CHIR


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CHIRChiricahua National Monument (US National Park Service)
CHIRCommission of History of International Relations
CHIRCriminal History Information Record (Korea National Police)
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The worst part of the entire episode is that most of the fires are caused by the local residents themselves to get rid of fallen leaves of chir pine that block growth of grass for their animals or by forest officials to camouflage illegal cutting of trees with the connivance of timber mafia.
He said, 'Pine forests are biologically pyrogenic in nature (caused or produced by combustion or the application of heat) as fire is necessary for its growth where combustion helps removing thorns and shrubs grown at the bottom level that hinders Chir trees growth.
CHIR 99021 is a GSK-3 inhibitor commonly used in various small molecule cocktails designed for the reprogramming of adult cells into iPSCs (induced pluripotent stem cells) and differentiation of pluripotent stem cells into functional cells such as neurons.
The Battle for Sowchos 79, fought 7-8 December 1942, was the first major engagement on the Chir River.
Akamai Technologies will replace Chiron Corporation (Nasdaq: CHIR), the company said.
Tickers featured: ABGX, AMGN, CELG, CHIR, CTRX, GSK, MRK, NBIX, NVS, PFE, SHPGY.
Ice is a stacking chir, designed by Kasper Salto, which is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
Cyfansoddodd Pren Planedig mewn cyd-weithrediad a thri chir adnabyddus yng Ngogledd Cymru, sef Hogia'r Ddwylan, Cir Godre'r Aran a Chir Meibion y Rhos.
The Chief Conservator Forest KP further elaborated that most of the fires erupted in the Chir Forests of KP as the Chir Pine needles dropped on the ground were highly inflammable.
The local DFO said that around 15 Chir pine trees were partially or totally damaged when the Indian payload was dropped.
The formal start of Holi in Nepal starts with the erection of the "Chir" in the premises of the Basantapur Durbar Area, the old residence of Nepali rulers.