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AcronymDefinition
INOInoperative
INOInstitut National d'Optique (in Sainte-Foy, Quebec, Canada)
INOInternuclear Ophthalmoplegia
INOIrish Nurses Organisation
INOIn Name Only
INOI'm Not Okay
INOIn-Network Only (health care industry)
INOInhaled Nitrous Oxide
INOInongo, Zaire (airport code)
INOInstitute for Naval Oceanography
INOIntelligent Network Operations
INOIntelligent Network Outfitters
INOIssue Necessary Order
INOIterative Natural Orbital
INOIndia Neutrino Observatory
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The lower and high courts found Ino guilty of breaking into an apartment in Tokyo's Minamiaoyama district in November 2009 with the intention of committing robbery and of killing Igarashi by stabbing him in the neck with a kitchen knife.
The technique used in manufacturing reactors in the 1970s was immature,'' Ino said.
The typical parts were selected and incised from Haliotis discus hannai Ino shells.
Monitoring INO in a clinical setting might be able to provide a sensitive test to determine a patient's susceptibility to other heat-related MS symptoms as well as a way to monitor the effectiveness of treatments.
The INO would not rule out rolling strikes - such as the spate of lunchtime protests before the 2007 General Election - but it said it preferred meaningful engagement with the HSE and Health Minister Mary Harney.
We believe that the combination of Ikaria and INO Therapeutics provides a novel and exciting alternative to the traditional biotech model of financing development via sequential private and public fundraisings.
Ino was born in 1745 in what is now Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, and mainly worked for his family's businesses, such as brewing.
Ino and her family told police last July that the she had been stalked by her ex-boyfriend and that they were harassed by defamatory fliers distributed around their house.
Ino is among four Japanese umpires in spring training as part of an exchange program.
January 2015's INO Cares charity recipient was selected by Diane Phillips, Director of Operations.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday brushed aside debt-sharing in the eurozone in a speech to parliament, which "further dashed hopes" for the EU summit finding ways to beef up the region's economy and stem lingering worries over the 17-nation currency union, Ino said.