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(trademark) a pocket-sized device used to play music files

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If you suffered a loss in AAC Holdings you have until October 23, 2015 to request that the Court appoint you as lead plaintiff.
AAC Technologies owns 12 R&D centers and employs more than 600 senior research staff and engineers.
While Mohammad Fawad AAC 07 has been assigned duty on Gulbahar, Matni and Pandu police stations, AAC 08, Mohammad Shoaib Khan on Regi Model Town, Hashtangari and Gharbi
Since the acquisition by One51 AAC Plastics Group has bought wheelie bin injection moulder MGB Plastics from Kingspan's Titan Environmental division, who bought it from T&D Industries when T&D broke up in 2000.
AAC is a visual language system that is both receptive (understanding) and expressive (communicating).
The AAC is also making great strides in using the streamlined model for divestiture in foreign military sales.
An alternative way arises: we could open specialized communication channels within the Internet allowing one to use different AAC systems in Web-based communication acts.
Fraunhofer's AAC family of audio codecs, including AAC and HE-AAC, now offer the ability to carry the original broadcast metadata to meet the requirements of the CALM Act.
On July 29, 2015, an indictment returned by a grand jury related to an investigation by the California Department of Justice into to the death of a patient in 2010 at an AAC subsidiary was unsealed.
Teams: 1, Swansea Harriers; 2, Chepstow Harriers; 3, Cardiff AAC.
They have questions about the AAC Institute, questions about AAC, and questions about what it's like to be the parent of four sons, including three with disabilities.
AAC has recently implemented several new and innovative workforce development initiatives to support their strategic objective to "Create and Enable the Workforce":
23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Hynes Keller & Hernandez, LLC is investigating potential claims against AAC Holdings, Inc.