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AER is a three-letter acronym that may refer for and of:
- Aër, a liturgical item in the Greek Orthodox Church
- aer (air), in Greek mythology - the name for what mortals breathed, as opposed to the aether breathed by the gods
- Aer language
Business and organizations
- Action For Economic Reforms, a public-interest research organization in the Philippines
- Army Emergency Relief
- Australian Energy Regulator
- A.E.R., car manufacturer, a sub brand of B.N.C.
- Advanced Engine Research, an endurance racing car engine manufacturer
- Agri-Energy Roundtable, a non-governmental organization accredited by the United Nations
- Annual Equivalent Rate, as used in the UK
- Assembly of European Regions, an independent network of European Regions
- AER (motorcycles)
- AER (publishing house), italian publishing house
- Adverse event Report, in the United States, various voluntary or mandatory reports to the Food and Drug Administration made when drug and therapeutic biologic products are potentially connected to adverse changes in health or undesired side effects.
- Apical ectodermal ridge, critical component of vertebrate limb development
- Aerides, the orchid genus, abbreviated Aer
- Alcohol elimination rate, the rate by which ethanol is eliminated from the human body
- Agranular endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, a cell organelle
- Albumin excretion rate, a value used to define microalbuminuria
- Ambulatory event recorder, a type of cardiac monitor
- All-electric range, the driving range of a vehicle using only electrical energy for propulsion
- Alignment error rate, a metric for word alignment used in machine translation
- Advanced error reporting, a PCI Express technology for observing and reporting bus errors
- Annual equivalent rate, a notational interest rate
- Average Earnings ratio, in stocks
- Administrative Expense Ratio, a ratio of general and administrative expenses to total revenue
- Aer , is a reggae/indie rock/acoustic pop group from Wayland, MA consisting of David von Mering and Carter Schultz.
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