FAAR

AcronymDefinition
FAARFlint Area Association of Realtors (Flint, Michigan)
FAARForward Area Alerting Radar
FAARFinnish Association for Aerosol Research (est. 1983)
FAARFatty Acid-Activated Receptor
FAARFellow of the American Academy of Rome
FAARFederal Aviation Administration Requirement(s)
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The industry has long supported technologies that keep impaired drivers off the road, such as alcohol sensor monitoring and ignition interlocks, said Ralph Blackman, FAAR's president and chief executive.
The PPARs consist of three isoforms: PPAR[alpha] (NR1C1), PPAR[beta]/[delta] (NR1C2; NUC1; FAAR fatty acid-activated receptor), and PPAR[gamma] (NR1C3).
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Army as a Vulcan FAAR repair technician with tours in Korea and stateside from 1976-82.
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Farko (faar means sheep, and ko means cow in Danish) is a semi-soft cheese that adds the distinct, slightly tangy flavor of sheep's milk and melds it with the smoothness of cow's milk for an extraordinary texture and flavor.
Comparacion clinica y genetica en los pacientes con Friedreich Parientes Parametros 1 2 3 4 5 6 GAA3 541 415 536 545 511 692 GAA2 790 415 536 751 511 839 Edad inicio 11 18 20 20 20 8 Edad actual 15 27 33 32 42 31 Severidad 2 1 1 1 2 3 Arreflexia + - - - + + FRDA Clasico + - - - + + FAAR - + + + - - Negativo - - - - - - expansion GAA Parientes Parametros 7 8 9 10 11 GAA3 691 670 2 5 1 GAA2 848 670 2 5 1 Edad inicio 5 16 3 5 31 Edad actual 9 21 7 12 37 Severidad 1 1 1 2 1 Arreflexia + + + + + FRDA Clasico + + - - - FAAR - - - - - Negativo - - + + + expansion GAA Severidad 1: Marcha autonoma, 2: Marcha con apoyo, 3: Silla de ruedas.
In August 1949, she was recommissioned and sent to the Faar East where she stayed until November 1951 and the Korean War.