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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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The launch of our EV-8 AIS payload is a major milestone for our team here at exactEarth as we mark the completion of our first-generation constellation," said exactEarth CEO Peter Mabson.
The patterns of sensory gains were confirmed to involve multiple sensory pathways and were observed more frequently in the patients with less severe injury; three of the seven AIS A patients and four of the five AIS B patients showed signs of positive sensory gains confirming the previously released interim results.
AIS managing director Paul Stonebanks said: "We have enjoyed fantastic business success to date with average 80% growth year-onyear and this trend is set to continue in 2015.
Participation in Acetech helped us in creating awareness about AIS VUE - high performance range of uPVC doors and windows brand from AIS.
Further, ORBCOMM is actively participating in many AIS demonstrations and tests and an extensive naval exercise conducted by 22 Pacific Rim nations in the Pacific Ocean starting at the end of June, it said and also mentioned that to improve its global AIS service, eighteen more AIS-enabled satellites that make up its next generation constellation are scheduled to launch later this year.
Garmin has recently added two new AIS units to its vast lineup of marine electronics products.
The company said that by working inside the AIS data centre, Phreedom will gain additional access to the Arizona marketplace to provide full service managed storage to enterprise clients.
AIS and Audax reported that AIS senior management will remain in place, including Chairman Arthur Maxwell and Mr.
AIS has been around for years but began to gain traction in the aftermath of 9/11 as Defense and Homeland Security leaders reconsidered the implications of the post-Cold War world.
In the initial stages of the GIA escalation against society, the AIS turned to the FIS leadership for instructions and guidance.
The vision of AIS presented by Okerson (1991) and Atkinson (1993b) is particularly attractive to academic librarians.