ETIC


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AcronymDefinition
ETICEngineering and Technology Industry Council
ETICEscola Técnica de Imagem e Comunicação (Portugal)
ETICEnterprise Turnaround Initiative Corporation of Japan (est. 2009)
ETICEnvironmental Teratology Information Center (database)
ETICEstimated Time for Completion (US DoD)
ETICEnvironmental Technology Industry Cluster
ETICElectric Transportation Industry Conference
ETICEast Turkestan Information Center
ETICEstimated Time In Commission
ETICEducation and Training Integration Directorate (Washington, DC)
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As the director-general of the ETIC, I have set goals to turn our centre into a technology hub where academia seamlessly bridges with industry to serve the needs of the UAE's governments in identified sectors.
Gen etic variation and covariation for ewe reproduction lamb growth and lamb scrotal circumference in a fall-lambing sheep flock.
Ernie and etic perspectives, while being theoretically rather than methodologically defined, have traditionally been associated with qualitative and quantitative methods respectively (Morris et al.
Etic perspectives, therefore, have the obvious advantage of using powerful scientific methodologies to empirically clarify Christian concerns.
Given the unavoidable influences of ideology, the ISM argues that greater objectivity in the relationship between psychology and religion requires three forms of research: etic, emic, and dialogic (Ghor-bani, Watson, Shamohammadi, & Cunningham, 2009; Watson, in press).
Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corporation (ETIC) of Japan, the state- backed fund that has led JAL's turnaround, will have 97 per cent of the voting rights in the carrier after injecting A[yen]350 billion of capital.
For instance, she calls our attention to the distinction, introduced as long ago as 1968 by the German scholar Roland Harweg, between emic and etic openings of narratives.
Esta distincion se convierte en categoria relacional, que operacionaliza la oposicion de enfoques emic y etic (2).
With support from the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corporation of Japan (ETIC), JAL is attempting to make quick, fundamental reforms while preserving its business value to a maximum.
"I hope we have the incentives next year because I am sure we will attract more productions with this advantage," says Veronika Finkova of Etic Films, a co-producer of international cable series "Borgias," moving into Barrandov for the winter.
JAL and ETIC have prepared a five-year business plan to raise the airline's net profit to 111.9 billion yen in the year to March 2015.