GARS


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AcronymDefinition
GARSGilliam Autism Rating Scale
GARSGlycinamide Ribonucleotide Synthetase
GARSGlobal Absolute Return Strategy (Standard Life Investments)
GARSGroningen Activity Restriction Scale
GARSGlobal Area Reference System
GARSGeek Article and Review System (vBulletin)
GARSGeological Applications of Remote Sensing
GARSGovernment Administrative Rate Supplement
GARSGreen Action Resource Station (Natural World Museum)
GARSGovernmental Accounting Research System
GARSGlobal Asset Recovery Service (IBM)
GARSGlobus Advance Reservation Service
GARSGeneral Application Restraint System (aviation)
GARSGateway Association of Recreational Smokers (St. Louis, MO)
GARSGustavus Adolphus Rex Sveciae (Latin: Gustav Adolf King of Sweden)
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GAR was organized into departments at the state level and posts at the community level, and military-style uniforms were worn by its members.
Philippe Louis-Dreyfus, President of the Supervisory Board of LDA said: This new step in our partnership with GAR confirms LDAs strategy to keep strong links with Indonesia where our Group has been active for more than 25 years, on the coal export market, onshore and offshore port logistics as well as marine industrial services.
Pursuant to the decision taken by the company's board of directors on 19 June 2015 MegaFon completed the transaction to acquire 100% of the share capital of GARS.
On 18 May 2010, longnose gars were observed throughout the afternoon to be engaged in vigorous spawning activities in a rocky shoreline on the north side of Lake Texoma at the University of Oklahoma Biological Station, Marshall County, Oklahoma; 33.
Halifax agreed to buy Equitable's assets in 2001 but only if the society reached a compromise with its GAR policyholders.
So while we enjoyed lots of shooting at longnose, shortnose, and spotted gar as well as giant buffalo carp, the huge gator gar eluded us.
They are accused of negligence and breach of fiduciary duty in failing to take legal advice before deciding on the differential terminal bonus policy which led to the GAR court case and in failing to mitigate the financial risk of losing the GAR litigation and to inform policyholders of the risk.
January to July 2000: Equitable withholds growth from all with-profits policyholders to cover GAR liabilities.
GARS also has air impact on European rentals and the Non-Waiveable Excess Fee (NWEF).
The society tried to get around the problem by paying smaller final bonuses on GARs - but the Lords ruled the society must meet the guarantees.
The gars appeared to be "patrolling" the surface, actively moving about searching for fallen prey.