ANIR

AcronymDefinition
ANIRAdvanced Networking Infrastructure and Research
ANIRAutomated Network Initialization and Reconfiguration
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Vikal Chandra Shakya, (1) Bikram Byanjankar, (1) Rabin Pandit, (1) Anang Pangeni, (1) Anir Ram Moh Shrestha, (1) and Bishesh Poudyal (2)
Interim head teacher Andrew McLachlan puts Harborne Academy's STAR Learners (from left to right) Marcus Harrington, Omar, Anir Gantugs and Maryam Rana in the spotlight.
Some of that convincing came with the help of the Anir Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by Biesemeyer and her daughter that promotes cultural understanding between people in the Americas, the United Kingdom and Southern and Central African nations through volunteer opportunities.
The AnIR, ZN-IR and CRL glove types were all well within the specification for unaged synthetic surgical gloves.
For instance, in the purged Spriggs dataset, there is a clear gradation from New Ireland to West New Britain to the Arawes (Table 1); this chronological gradient is not apparent in the Specht dataset, which seems to suggest almost simultaneous dispersal to Anir (off New Ireland) and West New Britain, with slightly later dispersal to the Arawes and Watom (Table 3).
Govrin, Anir. "The Dilemma of Contemporary Psychoanalysis: Toward a 'Knowing' Post-Postmodernism." Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 54.2 (2006): 507-35.
Tambien se encuentran asociados a organizaciones para la creacion e innovacion profesional: el 58,2% pertenece a las Brigadas Tecnicas Juveniles (BTJ) y el 22,1% a la Asociacion Nacional de Innovadores y Racionalizadores (Anir).
(3.) As Lihirians pushed for increased forms of local governance in the late 1980s, there was strong support for alignment with Tanga and Anir to form a single local level government.
Rajesh Anir Masih, aged 19, of Silverton Road, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, failing to produce a certificate of insurance, using a vehicle with a disconnected handbrake, fined pounds 330.