AMIOAlien Migrant Interdiction Operations (US DoD)
AMIOAotearoa Maori Internet Organisation (New Zealand)
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Gili and Amio were apprehended after they handed over a sachet of shabu worth P1,000 to the police poseur-buyer in front of their house around 12:30 a.m.
Eligible patients, in accordance with the random number table, were divided into two groups (random numbers 1 to 21 for AMIO group, random numbers 22 to 41 for AMIO + WXKL group) and assigned to receive either intravenous AMIO (loading dose 5 mg/kg in 1 hour followed by 50 mg/h) or AMIO with the same dosage plus oral WXKL 18 g three times daily for a maximum of 24 hours.
(18) Similar pressures are evident in Sibulan, but I seek a somewhat different interpretation of both the process and the outcome by looking more closely at the kinship, place and community relationships that are implicated in land conflicts in Amio Beach.
Similarly, the partnership development model proposed by Nelson, Amio, Prilleltensky, and Nickels (2000) in community psychology starts at creating the partnership, assuming that any steps needing to ensure readiness on the part of the university and community partners to engage in collaborative work have already taken place.
Coast Guard, (last visited May 15, 2010) [hereinafter Alien Migrant Interdiction] (describing mass migration events and routine Coast Guard alien maritime interdiction operations (AMIO)).
In 2000, Nelson, Amio, Prilleltensky, and Nickels proposed values-based partnerships for implementing parental consultation and prevention programs in schools.
Effect of amio sugars on platelet aggregation and on fibrinogen binding.
(32) The AMB may be deemed to be the successor to the Anti-Monopoly Investigations Office (AMIO) under MOFCOM.
Amio, USN, Material Readiness Division Assistant Work Center Supervisor, USS Peleliu (LHA 5), October 2006 to February 2007.
He is draped in shell money and wears a dog's tooth netbag (K: amio) from Finschafen, probably from the Sio (see Harding 1967: 49-52) and which the Bariai obtain through their Lolo and Siassi trade partners; he wears Lolo armbands (K: poipoi sara) and legbands (K: saea).
Amio (1963) describes egg capsules from Japan 30 mm high containing 790-1,300 embryos per case.