and AEDO & al.
One way leaders at NAVAIR plan to ensure the continuity of service and to maintain support for new capabilities is to take a more active role in educating the fleet about the aerospace engineering duty officer (AEDO) and aviation acquisition corps unrestricted line (AC URL) career paths.
Ignacio Aedo (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Prof.