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AEBN, short for Adult Entertainment Broadcast Network, is an Internet pornography company that specializes in delivering material through streaming video in a video on demand format.
Adipocyte Enhancer-Binding Protein is a zinc finger protein that in humans is encoded by the evolutionarily well-conserved gene AEBP2. It was initially identified due to its binding capability to the promoter of the adipocyte P2 gene, and was therefore named Adipocyte Enhancer Binding Protein 2. AEBP2 is a potential targeting protein for the mammalian Polycomb Repression Complex 2 (PRC2).
AEBSF or 4-(2-aminoethyl)benzenesulfonyl fluoride hydrochloride is a water-soluble, irreversible serine protease inhibitor with a molecular weight of 239.5 Da.
The gens Aebutia was a Roman family that was prominent during the early Republic. The gens was originally patrician, but also had plebeian branches.
Koson Aeba (饗庭 篁村, August 15, 1855 – June 20, 1922) was a Japanese author, theater critic, and calligraphy master.
AEBI is a Switzerland-based manufacturer of municipal and agriculture machinery. The company's products include transporters, Implement carriers, road sweepers, tractors, and mowers.
Aeblus, Ebalus, or Ebles was a Frankish count in Gascony early in the ninth century.
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania (also known as The Rock or SRU) is a public, master's-level university that offers some doctoral programs.
David Aebischer (born February 7, 1978), is a former Swiss professional ice hockey goaltender who played in the National Hockey League with the Colorado Avalanche, Montreal Canadiens and Phoenix Coyotes.
Æbleskiver "Pancake Puffs" (Danish pronunciation: [ˈɛːb̥ləˌsɡ̊iːʊ̯ɐ], [singular: æbleskive]), also called "appleskives" are traditional pancakes in a distinctive shape of a sphere.

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