DARR


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AcronymDefinition
DARRDelft Atmospheric Research Radar
DARRDigital Accident Research Recorder
DARRDepartment of Army Regional Representative
DARRDirect Antiglobulin Rosetting Reaction
DARRDirect Anti-Determinant Rosetting Reaction (immunology)
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In their analysis of the 2004, 2008, and 2012 elections, Levendusky and Darr (2014) did explore the impact of Democratic field offices on turnout.
Darr added that individuals' right to peacefully protest "is still our last recourse against all the crises going on around us.
The online doctor's visits, which are covered by the school, are one-tenth the cost of an in-person visit, according to Darr.
This apparently includes such well known and highly respected scholars as Nancy Bowen, Katheryn Pfisterer Darr, Ellen Davis, Julie Galambush, Paul Joyce, Jon Levenson, Margaret Odell, Karl-Friedrich Pohlmann, Karen Schoplin--and the author or this review.
According to official sources, the vehicle with five extremists on board exploded in village Darr in Central Kurram Agency.
Our dedication is to our members' financial future, which includes lower cost financial services and keeping more cash in their pocket," said Kimberly Darr, president/ CEO of Front Royal Credit Union.
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) and Darr (health services management and leadership, the George Washington U.
Carol Darr reported in a poster presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group.
Elizabeth Breathwaite Student Leadership Award winners, from left to right: Kathy Darr, Fenae M.
While they may not be familiar with specific green building standards, with a majority of owners implementing some type of energy efficiency design in the past year it is obvious that LEED is forcing the issue of energy efficiency," said Darr Hashempour, vice president of energy solutions at PinnacleOne.