AUR

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AcronymDefinition
AURArbeit und Recht (German: Work and Law; legal journal)
AURAssociation of University Radiologists
AURAntimicrobial Use and Resistance
AURAcute Urinary Retention
AURAmerican University of Rome (Italy)
AURAvailable Upon Request
AURAll Up Round
AURArch User Repository (Arch Linux repository for user packages)
AURAutomated Underreporter
AURAdvanced User's Reference (Hewlett-Packard Development Company, LP)
AURAverage Unit Retail
AURAverage Unit Revenue
AURAccess Usage Record
AURAsociación Uruguaya de Radioprotección
AURAsset Utilization Ratio
AURArea Under Roof (construction)
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Compiled and edited by Lisa Colletta (Professor of English and Director of the Communication and English Program at the American University of Rome), "The Legacy of the Grand Tour: New Essays on Travel, Literature, and Culture" examines the ways in which the legacy of the Grand Tour is still evident in works of travel and literature.
In 1969, the American University of Rome, known as AUR, was founded as a college for study-abroad students.
This conference is presented by the University of Rijeka Center for Iconographic Studies (Croatia), the Museum of Russian Icons, Clinton, the American University of Rome, Italy, and the Institute for the Study of Culture and Christianity, Belgrade, Serbia, in cooperation with the Harvard University Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia).
Jennifer Griffiths teaches for The American University of Rome and the Iowa State University Rome Program and writes for the American Academy in Rome.
This project included a workshop in Rome titled "The Art of Teaching Italian through Italian Art." She also served as Trustee and Secretary of the board of the Foundation of the American University of Rome. Dr.
"A government like that might be able to stay on its feet, but it's not clear how it would govern," said political scientist with the American University of Rome and a frequent commentator James Walston.
The movement "has no spokesman or clear mechanism for deciding on policy," said James Walston, a professor at the American University of Rome. "It might dissolve in a few weeks, it might develop an independent statute or it might stay under Grillo's direct control," he said.
Among the participating institutions are: Concord University, Drexel University, Fontbonne University, Moore College of Art and Design, Northern Arizona University, Pace University, Saint Michael's College, San Mateo Community College District, The American University of Rome, University of San Francisco, College of Lake County, Eastern Illinois University, Oklahoma City University, Drury University, and Illinois Institute of Technology.
The applications of its 12 successful graduates for admission have been accepted by Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, Texas A&M Qatar, Carnegie Mellon University Qatar, Georgetown University Qatar, Colorado State, University of Washington, Florida A&M University, University of Texas-Arlington, Texas Southern University, Penn State, American University of Rome, Arizona State and Kings College, London.
Fini has finally come out into the open from his guerrilla warfare and has declared open war," said James Walston, political science professor at the American University of Rome.
In an article published in the Sacred Architecture Journal, Breda Enis, a professor of fine arts at the American University of Rome, attacked the church for failing to properly accommodate its 8,000-plus members.
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