AE

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AcronymDefinition
AEAfter Effects (Adobe software)
AEAmerican Eagle
AEAmerican Express
AEAuto Exposure
AEArchitecture Engineering
AEUnited Arab Emirates (Internet TLD)
AEAerosol
AEAcoustic Emission
AEAmerican Eagle Outfitters
AEAmerican English
AEAccount Executive
AEApplication Entity
AEAdverse Event
AEAssociate Editor
AEAerospace Education
AEAerial
AEAdverse Event (clinical trials)
AEArchitectural Engineering
AEAnything Else?
AEArmed Forces Middle East (used with APO/FPO)
AEArmed Forces Africa (used with APO/FPO)
AEArmed Forces Canada (used with APO/FPO)
AEAmerican Eagle (clothing brand)
AEAmerican Eagle (amusement park ride)
AEAgricultural Engineering (various schools)
AEAlzheimer Europe
AEArcade Edition (gaming)
AEAntiepileptic
AEAcademic Edition (Microsoft)
AEAuto-Entrepreneur (France)
AEAlbert Einstein
AEAdvanced Energy (various locations)
AEAdverse Effect
AEAction Express (pistol cartridge)
AEAbove or Equal
AEAerobic Exercise
AEAcute Exacerbation
AEAdvanced Edition (software; various companies)
AEAdaptive Equipment (palliative care)
AEArchitect-Engineer (also abbreviated A-E)
AEAbove Elbow (amputation)
AEAlmost Everywhere (mathematics)
AEAlternative Education
AEAdult Entertainment
AEAdvanced Exchange
AEAssociated Equipment (EMC testing)
AEAutechre (band)
AEAdditional Entry (USPS)
AEArch Enemy (band)
AEAir Europa
AEAmerican Enterprise (various organizations)
AEAge Equivalent
AEAeronautical Engineering
AEApplication Engineer
AEAeromedical Evacuation
AEAssistant Engineer
AEApplication Engineering
AEAngstrom Exponent (physics)
AEAlso Eligible (horse racing)
AEAmmunition Ship
AEAuxiliary Equipment
AEArbeitseinheit
AEAutomation Equipment
AEMandarin Airlines (IATA airline code)
AEAustralian English
AEAcoustic Engineer
AEAppleEvent (inter-application communications for Macintosh OS)
AEAnaheim Electronics (Gundam anime)
AEApplication Environment
AEArea of Effect (gaming)
AEAddress Extension (Sprint)
AEApplicant Entity
AEAccident & Emergency
AEAtomic Emission
AEAir Evacuation
AEAnalog Equipment
AEAge Exploration
AEAllegheny Energy, Inc.
AEAdaptive Enterprise (HP)
AEApplication Engineers
AEAccredited Editor (Institute of Professional Editors)
AEAccount Entity
AEAcrodermatitis Enteropathica (zinc deficiency)
AEAviation Electrician's Mate (US Navy)
AEApplied Entomology
AEArticles Editor (law review)
AEAfter Earth (Titan A.e.)
AEArithmetic Expression
AEApplied Electronics (IEEE conference)
AEAnalytical Equipment
AECorps of Australian Engineers
AEAlveolar Echinococcosis
AEArcane Explosion (gaming, World of Warcraft)
AEAir Escape (technical drawings)
AEApplication Execution
AEAvian Encephalomyelitis (poultry viral disease)
AEAggregate Expenditures (economics)
AEAssociated Electrics, Inc (radio controlled cars)
AEApproved Equal
AEArchitectural Engineer
AEAir Entry
AEAnion Exchange Protein
AEApplications Environment
AEAnsaldo Energia
AEAction Entry
AEAuto Estrada (Motorway)
AEAmmunition & Explosives
AEAcela Express (Amtrak train service)
AEAntenna Electronics
AEAttestation d'Études (French: Certification Study)
AEAccuracy of Estimation
AEAdaptive Equalizer
AEArchitect Evangelist (Microsoft)
AEAdjoint d'Enseignement (French: Teaching Assistant)
AEAhorristas Estafados (Paraguay)
AEAssault Echelon
AEAuroral Electrojet index
AEAcclaim Entertainment, Inc.
AEAtmospheric Explorer
AEASCII Express
AEAir Efficiency Award (RAF)
AEArgument from Evil (philosophy)
AEAustralian Encephalitis
AEAccount Engineer
AEArmoured Engineer (US DoD)
AEAngled End
AEAtlantic Engineering and Survey Consultants (Georgetown, MA)
AEArithmetic Element
AEArmy Experiment
AEAlternate Editor (software utility)
AEAero Postale (clothing manufacturer)
AEApportioned Effort
AEAmtrak Express (railroad)
AEAccess Enforcer (SAP GRC Access Control Product)
AEAptitude Area
AEArmies In Europe (used with APO/FPO)
AEAnaplasma and Eperythrozoon
AEAlgorithm Enable
AEAttenuation Equalizer
AEAscent/Entry
AEActive Enhancement
AEActive Emission
AEArchitect and Engineering Firm
AEAcquisition Economics
AEAcceptance Equipment
AEAllegheny & Eastern (railroad)
AEAuroral Electroject (geomagnetic index)
AEAgricultural Engineer/Agricultural Engineering
AEAuxiliary Explosive (US Navy ammunition ship designation)
AEAlpha Elites (gaming)
AEAngströmeinheit
AEAttitude Ephemeris
AEAvian Encephalomalacia (Vitamin E Deficiency)
AEAkademia Economiczna (Polish)
AEAssociação Escolar (Portuguese: School Association)
AEAmplifier Extender (FS-1037c)
AEAssigned Evaluator
AEAnchor Site East
AE(USN Rating) Aviation Electrician's Mate
AEAutomotive Extrication (emergency & rescue services)
AEAerospace Engineers/Aerospace Engineering
AEAfrican Enterprise Ltd (New South Wales, Australia)
AEAcquisition Engineer/Executive
AEActivity End Invocation (ITU-T)
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Adjusted aggregate expenditures for smokeless tobacco marketing across all advertising and promotional categories was $191.
The aggregate expenditures made by the REIT, or any partner of the REIT, within the two-year period preceding the sale of the property that are includible in the basis of the property do not exceed 30% of the property's sales price;
For purposes of presentation the aggregate expenditures for the study sample have been multiplied by 10 to produce national program estimates.
According to the terms of the contract, Amarium will acquire 100 percent ownership of the Jovita Mine for aggregate expenditures of USD6.
Under the terms of the Agreement, Dowa has the option to earn a 49% interest in the Project by making aggregate expenditures of US$22,000,000 over a four year period.
Equation (8) suggests that the net impact of currency depreciation on equilibrium output depends on whether the positive effect of increased net exports would be greater than the negative effects of reduced aggregate expenditures due to the increased real interest rate made by the central bank in Taiwan.
Accordingly, a nonlinear empirical specification is adopted with higher-order terms of aggregate expenditures (as GDP%) and the maintenance share included as explanatory variables.
In another study examining Miami-Dade County, Becker and Dluhy (1998) find no evidence of economies when focusing on aggregate expenditures but when specific services are examined, they find some, limited evidence for lower costs with larger jurisdictions.
In particular, the interviews asked the aggregate expenditures (for licensed resources) for the top twenty-five individual academic and public libraries (exclusive of consortia and statewide licensing agreements).
3 percentage points greater than the comparator groups in aggregate expenditures, while they had a shortfall of 1.
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