ADIN


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AcronymDefinition
ADINAustralian Drug Information Network (Internet-based alcohol and drug information)
ADINAcid Detergent Insoluble Nitrogen
ADINAUTODIN
ADINAlgoma District Information Network (website)
ADINAuthcode Database Identification Number
ADINAfrican Development Initiatives Network (Kenya)
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Adin was the star of the game but he was also the man who smoothed the ice at half time.
Predicted DRUP values derived from the ADIN estimated method were calculated by the following equation:
Florent Malouda looked bright on the left, and it was the former French international who provided thecross for Adin to head in the opener.
Traffic was completely suspended after that," Saad Adin said.
Summary: The Turkish ambassador in Libya, Ali Kamal Adin, made a visit to the City of Azawia Monday morning and viewed the size of the destruction that the cities and its facilities incurred by the random bombing.
Adams' doctor, David Adin, testified that the incident injured spinal discs, causing her severe back pain.
His Majesty yesterday visited the Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque) accompanied by the Turkish President's senior adviser Ersat Hurmuzlu and ambassador Hussain Adin from the President's office.
Al Ayam King visits Sultan Othman Ahmed mosque and Islamic museum in Turkey His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa today toured as part of his visit to Turkey the Sultan Ahmed mosque (Blue Mosque) accompanied by the Turkish President's senior advisor Ersat Hurmuzlu and ambassador Hussain Adin from the President's office.
Shams Adin Zain Al-Abidin and his accompanying delegation.
The study of permutation statistics, and in particular of those depending on up-down or descents patterns, is a very classical subject of study in algebraic combinatorics that goes back to the early 20th century to the work of MacMahon [Ma], and has found a new interest in the last decade after the fundamental work of Adin and Roichman [AR].
The Global Day of Jewish Learning celebrates the culmination of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz's ambitious 45-year quest to translate the Talmud and unlock its wisdom for today's Jews.
Whenever she walks into the study she used to share with Adin, her husband, she has to toss the food Gadi has strewn beside the keyboard: half-eaten rolls, empty cans of Coke.