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(from the article `Anaximenes Of Miletus`) Anaximenes substituted aer (`mist,` `vapour,` `air`) for his predecessors` choices. His writings, which survived into the Hellenistic Age, no longer ...
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(from the article `Celtic literature`) The fili were powerful in early Irish society and were often arrogant, enforcing their demands by the threat of a lampoon (áer), a poet`s curse that ...
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Aer

(Latin) air, weather.
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[motorcycles] AER was a British motorcycle manufacturer. The name was from the initials of the founder, Albert E. Reynolds. Based in Liverpool and his company, AE Reynolds Ltd., ceased motorcycle production on the outbreak of the Second World War. ==History== Founded in 1937 by Albert E. Reynolds, a Scott Motorycles dealer who began produci...
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[Sendai] ==Overview== Aer is a mixed used complex built as a part of the redevelopment of the west side of Sendai Station. Floors 1 to 4 are occupied by retail businesses, including chains such as Uniqlo and Maruzen. Floors 5, 6, and 7 are occupied by municipal government offices, while floors 8 through 30 are occupied by commercial offices...
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abbreviation: Approach End of Runway
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acronym: atmospheric and environmental research (DOE)
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acronym: Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
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An abbreviation for the American Economic Review. Contexts: journals
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Annual earnings rate on an investment.
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Annual Earnings Rate, a measure of return on a savings account or investment, expressed as a percentage
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Annual effective rate; a number that can be used to compare different fixed interest investments taking into account the effects of compounding....more on AER
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Annual Equivalent Rate.
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