CIAG

AcronymDefinition
CIAGCareers Information, Advice and Guidance (UK)
CIAGCritical Incident Analysis Group
CIAGCritical Infrastructure Assurance Group (Cisco)
CIAGCity in a Garden (Singapore)
CIAGCenter for Integrated Animal Genomics (Iowa State University)
CIAGCírculo de Investigación de la Antropología Gnóstica (Spanish: Circle of Gnostic Anthropology Research)
CIAGCommunity Incident Action Group (UK)
CIAGConcorde International Agency Group (travel industry; Australia)
CIAGCanadian Industry Action Group
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The transaction is scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2013, CIAG said on Thursday.
In North Wales, the CIAG project helped to increase the number of economically inactive or unemployed adults accessing careers information, advice and guidance.
CIAG, in contrast, will provide real-time quantitative data, Villalobos says, using a wide range of advanced capabilities including inspection robotics, remote closed-circuit TV, electromagnetic inspection, digital sensors, and high-speed water-jet cleaning to expose pipeline surfaces.
While the independent variables remain the same, namely: FLIAG, FIAG, LIAG, WIAG, TWIAG, and CIAG, the dependent variables are now in terms of the small farms' relative shares.
Tenders are invited for Lan infrastructure for ciag based internet
1-6, http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname= 109_senate_hearings&docid=f:30597.pdf; George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) and The University of Virginia Critical Incident Analysis Group (CIAG), "Out of the Shadows: Getting Ahead of Prisoner Radicalization," HSPI and CIAG, Washington, D.C.
Como segundo destino de la Oferta Global Agricola se encuentra la materia prima para la agroindustria, cuyo valor monetario se representa (Figura No 1) con las siglas CIAg, que significa Consumo Intermedio Agricola.
Despite the attempts to ensure this consistency, upon a closer scrutiny of the experimental materials, I noticed that few compounds did not conform to this rule as it was either difficult to determine which of the two stems was more basic or both of them could be viewed as having an equal contribution to the semantics of the complex word (for example korkociag 'screwdriver', where korek 'cork' seems more central to the meaning of the compound than ciag 'pull').
app or a website) that is accessible at any time by young people aged 16+ who would not typically engage with ciag services.
(101) See George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) and The University of Virginia Critical Incident Analysis Group (CIAG), "Out of the Shadows: Getting Ahead of Prisoner Radicalization," HSPI and CIAG, Washington, DC, September 2006, http://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/internet/ciag/publications/ out_of_the_shadows.pdf.
There will be one detailed module with wording tailored to CIAG staff within SDS, one less detailed module with wording tailored to general SDS staff and one module with wording tailored to teachers/practitioners and partners (the last two of these modules are likely to be very similar with minor wording changes only)