EPIN

AcronymDefinition
EPINEuropean Policy Institutes Network
EPINEuropean Procurement Information Network (web-based subscription service)
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The larger firm is considered the registered user whose EPIN is reported on the return and the smaller firm is the actual preparer listed.
Bagis, who addressed the opening of the annual meeting of the European Policy Institutions Network (EPIN) in Istanbul, said the role assumed by Turkey and Brazil in overcoming the nuclear crisis with Iran was a method approved in principle by everyone.
England's World Cup started in typically nerve-wracking fashion lly n kend - with a desperate wee ng howler, hopes still epin d a huge party...anland World Cup roller Eng -as in full swing as nerv r wa -sung in the streets after ous fans s ing 1-1 draw with USA the grippi on Saturday.
Paya, European Public Opinion and Turkey's Accession: Making Sense of Arguement For or Against, EPIN, European Policy Institutes Network Working Paper no.
Ratification of the Lisbon Treaty: Problems not only in Ireland', CEPS, EPIN Working Papers, by Piotr Maciej Kaczy ski, Sebastian Kurpas and Peadar o Broin, September 2009, available at shop.ceps.eu
(73) Epin. 987B7: la esfera de las estrellas fijas se dice que "uno podria llamarla especialmente [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]".
The second primary parergon is Argonautica 4.2 12-29, whose parerga are Bacchylides, Epin. 5.
Enrico Bocchini, Chairman of the organisers EPIN, admitted at a press dinner before the exhibition that we might be seeing the last Mostra Navale held in Genoa.
Cek Cumhuriyeti'nde yapilan calismada Stropek ve Dvorak (39) epin kalkanei olan hastalarda cerrahi oncesi ve sonrasi agriyi AFI agri alt skalasini kullanarak degerlendirmislerdir.
List of plant species used for the traditional management of BPH, included Abrus precatorius (Oju ologbo); Adenopus breviflorus (Tagiri); alligator Pepper (Atare); pineapple; bamboo leaves; giant milk weed (Bomubomu); chili pepper; pawpaw; african star apple (Agbalumo); lime; coconut; kola nut; sand paper leaf (Epin) and bitter kola.