ACOVA


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AcronymDefinition
ACOVAAnalysis of Covariance
ACOVAArizona Council of Occupational/Vocational Administrators (Association of Career and Technical Education, Arizona)
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The ACOVA consists of 15 voting members appointed by the Governor and nominated by the AMVETS, American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Vietnam Veterans of America, which are the five largest veterans service organizations in the state.
A nifty idea from Acova is the electric towel arm, ideal for keeping your hand towels warm right next to the basin.
Placental transfer of argatrohan (Acova) to the fetus probably occurs because of its relatively low molecular weight (527 d) and protein-binding capacity.
Placental transfer of argatroban (Acova) to the fetus probably occurs because of its relatively low molecular weight (527 d) and protein-binding capacity.
Societal innovations completely renew the product or the service through the more or less conscious consideration of a new experience shared by customers (see for example the cases of the Acova radiators and the Decouvertes Gallimard collection in France, (Cova and Svanfeldt, 1992, and the cases of the weekly paper Cuore and the boutiques Max and Co.
Sawai, which unveiled the deal with Upsher-Smith parent Acova Inc.