GARS


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AcronymDefinition
GARSGilliam Autism Rating Scale
GARSGlycinamide Ribonucleotide Synthetase
GARSGlobal Absolute Return Strategy (Standard Life Investments)
GARSGroningen Activity Restriction Scale
GARSGlobal Area Reference System
GARSGeek Article and Review System (vBulletin)
GARSGeological Applications of Remote Sensing
GARSGovernment Administrative Rate Supplement
GARSGreen Action Resource Station (Natural World Museum)
GARSGovernmental Accounting Research System
GARSGlobal Asset Recovery Service (IBM)
GARSGlobus Advance Reservation Service
GARSGeneral Application Restraint System (aviation)
GARSGateway Association of Recreational Smokers (St. Louis, MO)
GARSGustavus Adolphus Rex Sveciae (Latin: Gustav Adolf King of Sweden)
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GAR initially grew and prospered as a de facto political arm of the Republican Party during the heated political contests of the Reconstruction era.
Here, we present the first dHMN-V reported case of Nigerian descent with a novel variant of unknown significance (VUS) on the GARS gene that we postulate results in atypical and heterogeneous phenotypes within a single family.
In 2014, LDA and GAR set up a joint venture company dedicated to transport LDA and GAR cargoes within Indonesian waters.
Pursuant to the decision taken by the company's board of directors on 19 June 2015 MegaFon completed the transaction to acquire 100% of the share capital of GARS.
On 18 May 2010, longnose gars were observed throughout the afternoon to be engaged in vigorous spawning activities in a rocky shoreline on the north side of Lake Texoma at the University of Oklahoma Biological Station, Marshall County, Oklahoma; 33.88[degree]N, 96.80[degree]W.
Equitable announced plans to cut the size of the final bonuses paid to its 90,000 GAR policyholders in January 1994.
Equitable alleges E&Y was negligent and in breach of duty in failing to report that the society's accounts in 199799 did not include proper provision for GARs and in failing to include a warning in the 1999 and 2000 accounts of the risk of losing the GAR case in court.
Equitable alleges that Ernst & Young (E&Y) was negligent and in breach of duty in failing to report that the society's accounts in 1997-99 did not include proper provision for GARs and in failing to include a warning in the 1999 and 2000 accounts of the risk of losing the GAR case in court.
1990s: GARs become expensive to honour due to falls in interest rates and inflation.
Therefore, GARS is a $5 per day supplement on all official government and military rentals worldwide as stated in the MTMC Agreement: GARS will reimburse the Company for those costs incurred which are peculiar to doing business with the government, including the application of the agreement terms and conditions on a worldwide basis, the rental of vehicles to employees under the age of 25, acceptance of properly licensed fellow government employees on official business as additional drivers, and a guarantee of rates for at least 60 days.
Non-GAR policyholders will be given a 2.5pc uplift in their policy in return for agreeing not to sue the society over not being told about the full extend of the GAR liabilities when they were sold their policy.