ELARD

AcronymDefinition
ELARDEuropean Leader Association for Rural Development
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Elard said there had been problems last year with squatters sleeping in storage cupboards inside the tower.
Also attending the meeting where Nick Hartmann, UNDP Deputy Resident Representative; Jagjeet Sareen, from the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change; Ricardo Khoury, from the Lebanese ELARD environmental consulting firm; as well as diplomats, members of NGOs, AUB faculty, and staff.
(23.) Rielly NE, Cunningham CE, Richards JE, Elard H, Mahoney WJ.
TRIBUTE: Worshippers gather at St Theodore's Church to pray for the explosion victims Photograph: MARTIN ELARD
(1079 - 1142) French scholastic philosopher and theologian Ab elard studied under Roscellinus (b 1050), exponent of extreme nominalism, then under William of Champeaux (1070 - 1121), supporter of realism.
Andersen of IBM, Talal Sheikh Elard of Impact BBDO, Mike Fair- burn of Sony Music & Entertainment, Maria Gedeon of Vox Cinemas, Andreas Keller of Weber Shandwick, Ash Banerjee of Landor and Asmaa Quorrich of Think Big Consulting.
Representatives of UNDP and of the Elard Group -- a regional consultancy company commissioned by UNDP for the purpose of the report -- did not agree to an interview with The Daily Star to discuss their findings.
Alberto Perales Cabrera [1,2], Alfonso Mendoza Fernandez [1,2], Elard Sanchez Tejada [1,2], Eric Bravo Basaldua [1,2], Lorenzo Barahona Meza [2], William Aguilar Rivera [2]
For molecular epidemiologist Elard Koch, PhD and lead author of the research, an epidemiologic correlation does not necessarily imply causation.
According to ELARD Group, a private environmental consulting firm, environmental requirements for real estate projects are stipulated in law 8633/2012.
Jun Kanno, (1) Lesley Onyon, (2) Shyamal Peddada, (3) John Ashby, (4) Elard Jacob,n (5) and William Owens (6)