CIRAN

AcronymDefinition
CIRANCentre for International Research and Advisory Networks (The Netherlands)
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The very serious Ciran looked up from his cord and mike packing.
"Howzit, Ciran." I actually didn't give a rip how things were going with him, but I always try to be polite.
En marzo de 2006, el Secretariado del CIRAN recibio ofrecimientos de la Republica Checa, Mexico, Kuwait, Tunez y Marruecos para realizar el simulacro.
When it comes to attacking Ciran Duffin has loads of pace up front and he is sure to keep the opposition defenders on their toes.
MAKING MUSIC: Ciran Burke, Lydia Beswick and Robyn Regan from Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann group at St Michael's Irish Centre in Everton, left, and with other members of the group, above Pictures: GARETH JONES/GRJ240609I
The home defending was chaotic with Ciran Kilheeney twice hitting a post in the opening five minutes as Radcliffe threatened to run riot.
Beloved husband of Margaret, a dearly loved father and father-in--law to Stephen & Catherine, Angela & Nial and a loving grandpa to Ciran, Owen, Christopher and Marian.
The visitors were gifted the lead on 22 minutes when Ciran Kilheeney's shot slipped under a despairing Chris Parry.
The tie had finished 2-2, with Iain Dyson netting a double for Town and Ciran Kilheeney replying.
RTE's Den 2 duo Aidan Power and Mary "The Mammy" Martin were joined by Ruth Cassidy IBTS donor attendant and transfusion recipient Ciran Murphy.
The full forward line of Ger Keane, Ciran Considine and John Daley was highly effective and between them got most of the first scores.
Scotland paid dearly for their weakness in the tackle which gifted soft tries to fullback Ciran Clarke and a first for Woods.