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ACES

Advance Computerized Execution System

On NASDAQ, an electronic system allowing the automatic execution of orders between clients and market makers. Only clients and market makers that already have a relationship with each other use the ACES.
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Vincent J Felitti, Physician and Head of Preventive medicine, from 1995 to 1997, in a large private clinic in San Diego, for white middle-class patients, found that when it comes to ACEs time does not often heal and people just don't "get over it".
Huntley: In a 15-25, 25-23, 25-23 loss, the Red Raiders (5-2) fell two games behind PR in the Fox Valley Conference standings despite Julia Johnson's 2 aces, 12 kills and 13 digs, Loren Alberts with 5 kills, 15 blocks and 2 digs, and Taylor Jakubowski with 3 aces, 3 kills, 4 blocks and 15 digs.
The Directors of ACES commended the attendees for their hard work and for achieving good results in 2015.
The Results: Nearly 15% of the children had asthma and almost 30% of the children were exposed to ACEs. The more ACEs children were exposed to, the greater the chances the child had asthma.
"Our agreement with Ace extends the Valspar brand while further strengthening and diversifying Valspar's portfolio of industry-leading consumer paints in the North American market," said Gary Hendrickson, chairman and CEO of Valspar.
Take Wimbledon, for example, where Federer has served more aces than Andy Roddick in their two final meetings, despite Roddick finishing top of the most tournament aces chart in both years.
Wolf gives widespread discussion to the careers of Allied and German aces, noting that the top five Luftwaffe aces flew combat for five years and scored a combined total of 1,453 kills, while the top five American aces shot down only 167 enemy aircraft in total.
As the alliance streamlines flight schedules, Aces has been pulled off its shortest routes.
New Trier -- D'Attomo (3 kills, 2 blocks); Woodley (3 assists, 1 dig); Heath (4 kills); Snyder (2 kills, 1 assist, 1 ace); Schatz (1 ace, 2 digs); Saravis (1 kill, 2 aces); Brown (5 kills); Gandelger (9 assists).
ACES, a member-owned organization formed in 1999, assists SMECO in determining its power supply needs and obtaining that power supply in the energy market.
The large table shows the average number of aces per match the top stars have served since the start of the 2005 season - the average for the whole table is 5.82, while the standard deviation for the sample is 3.2.
Following chapters that describe the air war chronologically, the author discusses how kills were credited, then offers A-Z biographies of the aces. Credit for WW I kills has caused historians problems over the years.