ENAR

AcronymDefinition
ENAREuropean Network Against Racism
ENAREastern North American Region
ENAREffect, Node, Action, Resource (security)
ENARElectro-Neuro-Adaptive-Regulator
ENARExtended Narrowing and Resolution (calculus)
ENAREastern North Atlantic Region (International Biometric Society)
ENARElection Network in the Arab Region
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Two consultants Enar and Zishan met the technical criteria.
ENAR Shadow Report 2013-2014, Programme of the European Union/Open Society Foundations/ENAR Foundation, Belgica, 2014; European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Rights Report 2016, Publications Office of the European Union, Austria, 2016.
Racist incidents in Ireland have surged in the second half of 2016, with an increase from 190 to 245, according to statistics released in a study Tuesday by the European Network Against Racism Ireland (ENAR).
(20.) Salama M, Cakmak H A, Cojansu K, ikitimur B, Karadag B, Enar RAkut koroner sendromlarda standart risk skorlamalariyla birlikte gelijteki NT-proBNP duzeyinin 6 aylik mortalite ve morbiditeye etkileri.
Pehrsson has either rested or axed several senior pros while others, among them Enar Jaager and Konstantin Vassiljev, are A glut of youngsters have been drafted in but this is a nation with a record that is dour.
Objective: To report the effectiveness and safety of the ENAR device as well as the conditions for which the therapy was employed and its perceived effectiveness.
Last January, the NEC said that it accepted requests submitted by several foreign bodies to monitor the elections including from the World Lake Conference (WLC), Election Network in the Arab Region (ENAR), Union of African Political Parties, as well as other institutions from Brazil, Russia and Nigeria.
Welbeck cut in from the left flank and let fly with a low shot, but Enar Jaager tracked back and cleared off the line.
The ball fell to Enar Jaager, but his half-volley was so poor it flew out for a throw-in, much to the amusement of both sets of fans.
The home crowd shrieked every time Estonia threatened, but that was not very often and when the ball fell to Enar Jaager his half-volley was so poor it flew out for a throw-in, much to the amusement of both sets of fans.