ILTIS

AcronymDefinition
ILTISIntercultural Learning for Teachers in Secondary Schools (Finland)
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her new role, Iltis will focus primarily on the Middle East market, developing
The Iltis (see above) was a great little four-wheel drive midget of a vehicle built by Bombardier which was used by our military for many years.
Iltis ingreso al Ejercito de los Estados Unidos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial (Fig.
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Using HIV, AIDS and breast cancer advocate cases as examples, Matthews and Iltis identified key priorities and goals for a policy effort to combat stem cell tourism.
231) See Iltis, supra note 230, at 488 (explaining that the Common Rule requires investigators to follow uniform rules when conducting human subject research); MAYO CLINIC BIOBANK, infra note 325 (explaining that IRBs are established to review research projects in an effort to protect the study participants).
Maas 573; (USM) Caceres 2847 (USM); Iltis & Ugent 1487 (USM).
Many of the things that may strike us as peculiar are prominently found in one other popular Newar text, popular also in its Nepali version, recited during vows, mostly but not exclusively by Saiva devotees: the Svasthanivratakatha, of which Linda Iltis ("Swasthani Vrata") has provided an annotated translation of the Newar version accompanied by an important study of its text and context.
In one of the best essays in the collection, Iltis and Carpenter question whether bioethics can be considered a singular, cohesive enterprise.
Gray) X Iltis CLUSIACEAE (Mangosteen Family) Hypericum majus (A.
Weindling, "Central Europe Confronts German Racial Hygiene: Friedrich Hertz, Hugo Iltis and Ignaz Zollschan as Critics of German Racial Hygiene," in Blood and Homeland: Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe, 1900-1940, ed.