MAUE


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MAUEMadison Avenue Upper Elementary (Madison, MS)
MAUEMuskegon Area Ukulele Enthusiasts (Muskegon, MI)
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The Air Force combined several new and existing innovation vehicles under the AFWERX umbrella, Maue said.
Maue, "Robust algorithms for sorting railway cars," in European Symposium on Algorithms, vol.
Carolyn Maue, President/CEO, and the consultants of The Maue Center help individual leaders and teams reach goals and build skills through leadership coaching, team effectiveness and organizational consulting.
As mentioned above, suppose U is the set of all users and m refers to the number of users, h is the number of rating; given by [u.sub.i], then the MAUE and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are expressed by equation (8) and (9).
As for the dead, they were Paul Maue, 38, of Buffalo, and Daniel "DJ" Szymanski, 31, of Getzville.
Data for accumulated cyclone energy, a measure of the strength and duration of storms over a monthly period, is available from NOAA (Maue 2011; Policlimate 2012).
A: The national average temperature of 11 degrees is the coldest of this winter and will likely be the coldest of the season, according to calculations by Weather Bell Analytics meteorologist Ryan Maue. It was computed from temperatures at 7 a.m.
Meteorologist Ryan Maue described current weather conditions as a once in a generation event.
Maue, "Recent historically low global tropical cyclone activity," Geophysical Research Letters, vol.
In August 2011, after obtaining approval from the department chairman, The Maue Center was engaged by physician leaders in Magee's department of 013/GYN to support the design, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of a pilot physician mentorship program for new attending physicians.
Ryan Maue, a meteorologist at Weather Bell, a private US weather firm, said: "There's nothing to stop it at this point.