ACLAIM

AcronymDefinition
ACLAIMAirborne Coherent Lidar for Advanced In-Flight Measurements
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As a G-Cloud Framework supplier, we also deliver 8 SaaS services: eCase, eApply, aClaim, eAudit, eGrant, eDiary, eCourse, eForms.
Aclaim that a top international engineering firm had a "preference for blondhaired blue-eyed boys" has been dismissed by an employment tribunal.
Just consider the five cover subjects from 2006: Judith Forst, the Vancouver-based mezzo who this year added a La Scala debut to an already distinguished career; Gerald Finley, the England-based baritone who ends his year with two awards (Editor's Choice and Best Choral) from Gramophone magazine for his disc of music by Stanford; the new Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, which has won almost universal aclaim as a performing venue; Adrianne Pieczonka, who enjoyed some of the best critical notices at this year's Bayreuth Festival for her debut as Sieglinde; and, our current cover, an arresting detail from the Metropolitan Opera's season-opening production of Madama Butterfly, which celebrates Toronto-based designer Michael Levine.
The analysis considered seven cards: AARP Prescription Discount Card; aClaim Rx Savings Club; Aetna Rx Savings Card; ArgusRx Preferred Prescription Discount Card; Rx Savings, distributed by Reader's Digest; and ScriptSave Premier.
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has released the Aclaim nasal mask for use with CPAP or bilevel therapy.
This development has not only added to an increased acceptance of the airport by its neighbours, but also brought widespread aclaim from politicians supporting the airport in setting up new regional connections.
And if the employee is forty years of age or older and releasing aclaim of age discrimination, special procedures must be followed in consultation with employment law counsel.
Reliance's definition of aclaim is "any written demand or notice received by an insured from a person advising that it is the intention of such person to hold the insured responsible for the consequences" of an insured event covered by the policy.
Later that voice gained the name "G, Cain:' a pseudonym, it transpired, for the Cuban writer Guillermo Cabrera Infante, who was to win aclaim with his novel of Havana in the fifties, Tres Tristes Tigres (a tongue-twisting title rendered in English as Three Trapped Tigers).
Oprah refrains from making such aclaim. However, she acknowledges that going solo in Chicago was just what she needed to make her mark.
However, Meade, who has enjoyed Group 1 success in France with Aclaim in the Prix de la Foret at Chantilly in 2017, is confident the threeyear-old will have no problem staying the distance.