AYE


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AYEAllegheny Energy, Inc. (stock symbol)
AYEAyer Rajah Expressway
AYEAmplifying Your Effectiveness (conference)
AYEArchdiocesan Youth Employment Services (Los Angeles, CA)
AYEAssociation of Young Economists (Baku, Azerbaijan)
AYEAmerican Youth Enterprise, Inc. (Mays Landing, NJ)
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Since inception, Aye Finance has disbursed over Rs.
police officers escorted Aye Maung and Wai Hin Aung from Sittwe Prison, where the duo are being detained, to a jetty in the Rakhine State capital Sittwe for a boat trip to the Rathedaung courthouse.
Top 10 mos T t fouled: Sadio Mane 50, Andre Aye A w 49, Dele Alli 46, Ross Barkley 46, Wilfried Zaha 45, Willian 44, Odion Ighalo 42, Riyad Mahrez 42, Eden Hazard 41, Alexis Sanchez 37.
Aye Finance is based in North India, where the concentration of micro and small businesses constituting the 'missing middle' is the highest.
Aye joins a number of actors attempting to serve this sector, alongside the Indian Government's renewed focus on supporting MSMEs.
Tin Aye, was the sixth-ranking member in Myanmar's outgoing military hierarchy and is a key ally of outgoing military ruler Than Shwe, has stepped down from his post to stand for election nearly two weeks after Myanmar held its first parliamentary session.
When doors do open to enthralling hall So as people do stare and so do crowd Some of wisdom do think and some say loud All praise to designers and builders of same Aye, John Dobson himself, though free from blame, maybe
The aye aye is a kind of lemur that looks like a cross between a mouse and bat.
Aye Jaye of Sun Valley incorporates his ``carny'' background in his magic.
Aye Myint, a member of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy, was released from prison Saturday, six years and two months before his seven-year sentence was up.
The Liverpudlian wisecracker is producing his own World Cup song - and as the tune is the old favourite Aye Aye Ippy, he couldn't resist a chorus of "Singing Aye Aye Ippy, the Germans bombed our chippy.
I hadn't gone too far into Evan Boberg's book, Common Sense Not Required: Idiots Designing Cars and Hybrid Vehicles (AuthorHouse, 170 pp), before the words stuck in my head began to sound like Ricky Ricardo: Aye, aye, aye, aye, aye