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AEAArea Education Agency
AEAAmerican Evaluation Association (Fairhaven, MA)
AEAAmerican Electronics Association
AEAAmerican Economic Association (since 1885; Nashville, Tennessee)
AEAApplied Economic Analysis
AEAAgricultural Extension Agent
AEAAlabama Education Association
AEAAssociation of European Airlines
AEAActors' Equity Association
AEAAtomic Energy Act
AEAAquatic Exercise Association
AEAAlpha Epsilon Alpha (fraternity chapter)
AEAAircraft Electronics Association
AEAAcute Ethanol Administration
AEAAcquired Epileptic Aphasia (disease)
AEAAlaska Energy Authority
AEAAtomic Energy Agency
AEAArizona Education Association
AEAAdvanced Encryption Algorithm
AEAAssociation Excellence Awards (National Association of Home Builders)
AEAAtomic Energy Authority
AEAArkansas Education Association (est. 1869)
AEAAustralian Export Awards (Sydney, Australia)
AEAAudio Engineering Associates
AEAAmerican Emu Association
AEAAirborne Electronic Attack
AEAAdvanced Extension Award (UK education)
AEAAmerican Electrology Association
AEAAssociação Brasileira de Engenharia Automotiva (Brazil)
AEAAerial Experiment Association
AEAAmerican Engineering Association
AEAAdvanced Encryption Standard
AEAAcademic Excellence Alliance (Saudi Arabia)
AEAAdult Education Association
AEAAutoerotic Asphyxiation
AEAAgenzia Europea per l’Ambiente (Italy)
AEAAir Entraining Agent
AEAAmerican Escrow Association (national trade association of settlement industry professionals)
AEAAdoption Exchange Association
AEAAssociation d'Econométrie Appliquée (French: Applied Econometrics Association)
AEAArmy Engineer Association
AEAArmy Enterprise Architecture
AEAActual Expense Allowance
AEAAustralian Esperanto Association
AEAAssociation des Elèves Avocats (French: Association of Student Lawyers; est. 1990)
AEAAssociation Européenne des Avocats (French: European Association of Lawyers; Alicante, Spain)
AEAAirline Entertainment Association (est. 1979)
AEAAlternative Exam Arrangement (various schools)
AEAAmerican Entrepreneurs Association
AEAActual Expense Authorization
AEAAlternative Examination Arrangement
AEAAcquisition Engineering Agent
AEAApparent Efficiency of Absorption
AEAAlternate Energy Association (Southwestern Ohio)
AEAAbove Elbow Amputation
AEAAutomotive Electric Association
AEAAerospace Employees' Association (The Aerospace Corporation)
AEAAdiabatic Electron Affinity
AEAAmerican Education Association (also seen as AmEdu)
AEAAcoustic Emission Analysis
AEAAg Electronics Association
AEAAerospace Education Alliance
AEAAbort Electronics Assembly
AEAAircraft Engineers Association
AEAAgricultural Engineers Association Ltd. (UK)
AEAAerospace Education Academy
AEAAccountancy Executive Appointments (recruiting agency)
AEAAccounting Education Australia
AEAAutomatic Error Analysis
AEAAnnuaire des Entreprises d'Alsace (French: Alsace Business Directory)
AEAAlpha Energy Analysis
AEAAccessoires Emballage Aquitaine (French: Aquitaine Packing Accessories)
AEAAbilene Educators Association
AEAActivity End Acknowledge
AEAAssignment Eligibility & Availability
AEAAssociation for European Astronauts
AEAAdvanced Energy Absorber
AEAAssociation des Enseignants Acadiens (French: Association of Acadian Teachers; Canada)
AEAActual Expenses Allowed
AEAAsymptotic Energy Analysis
AEAAlternate Exterior Angle (geometry)
AEAAirport Express Alliance (UK train operators)
AEAAlternative Engineering Assumption
AEAAutomation Economic Analysis
AEAActivity Entity Acknowledgement
AEAAdministrative Expense Allowance
AEAAssociation Européenne de l'Asphalte (French: European Association of Asphalt)
AEAAuxiliary Engine Assembly
AEAAft End Assembly
AEAAircraft Engineering Artificer (UK Royal Navy)
AEAAugustinian Educational Association
AEAAccounting Education Associates (Greensboro, NC)
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Portland ranks in the top 20 in several categories in the recent Cybercities report, a city-by-city analysis of the high-tech industry released by the AeA (formerly the American Electronics Association) and The Nasdaq Stock Market.
Texas added more than 132,000 high-tech jobs between 1993 and 1998, creating a work force that is second in size only to California, according to the American Electronics Association and the Nasdaq Stock Market.
jumped from $97 billion to $181 billion; the computer sector accounted for a sizable chunk of that growth, spurting from $31 billion in 1993 to $49 billion in 1999, according to figures supplied by the American Electronics Association. Computer industry jobs grew from 266,000 to 362,000 in the same period.
According to the "Cyber-states" study of the American Electronics Association, Florida already exports more than $413 billion in high-tech mer chandise.
may not be denied legal effect, validity or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form." The president of the American Electronics Association was quoted as saying, "High-tech companies now conduct a substantial and fast-growing amount of business on-line.
The American Electronics Association is the nation's largest high-tech trade group, representing almost 3,000 US-based technology companies.
Congressman from Texas; (2) William Archey, president and chief executive officer, American Electronics Association; (3) Bebecca Quan Burdette, attorney-at-law; (4) Barry Chiswick, Department of Economics, University of Illinois, Chicago; (5) Stephen F.
According to the American Electronics Association CyberNation study, "high-tech workers, a larger group of which IT workers are a part, earn 73 percent more that other private-sector workers." Training may be costly, but IT skills appear to be worth the expenditure.
The American Electronics Association (AEA) recently released a rather sobering report titled CyberEducation.
The American Electronics Association, a leader in the Uniform Standards Coalition, has another big day planned for May 5: The trade group is swearing Eshoo and White, the House sponsors of uniform standards legislation, into its High-Tech Legislator Hall of Fame.
Industry: The US high-technology industry, now 6.2% of GDP, is the driving force behind economic growth, according to a report by the American Electronics Association and the Nasdaq stock market.
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