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ATARAustralian Tertiary Admission Rank (higher education)
ATARAspirin-Tolerant Asthma/Rhinitis (immunology)
ATARAntitank Aircraft Rocket
ATARAwareness Trial Availability Repeat
ATARAcquisition Tracking And Recognition
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Atar said Malacanang should have given the rehabilitation task solely to the more experienced and competent Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) rather than the TF Bangon Marawi.
Atar explained that Kiryat Shmona and Beit She'an have remained in the past few decades with the same number of residents, so the challenge is not simple.
Almost all patients (441/453 [97.3%]) were residents of Atar and the neighboring oases.
Atar Capital benefits from over 60 years of combined investing, operational and management expertise.
The statement said that Atar runs the only functional hospital in Bunj, in the northeastern part of South Sudan.
Aside from Atar, Jerome Succor Aba, chairman of militant group Suara Bangsamoro, would testify on his allegation that he suffered religious discrimination, arbitrary detention and torture in the hands of the US Department of Homeland Security and US Customs and Border Patrol.
This is of course nonsense, but in simplistic terms, it is the basis of the ATAR system.
Regional VAD StarLink, has signed a distribution partnership with ATAR Labs for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Summary: StarLink has announced the signing of the distribution partnership with ATAR Labs for the Middle East and North Africa.
That is how Sultan Abdul Hamidullah Atar described the planned rehabilitation of Marawi, the capital of Lanao del Sur province on the Philippine island of Mindanao, a year after the Maute Group, also known as the Daesh (ISIS) of Lanao, launched an attack on the city on May 23, 2017.
In southern Saudi province of Jizan, Katyusha rockets were fired toward Saudi army's gatherings in Aqaba mounts camp beyond Khubah and in Atar camp.
A report aired by a private news channel said , many hawkers and vendors on various roads and outside the mosques are selling caps, atar (perfume), jainamaz (prayer mat), tasbihs (prayer beads), surma (powder for eyes) and meswak (wooden tooth brush) in full swing.