EDIREuropean Diploma in Radiology (France)
EDIRÉquipe Départementale d'Intervention Rapide (French: Rapid Intervention Departmental Team)
EDIREnhancing the Development Impact of Remittances (International Organization for Migration)
EDIREuropean Defence Industry Restructuring
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Following the jury's findings, he said in a statement: "To hear the detail of the last moments of Edir's life has been an extremely traumatic experience for the whole family and is something we will never be able to erase from our minds."
Edir, theologian and founder of the BPA, gave a seminar titled "Black People and Liturgical Celebration."
The 59-year-old bishop is the nephew of Edir Macedo, who founded the most popular Pentecostal sect in Brazil, the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God.
Los jovenes organizados o no, se convierten en "termometro" para edir los tamanos de la exclusion, la brecha creciente entre los que caben y los que no caben, es decir, "los inviables", los que no pueden acceder a este modelo y que por tanto no alcanzan el estatuto ciudadano (Reguillo, 2000:148).
Liliane Cunha Aranda [1], Marcelly Mancini [1], Francisco Zacaron Werneck [2], Jefferson Da Silva Novaes [3], Marzo Edir Da Silva-Grigoletto [4], Jeferson Macedo Vianna [5]
Binit Sureka, MD, DNB, MBA, MNAMS, DHA; Kalpana Bansal, MD; Ankur Arora, MD, FRCR, DNB, EDiR
The biggest-selling books in Brazil over the last two years have been autobiographical works by Edir Macedo, who founded the powerful Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in 1977, and owns the country's third-biggest media group.
In the first two years of the project, EDIR's revenue has nearly doubled projected amounts.