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AMDOArticulated Motion and Deformable Objects (computer imaging)
AMDOAviation Maintenance Duty Officer (US Navy)
AMDOAeronautical Maintenance Duty Officer
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Mike Zarkowski, commander, Fleet Readiness Centers and senior AMDO, as he opened the 2018 Aerospace Maintenance Professional Symposium (AMPS) in Virginia Beach, Virginia, May 13-15.
After rapid development that we are seeing throughout our journey, Amdo remains like a typical highway town, the main purpose of its existence seems to be to cater to the vehicles plying on the Golmud- Lhasa road.
The international workshop "Unity and Diversity: Monastic and Non-monastic Traditions in Amdo" was held in Cardiff, Wales during September and October 2011 to analyze and document the religious and social history of the tantric practitioner community in Reb kong, east Tibet.
The 26-year-old Tibetan burnt himself in eastern Tibet's Amdo region and died on the spot.
amdo tt We don't have any children together, although I do have two grown-up children from a previous marriage, neither of whom live at home.
We stayed in Amdo, a northern province in Tibet, and the room reflected the theme with murals about the various lamas who influenced both the political and religious development of Tibet.
From the land of beautiful Amdo people we were entering the land of Hindi speaking Tibetans and the journey was just breathtaking.
The group said it received two photographs of the body, which remains at the Tso Monastery in the Amdo region, part of eastern occupied Tibet.
In this study we present Ce anomaly determinations from late Jurassic ammonites found in black shales of the Amdo Highway 114 station, southern Qiangtang basin.
In 1952, at the age of two, Arjia Rinpoche was recognized as the eighth reincarnation of the head abbot of the culturally rich and historically powerful Kumbum Monastery in Amdo, Eastern Tibet (alt.
Over half its territory, consisting of the provinces of Amdo and Kham, was incorporated into China proper, with the Tibetan province of U-Tsang left as the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR).