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AVI-SPL's move into Aberdeen, Scotland will help drive its strategy to capture business within the area's large oil and gas market, with the goal of duplicating the success experienced in Houston and Calgary.
Technip will carry out the work in 160 meters of water about 560 km off the coast of Aberdeen, Scotland.
British airline bmi regional has announced that it will launch a service between Birmingham, England and Aberdeen, Scotland.
UK-based regional airline Eastern Airways has introduced a new early-morning flight to Norway from Aberdeen, Scotland.
Based at Scottish Enterprise in Aberdeen, Scotland Food & Drink is backed by companies and groups including Scot Trout, Quality Meat Scotland, the Scottish Food and Drink Federation and the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society.
Representatives of the EU's scientific community are to meet in Aberdeen, Scotland, on 22 June, in order to respond to the European Commission's ongoing consultation on a future European maritime policy.
Throughout his career, the Aberdeen, Scotland native has worked toward the expansion of cultural and business relationships between Scotland and the US.
From the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, University of Aberdeen, Foresterhill, Aberdeen, Scotland.
CAREER (Manager): Ayr United, Aberdeen, Scotland, Motherwell, Airdrie and Queen of the South.
At ten minutes to midnight on New Year's Eve a Martian space craft landed in Aberdeen, Scotland.
ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND Aromatherapy is a hot term, attached to scented products promising everything from less stress to more sex.
Henderson, born in Aberdeen, Scotland, moved to Bahrain in 1964.
Brown and her colleagues at the Rowett Research Institute in Aberdeen, Scotland, randomly assigned 40 male smokers and an equal number of nonsmokers to take capsules containing 70, 140, 560, or 1,050 milligrams of vitamin E daily.
At Aberdeen, Scotland, in October 1993, an inshore inflatable lifeboat was called out to a trailer park that was under 10 feet of water because of flash flooding.
A study from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, found that children with well controlled asthma grew faster than children whose asthma was not well controlled.
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