AMLS


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AcronymDefinition
AMLSAdvanced Medical Life Support
AMLSAcademy of Medical Laboratory Science (Ireland)
AMLSAdvanced Manned Launch System (NASA)
AMLSMaster of Arts in Library Science
AMLSAnterior Medial Lateral Suprasylvian (neurology)
AMLSArray Microwave Limb Sounder
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Al Balushi of AMLS feels that improving operations at sea and air ports and making shipping fees and charges internationally competitive would go a long way.
Therefore, when testing hypotheses, we computed adjusted mean life-spans as AMLS = log(MLS) - b log(M) (Calder 1984, Pagel and Harvey 1988).
Law 19,355, enacted in December 2015, substantially enhances the supervisory and enforcement powers of the AMLS and should have the effect of increasing STR reporting by these entities, which have traditionally submitted few suspicious transaction reports (STRs).
If a zip code in Sacramento is entered, for example, the site will produce classes located at one of their three locations in the area including training classes for Heartsaver first aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, ENPC, AMLS, PHTLS, NRP as well as many others.
Thornton, AMLS, CAS, works at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX, as the executive assistant to the dean and director of libraries.
Cascade Training Centers are full services training outsource providers and offer classes including BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, ENPC, PHTLS, AMLS, NRP, BCON and many others.
The financial intelligence unit (UIAF) released a "Guide to Risky Operations and Alerts Related to Terrorism Finance" (Communication 2012/191), and the AMLS launched its web page.
After the race, the four Audi Sport North America drivers took to Harley-Davidson motorcycles for the 800-mile trip to Portland, Oregon, for tomorrow's AMLS race.
Core offerings include BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, ENPC, PHTLS, AMLS, NRP, BCON and many other certification courses.
In addition to developing the new strategy, in 2011, the AMLS continued working with non-financial sector entities obliged to report suspicious transactions, mainly notaries, real estate agents and casinos.