AFAT

AcronymDefinition
AFATAgriculture, Foresterie et Autres Affectations des Terres (French: Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Uses)
AFATArgentine Forensic Anthropology Team
AFATAir Force Advisory Team (US Air Force)
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Na presente adaptacao optou-se por utilizar a segunda versao da AFAT com os 34 itens que atingiram os valores minimos na analise fatorial distribuidas em tres subescalas, nomeadas pelos autores como 1.
The tour was only the beginning for AFAT. While most of the donations received have been from individual donors in the LGBT community, Desiree plans to pursue funding from larger organizations.
"We brought food and other basic supplies and distributed them to 1,000 families in need," Afat added.
"We look forward to experiencing the latest developments within Abu Dhabi which will leave our delegates better prepared to sell the destination going forward," said Jean-Jacques Bessiere, the administrator and co-president of the Business and Transport Commission, Selectour Afat.
Jean Pierre Mas, President of the French travel agencies group "Afat Voyages Selectour," AS Voyages, said: "we will not turn our back on the Tunisian destination /.../ It could not be replaced by any other destination," adding that the Group, which sent about 100,000 tourists to Tunisia in 2010, hopes to achieve this same figure in 2012.
Jean Pierre Mas, President of the French travel agencies group "Afat Voyages Selectour," AS Voyages, said: "we will not turn our back on the Tunisian destination /C*/ It could not be replaced by any other destination," adding that the Group, which sent about 100,000 tourists to Tunisia in 2010, hopes to achieve this same figure in 2012.
AFAT belly can be fatal, a study involving many thousands of men and women has revealed.
(30) Khayri Shalabi, "Afat shu'ara'ina al-shabban: infisal al-khayal `an al-shu'ur," al-Quds, 1 December 1992.
This increased control overall, in addition to AFAT's high skill levels, helps overcome a specific concern about INCAT's potential liability for an unseaworthy vessel which has not been built correctly by a licensee.
The first chapter starts with definitions (ahat, afat, iaqat) and shows that as early as the ninth century CE.