ABMA

AcronymDefinition
ABMAAmerican Boiler Manufacturers Association
ABMAAmerican Bearing Manufacturers Association
ABMAArmy Ballistic Missile Agency (Huntsville, AL)
ABMAAll Burma Monks' Alliance
ABMAAmerican Brush Manufacturers Association
ABMAAmerican Board of Medical Acupuncture
ABMAAviation Boatswain's Mate Association
ABMAAntibasement Membrane Antibody
ABMAAutomated Battle Management Aids (various armed forces)
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see reference 7); Abma J, Driscoll A and Moore K, 1998, op.
adolescents, American Journal of Public Health, 2000, 90(10): 1582-1588; and Abma JC, Driscoll A and Moore K, Young women's degree of control over first intercourse: an exploratory analysis, Family Planning Perspectives, 1998, 30(1): 12-18.
fertility decisions, Family Planning Perspectives, 1994, 26(4):169-173; and Williams L, Abma J and Piccinino LJ, The correspondence between intention to avoid childbearing and subsequent fertility: a prospective analysis, Family Planning Perspectives, 1999, 31(5):220-227.
Tender notice number : GM MS TR CTO T5 EO 07 ZOOMLION DOZER ABMA
Leitenberg H and Saltzman H, A statewide survey of age at first intercourse for adolescent females and age of their mate partners: relation to other risk behaviors and statutory rape implications, Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2000, 29(3):203-215; Glei DA, Measuring contraceptive use patterns among teenage and adult women, Family Planning Perspectives, 1999, 31(2):73-80; Abma J, Driscoll A and Moore K, Young women's degree of control over first intercourse: an exploratory analysis, Family Planning Perspectives, 1998, 30(1):12-18; and Lindberg LD et al.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System is well suited for analysis of pregnancy outcomes because it collects annual, state-level data on maternal and child health, including intendedness of birth (Mosher, Jones, and Abma 2012).
Scientists at ABMA estimated the weight of five candidate materials: Refrasil-phenolic, fiberglgass-melamine, unfired ceramic, beryllium and copper to provide thermal protection for a proposed heat shield design.
Teen pregnancy rates were at an all-time high in 1990 but with the rising awareness have since fallen more than 50 percent, said Joyce Abma, a researcher at the National Center for Health Statistics, who co-authored the report with Gladys Martinez.
Psychological well-being can be increased through developing closer parental bonds (Amato & Sobolewski, 2001; van Wel, Linssen, & Abma, 2000) and physical activity such as sports (Edwards, 2006; Netz, Wu, Becker, & Tenenbaum, 2005; Pretty, Peacock, Hine, Sellens, South, & Griffin, 2007).
It stated, "The Department of Defense, the Department of the Army, and NASA, recognizing the value to the nation's space program of maintaining at a high level the present of ABMA (Army Ballistic Missile Agency), will cooperate to preserve the continuity of the technical and administrative leadership of the group.
Research indicates that caregivers of typically developing adolescents are an important source of information and can have a strong influence on teens' sexual attitudes (Diiorio, Pluhar, & Belcher, 2003; Martinez, Abma, & Copen, 2010; Miller, Benson, & Galbraith, 2001).
The ABMA provides a means to modify the L10 rating with "adjustment" factors, known as [a.