ARAR


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AcronymDefinition
ARARApplicable or Relevant and Appropriate Requirements
ARARAlgemeen Rijksambtenarenreglement
ARARAssociazione Ravennate Astrofili Rheyta (Italian astronomy association)
ARARAccident Risk Assessment Report
ARARAdvanced Roles and Responsibilities (Chantilly, VA)
ARARAccident Risk Assessment Range
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To the best of our knowledge it was for the first time that ophthalmic evaluation of the population in Arar city was performed to estimate the prevalence of VI and find out its leading causes.
Abu Dhabi Commercial Properties have no direct responsibility for the administration of the facilities for this particular property [Bin Arar Tower].
Arar was arrested by US authorities while transiting through New York's JFK International Airport in 2002, on his way home to Canada from a family vacation in Tunis.
On the TVPA claim, the Court agrees with the prior panel that Arar had insufficiently pleaded that the alleged conduct of U.
In Syria, Arar was allegedly held in an underground cell six feet long and three feet wide for approximately twelve months.
NEW YORK: Maher Arar, whose "rendition" to Syria is widely viewed as an egregious example of mistaken identity, has again been denied the right to appear in court, and Congressional efforts to rein in the George W.
Maher Arar, a Syrian-born Canadian, was stopped at Kennedy Airport in 2002 while returning from a family vacation.
In 2002, Maher Arar, a dual Canadian and Syrian citizen, was detained and accused by American authorities of being a member of al Qa'ida.
WHEN I SAW THE SMILING FACE OF MAHER Arar on the cover of the Western Standard ("The $10 Million Man," Feb.
After being interrogated for several hours, Arar was detained on suspicion of being an al-Qaeda terrorist.
They put me on this private jet," remembers one victim, Maher Arar, who was snatched from New York's JFK Airport on orders from the CIA and flown to Syria for interrogation.