ATHE

AcronymDefinition
ATHEAwards for Training and Higher Education (UK)
ATHEAssociation for Tourism in Higher Education (UK)
ATHEAssociation for Theater in Higher Education (Boulder, CO)
ATHEAssociation of Home Economics Teachers
ATHEAnti-Tobacco Health Education
References in classic literature ?
"Can't we bre athe a little fresh air, and escape being annoyed by strangers?"
James Kemp ATHE Consumer Rights act says that services, such as window cleaning, must be carried out with reasonable care and skill, failing which the trader has to carry out the service again or provide a refund.
AThe floor is probably concrete direct to the ground.
Of the non-Muslim voters, there are 408 and 371 male and female Ahmedi voterasa in the district Sahiwal.a aThe data is silent on transgender population.
aThe petitioner assured the court that he would be paying N4,000 as monthly feeding allowance for his childa through the court.
During a meeting with Chaudhry Mushtaq, Director Admin GCUF here on Friday, Dr Zawar Hussain Sherazi, a representative of ATHE UK in Pakistan, said that in the beginning, a postgraduate diploma level-7 in strategic management had been planned at GCUF and gradually other disciplines in business management, tourism and hotel management would be launched.
ATHE scheme, which started this month, is scheduled to run for three years.
ATHE SFL have listed their candidates for March's Goal of the Month and they include Dieter Van Tornhout's winner for Kilmarnock in the League Final against Celtic.
Zarma social structure and wisdom about conflict and resolution are revealed through stories such as aThe Hyena and the Harea and aThe Donkey and the Lion,a tales of trickery and deceit that teach listeners to pay attention, analyze behavior, and beware of greed and chicanery.
John Lofthouse Tadcaster, N Yorks ATHE curse of Scotland is said to have come from the legend that nine diamonds were once stolen from the Crown of Scotland and a tax was levied on the Scottish people to pay for them.
AThe E.coli public inquiry was set up by the National Assembly in response to the outbreak, which started in September 2005.