ATAR


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AcronymDefinition
ATARAustralian Tertiary Admission Rank (higher education)
ATARAntitank Aircraft Rocket
ATARAspirin-Tolerant Asthma/Rhinitis (immunology)
ATARAwareness Trial Availability Repeat
ATARAcquisition Tracking And Recognition
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The company plans to bring Atar Capital's financial, operational and M and A resources to bear in support of the company's long-term strategic plans.
Last year almost 1000 students enrolled in UON's Newstep, a free, year-long study program designed for students aged 18-20, who didn't get the ATAR they needed to start a degree.
Cheryl Ford, mitigating, said that Atar fell out with the friend he had been living with and had been told to leave.
Julie said that one of the objectives of the ATAR project is rendering all possible assistance in development of the export potential of the region.
More than 130 people were on board the plane to Atar.
Nuestra ignorancia de como era atar cuando estaba alli, aun si el carino de las tres mujeres debia llenar su hueco.
Son of a long-dead Ashanti chief, Atar entered my life twenty-five years ago, when he was a young man of twenty.
27 December 2016 - US-based private equity firm Atar Capital has completed its acquisition of US-based industrial services firm Furmanite's Midstream Quality Assurance Business from a wholly owned subsidiary of US-based industrial services firm Team, Inc.
This has meant that the ATAR, while still important and relevant, is only one of a number of means by which universities assess aptitude.
Official sources would not confirm the report in "Le Monde," but other French media also reported that Atar had been named as the leading coordinator of the terror operations which were organised from Atar's location in Syria where he is a member of so-called Islamic State, which claimed the terrorist attacks.
Atar community response to Sudan Tribune article on the resignation of Pigi Commissioner.