DAORDigital Agency of Record
DAORDischarge as of Right (UK)
DAORRevue Internationale du Droit des Affaires-Internationaal Tijdschrift voor Ondernemingsrecht (French and Dutch-language business law journal)
DAORDowney Association of Realtors (est. 1946; California)
DAORDiscrete Analysis and Operations Research (conference)
DAORDefensive Area of Operational Responsibility
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The relationship has since grown from a single-campaign media engagement to a DAOR relationship in which United Bank takes advantage of nearly all the services provided by the agency.
Chan eil math a bhith a' toirt a chreidsinn nach eil e daor a dhol a dh'aiteachan eile.
"Additionally, those under the age of 18 years three months who have passed their statutory period for DAOR, but who are clearly unhappy in their service, may be considered for discharge from the armed forces provided that their unhappiness has been registered with their commanding officer before reaching the age of 18."
Pic constructs a complicated montage, intercutting among the discussions and three different sets of musical commentaries: Palestinian rap group DAM, a three-man embodiment of globalized pop culture; singers David Daor and Dikla, shown singing against such symbolic settings as Haram al-Sharif's Al Aqsa Mosque; and composer-drummer Tamir Muskat, soloing on his drum kit with a burlap sack over his head.
Jozic's response is to kick out Prosinecki and Suker and revert to a 3-5-2 formation with Robert Jarni and probably Daor Vugrinec given a
In the following lists, the core words may read backwards or forwards: often they read in both directions, eg DAOR and ROAD, but in this case ROAD is not mentioned because it occurs with that meaning in the source word or phrase.
By the end of the 6O and the beginning of the 70s a more or less regular curriculum of Indian, Chinese, and Japanese studies was held within the regula r curriculum of the Philosophy Department, by Joel Hoffman (Japan, Zen), Dan Daor, and later, from the mid-80s, Yoav Ariel (China) and Shlomo Biderman (India).