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  Aberdeen Group: Technology Answers for the Global Value Chain
Aberdeen Group: Technology Answers for the Global Value Chain
Mid-size manufacturers are turning to outsourcing to fill the gap in mechatronic development.
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  Aberdeen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aberdeen is the chief commercial centre and seaport in the north-east of Scotland.
Aberdeen Grammar School, (now a comprehensive, despite its name) founded in 1263 and one of the oldest schools in Britain, was removed in 1861-1863 from its old quarters in Schoolhill to a large new building, in the Scottish baronial style, off Skene Street.
Aberdeen Airport, in the neighbouring town of Dyce, serves European destinations for passenger and freight flights and is the largest helicopter terminal in the world, serving the many North Sea oil installations.
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 Aberdeen Harbour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aberdeen is an area at the south side of the Hong Kong Island of Hong Kong, China.
Aberdeen Harbour is a harbour between Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau.
Aberdeen was named, in 1845, after the British Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen.
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 Aberdeen, Maryland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aberdeen is fortunate to have as its neighbor the world’s most diversified military research and development center—Aberdeen Proving Ground.
With the opening of the Higher Education Applied Technology Center, Aberdeen is poised to become one of the hottest technology centers in the northeast.
The All-American City award was presented to Aberdeen in 1997 in recognition of the city’s commitment to partnership and progress, creativity and collaboration, perseverance and pride.
www.mdmunicipal.org /cities/index.cfm?townname=Aberdeen&page=home   (359 words)

  
 Aberdeen, South Dakota - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aberdeen schools and teachers are known for their commitment to students and the community.
Aberdeen is home to South Dakota's School for the Blind and the Visually Impaired, with its comfortable campus, dorm facilities, and highly trained faculty.
Aberdeen also boasts a full complement of medical and health professionals, including optometrists, orthodontists, dentists, chiropractors, an alternative medical clinic, psychologists, addiction counselors, and a wide array of therapists serving all ages.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Aberdeen,_South_Dakota   (1888 words)

  
 Aberdeen Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
It's been suggested that "Aberdeen" was a compromise that drew together the separate villages overlooking the Don and the Dee.
In the 1980s the increasing demands on Aberdeen's harbour space for oil exploration and support vessels led to the migration of much of the fishing fleet up the coast to Peterhead.
The first of Aberdeen's shipyards began in 1790, and they concentrated mostly on vessels to be based in and around the port.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /aberdeen/aberdeen/index.html   (1056 words)

  
 Aberdeen travel guide - Wikitravel
Aberdeen is the county town of Aberdeenshire, and the chief seaport in the north-east of Scotland.
Aberdeen is commonly referred to variously as "the Granite City", on account of the grey, occasionally sparkling building stone used in older buildings in the city; and the "Flower of Scotland", Aberdeen long having been famous for outstanding parks, gardens and floral displays.
Aberdeen lies halfway along the long A90 arterial road that hugs the eastern, North Sea coast of Scotland between Dundee and Peterhead.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Aberdeen, Washington
Aberdeen is the homeport of the tall ship Lady Washington, a reproduction of a smaller vessel used by the explorer Captain Robert Gray.
Victor Grinich, who was born in Aberdeen in 1924 was a pioneer in the semiconductor industry and a member of the Traitorous Eight that founded Silicon Valley.
Aberdeen is best known, however, for producing seminal grunge and punk rock bands and musicians such as Nirvana including Kurt Cobain (born in Aberdeen at Grays Harbor Community Hospital), and Dale Crover, of The Melvins.
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 Aberdeen
Aberdeen is a seaport on the north-east coast of Scotland.
Aberdeen University was formed in 1860 by the merging of King's College (1494) and Marischal College (1593).
Aberdeen is divided into two towns or cities, and stands in the mouth of two rivers; one on the River Don, the other on the River Dee.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /ITaberdeen.htm   (545 words)

  
 Aberdeen University Of: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
ABERDEEN, UNIVERSITY OF at Aberdeen, Scotland; founded by the bishop of Aberdeen under the authority of a papal bull obtained 1494–95.
The University of Aberdeen is one of the select band...institutional life, historians at the University of Aberdeen embarked ten years ago on...Studies in the History of the University of Aberdeen; by 1996 we hope to have...
Aberdeen University may be blazing a trail here as its connections with the Russian Academy of Sciences and the history faculty of Moscow State University have assured it...
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 Aberdeen - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
After missing the cut in 2004, Aberdeen golfer Brian Jorgensen is out to win another Dakota Open title.
Rain nicks Aberdeen tourney Due to some inclement weather to begin the day and a first game that ended up going to extra innings, the Vern Jark Memorial...
Aberdeen 13-14 A squad sweeps Webster WEBSTER - The Aberdeen 13-14 A Teeners used their bats in the opener and their pitching in the nightcap to sweep a...
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 Aberdeen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aberdeen has a father-daughter team isolated in substance abuse and family dysfunction.
What triggers the action is Helen's ill health; she is dying of cancer and wants to mend fences before she dies.
Kaisa flies off to Oslo to collect her father and they set off on a troubled and troubling trip to Aberdeen, extended beyond the length of a short flight by the airline's refusal to accommodate a passenger who's drunk even before boarding.
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