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AUT

AUT may refer to: AUT- Autriche - Österreich


Aut Punk! Aut Nihil!

Aut Punk! Aut Nihil!

2007 albums, bulbulators albums

Aeronautica Umbra Trojani AUT.18

__NOTOC__ The AUT.18 was a prototype fighter aircraft developed in Italy by Aeronautica Umbra shortly before the outbreak of World War II. It was ...

italian fighter aircraft 1930-1939, propeller aircraft, single engine aircraft

L'aut'journal

L’aut’journal (ISSN) is a French language newspaper distributed in Quebec freely and through subscription. ... voluntarily contribute to l’aut’journal, including: ...

french-language newspapers published in canada, newspapers published in montreal, quebec sovereigntist media

Disce aut discede

Disce aut Discede (Latin "Learn or Depart") is the motto of Royal College, Colombo. ... Since then the motto is associated with the school's high ...

latin mottos, royal college, colombo

Aut Erickson

Autry "Aut" Erickson (born January 25, 1938 in Lethbridge, Alberta) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 226 games in the ...

toronto maple leafs players, 1938 births, boston bruins players, buffalo bisons (ahl) players, california golden seals players, canadian ice hockey defencemen, chicago blackhawks players, ice hockey personnel from alberta, living people, oakland seals players

Ad vitam aut culpam

Ad vitam aut culpum is a Latin phrase found in Scots law which meaning "for life or until fault" which guarantees the right of a Sheriff Depute ( ...

judiciary of scotland, latin legal phrases, scots law legal phrases

List of female tennis players

27 in 2007 • 2006 French Open women's doubles champion • 2005 US Open women's doubles champion • 2005 Australian Open mixed doubles champion • 2008 ...

lists of sportswomen, lists of tennis players, tennis players

February 2009 in sports

Team HS134 men: (1) AUT 1034.3 points (Wolfgang Loitzl, Martin Koch, Thomas Morgenstern, Gregor Schlierenzauer) (2) NOR 1000.8 (Anders Bardal, ...

2009 in sports, sports portals