AISHE

AcronymDefinition
AISHEAll Ireland Society for Higher Education
AISHEAuditing Instrument for Sustainability in Higher Education (Committee on Sustainability in Higher Education; Netherlands)
AISHEAcute Intraoperative Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage or Effusion (eyes)
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Aishe, in the first novel (which won the Athens Prize for Literature), was a Greek Cypriot who converted to Islam to marry a Turkish Cypriot, her life upended when the checkpoints open in 2003.
Special awards were handed out to Kayla Marie Mataga and Javier Louis Jugo as Gatorade Hustle awardees, Merylle Cuasay and Czarlo Salvador as Panasonic Rising Stars, and Aishe Solis and Kim Aaron Tamayo were named Cloudfone Awesome Players of the Game.
AISHE beinhaltet neben einer detaillierten Status-quo-Bewertung der einzelnen universitaren Bereiche die Festsetzung von Zielvorgaben.
Proceedings of AISHE conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
''Where will we go next?'' wailed 56-year-old Aishe Abu Darabeh, sitting dazed outside a classrom after the shelling.
Dublin, Ireland: Centre for Academic Practice and Student Learning (CAPSL), Trinity College Dublin and All Ireland Society for Higher Education (AISHE).
"Teaching and Learning Activities: expanding the repertoire to support student learning.", AISHE.
The Observatory said at least seven people were killed, all but one of them civilians, in the Midan, Tadamun and Aishe districts, in the heaviest clashes in the capital since the March 2011 start of the uprising.
(In Turkish tradition, master musicians are given an honorific name referring to their instrument--in this case kemence, the Turkish word for violin.) Yuri's paternal grandmother Aishe was from the border region of Greece and Bulgaria.