Synonyms for ausb or Related words with ausb

auzn              inag              cuge              bisn              auin              snfe              snau              agti              geau              snmn              sncusb              snin              sncubi              cusnag              auti              augeni              agsn              insn              ausi              sninag              sninzn              agndau              sbge              znau              agte              sncuag              agcusn              snal              znsn              snpt              aggacu              snsb              snge              biin              snsbbi              agau              snznbi              oshf              aucu              agge              agpt              agpdti              cugete              snni              sbzn              agruau              auni              alsn              aginsn              cucd             

Examples of "ausb"
The U-boat training flotillas were originally organized under a single U-boat training division ("Unterseebootslehrdivisionen") and were later placed under the command of an office known as the "F.d.U. Ausb. - Führer der U-Ausbildungsflottillen".
German H35/39s also saw action in Yugoslavia with "7.SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgs-Division "Prinz Eugen"", "12. Panzer-Kompanie z.b.V." and "I./Panzer-Regiment 202". In addition, tanks used in France for various training and security units also got caught in the fighting in Normandy, such as "Panzer Abteilung 206", "Panzer –Ersatz und Ausb. Abt. 100", and "200. Beute-Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung".
Gold sometimes occurs combined with tellurium as the minerals calaverite, krennerite, nagyagite, petzite and sylvanite (see telluride minerals), and as the rare bismuthide maldonite (AuBi) and antimonide aurostibite (AuSb). Gold also occurs in rare alloys with copper, lead, and mercury: the minerals auricupride (CuAu), novodneprite (AuPb) and weishanite ((Au, Ag)Hg).
Antioch University Santa Barbara (AUSB) is a private liberal arts university in downtown Santa Barbara, California. It is part of the Antioch University system that includes campuses in Keene, New Hampshire; Seattle, Washington; Los Angeles, California; and Yellow Springs, Ohio, also home to Antioch College. Antioch University has operated in Santa Barbara since 1977.
Many metal tellurides are known, including some telluride minerals. These include natural gold tellurides, like calaverite and krennerite (AuTe), and sylvanite (AgAuTe). Commercially, the tellurides are minor ores of gold, although they comprise the major naturally occurring compounds of gold. (A few other natural compounds of gold, such as the bismuthide maldonite (AuBi) and antimonide aurostibite (AuSb), are known). Although the bonding in such materials is often fairly covalent, they are described casually as salts of Te. Using this approach, AgTe is derived from Ag and Te.