ANRC

AcronymDefinition
ANRCAlaska Native Regional Corporation
ANRCArkansas Natural Resources Commission (Little Rock, AR)
ANRCAffiliated National Riding Commission (equestrian education)
ANRCAutoritatea Nationala de Reglementare in Comunicatii (Romania)
ANRCAmerican National Red Cross
ANRCAnimal Nutrition Research Council
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The ANRC is the highest-profile senior tournament to undergo law trials.
ADFA issues revolving loan fund revenue bonds to fund ANRC SRF loans to various public entities within the state.
Based in Tampa, Fla., CRM is the parent company of Sunera LLC; ANRC, LLC; and APTEC, LLC.
The omission of chapters dealing with the ANRC collection and its fate, and the role of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies in raising the awareness of the value of material culture is a weakness in the volume, as it was at the conference (however, see Davis 2008).
The Australian National Research Council (ANRC) Memorandum of April 1925 was careful to distinguish between the educational work of the new chair, which would be controlled entirely by the University of Sydney, and the organisation of field research in anthropology.
The sessions were led by policy experts from the African Natural Resources Center (ANRC) and the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) of the AfDB, and CABRI.
A comparison of the PER and NPR values of the test diets with the corresponding ANRC (casein) resulted in the R-PER and R-NPR data also shown in Table 1; which ranged from 0.80-0.96 and 0.92-1.16, respectively.
"What we've done on the Little Red is identify a flow pattern that will allow pumping at times when it won't cause harm downstream to other landowners and wildlife," said Earl Smith, chief of ANRC's Water Resources Management Division.
Research funding was obtained through the Australian National Research Council (ANRC), which was responsible for administering the funds provided by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Designed for the precise requirement of blood-banking and blood-processing applications, the company's Blood Bank Equipment meets the AABB, ANRC, and FDA standards.
In May 1930 while Piddington was carrying out anthropological research into the language and culture of the Karadjeri[7] in La Grange, North West Australia, under the auspices of the ANRC and a University of Sydney Science Research scholarship the University of Hawaii advertised a fellowship for a graduate student of an Australian University: `The fellowship would provide fares from Sydney to Honolulu and return, 20 [pounds sterling] per month for living expenses and the cost of special training in anthropology ...
Abidjan: The African Development Bank, under the leadership of its African Natural Resources Center (ANRC), hosted a series of events at Mining Indaba 2016 in a concerted campaign to support African Governments in their efforts to attract sustainable and environmentally friendly investment.