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  • noun the sun (or solar disc) which was the deity of a monotheistic cult under the Pharaoh Akhenaten


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  • I feel as if I just have to say here that I love Dirk Henn's Wallenstein and really enjoy his Atlantic Star, and I'm a big fan of many Queen games, such as Aton, Chicago Express, and Roma.

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  • I've ended up turning to small board games in order to get enough decision-making to be satisfying in that time frame, such as Aton, Hey That's My Fish, and Fjords, but Scripts & Scribes is a card game with decision-making and tension galore.

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  • Andrea Neumann, Toshimaru Nakamura - 1 (from "Aton")

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  • In home technology, the company's brands include many of the major powers in the residential custom-install industry, such as Aton, Channel Plus, Elan,

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  • Wells Fargo sells mainly property-and-casualty policies, but selling more life-insurance policies to consumers could eventually generate $1 billion in annual revenue, Mr. Aton said.

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  • Mr. Aton, who heads a staff of about 7,000, said the bank could buy one to three insurance brokers or agencies a year, but is looking for bigger deals.

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  • Mr. Horton also ends by mentioning that amongst the remaining stories are “fine work” from the likes of Andrew Drilon, Vincent Michael Simbulan, and Kate Aton-Osias.

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  • Acquisitions—perhaps a string of them—of insurance brokers, cross-selling more policies to customers who already bank with Wells Fargo, and expanding the life-insurance business will fuel the growth, Neal Aton , chief executive of Wells Fargo Insurance Services, said in a recent interview.

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  • In research published recently in Neuron, Marcos Frank, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, postdoctoral researcher Sara Aton, PhD, and colleagues describe for the first time how cellular changes in the sleeping brain promote the formation of memories.

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  • Mr. Aton said he would like to see that share rise to 35% within five years.

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