Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Associate Member of the Institute of Electrical Engineers.
“Daughter Amie is living a life as a writer and Yoga Instructor and mom to Eva and Claire ... 5 and 3.”
“Today I came across a new startup called Amie Street that may have found the right way to help people discover and market price music from new or little known bands.”
“To register for the training, call Amie at 764-4090 or Carolyn at 595-2800, ext.”
“The group, led by original singer Craig Fuller, has had hits with "Amie" and "Let Me Love You Tonight.”
“Another colleague from my Autonomy days, Amie Nguyen, serving as Art Director for Discovery Channel explains, “Royale showed amazing technical savviness in creating a simple interchangeable system generating unlimited combination of visuals.””
“The entire family sang along to "Amie" by Pure Prairie League, piped through our younger daughter Gracie's iPod and over the RV's sound system, and undoubtedly helping to dispel some of the melancholy Lucy felt leaving her beloved alma mater it probably also didn't hurt that her boyfriend Andy was in the car behind us.”
“The federal risk pool has definitely provided critical access, in some cases lifesaving access, to health insurance," said Amie Goldman, chair of a national association of state high-risk insurance pools.”
“The next tune on Shaky and the Tremors playlist was "Amie" by Pure Prairie League as the $8 sangria brewed by bartender Matt Black flowing ever more freely.”
“I recently sat down with foundation staff member Amie Newman to answer some of her questions about maternal health.”
“Both scheduled screenings of Still, produced and co-directed by Amie Knox, are sold out.”
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