AMAO

AcronymDefinition
AMAOannual measurable achievement objective
AMAOAdvanced Missions Analysis Office
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10 Amao, O.B., Ettang, D., Okeke-Uzodike, U., andTugizamana, C, "Revisiting the Utility of the Early Warning and Early Response Mechanisms in Africa: Any Role for Civil Society" Peace and Conflict Review, 8(1).(2014).
From Africa, South Africa's Mostafa Asal; and Nigerians Adewale Amao and Moses Durosinmi were present.
Thus, the reduction of the Q-band intensity is a sensitive measure for dye concentration and has been extensively used in optical sensing applications (Zhuo et al., 2004 and Amao et al., 2000).
Amao, a 36 foot long crocodile that is kept in a croc sanctuary owned by a boy Xiao's father, is sold to a gangster under pressure.
Amao, "Effect of different vegetable protein sources on growth and laying performance of Japanese Quails (Coturnix Coturnix Japonica) in a derived Savannah zone of Nigeria," World Applied Sciences Journal, vol.