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GIAGemological Institute of America
GIAGroup Internal Audit
GIAGlobal Industry Analysts (various locations)
GIAGroupe Islamique Armé (Armed Islamic Group; terrorist organization)
GIAGeneral International Area
GIAGallagher-Iba Arena (Oklahoma State University)
GIAGrowth Inhibition Assay
GIAGirls in Action
GIAGhana International Airlines
GIAGhana Insurers Association
GIAGross Internal Area (surveying measurement)
GIAGroupes Islamiques Armés (Armed Muslim Groups, Algeria)
GIAGovernment Information Awareness (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
GIAGaruda Indonesia Airways (now Garuda Indonesia)
GIAGaming Intelligence Agency
GIAGlobal IP-Anycast
GIAGuaranteed Interest Account
GIAGregorian Institute of America
GIAGeothermal Implementing Agreement
GIAGeophysical Institute, University of Alaska
GIAGeneral Indemnity Agreement
GIAGastrointestinal Anastomosis
GIAGuaranteed Investment Account
GIAGob Image Analyser (glass production)
GIAGroup Insurance Arrangement (IRS Form 5500)
GIAGovernment Inspection Agency
GIAGeo Informatics and Applications
GIAGamextreme Interaktif Ansiklopedi (Gamextreme Interactive Encyclopedia)
GIAGreater Iraqi Army
GIAGeography in Action (educational class)
GIAGenomics in Aquaculture (International Symposium)
GIAGlobal Investment Analysis
GIAGrassy Infiltration Area (Bonner County, ID)
GIAGaussian Impulse Antenna
GIAGeorgetown International Academy (Guyana)
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Summary: Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], Mar 07 (Businesswire-India): GIA (Gemological Institute of America) India held a panel discussion on "Synthetic Diamonds: Challenges and Opportunities" at Hotel Hyatt Ahmedabad on March 5th, 2018.
Started in 1946 by Harold and Theresa Steffan, this fourth-generation team features Max Cannon, a graduate in diamonds from the gemological Institute of America, and Karly Bulinski, the appraiser at Steffan's and a graduate gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America.
People care." Man-made diamonds have been around for more than 60 years."The first scientific discovery of growing a diamond in a lab was in late 1954," said Gemological Institute of America President and Chief Executive Susan Jacques.
He gained comprehensive experience in key positions in the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), the Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences (AIGS) and the GE-belin Gem Laboratory.
The mapping, cleaving, laser-cutting and polishing of the 404-carat rough by experts in New York resulted in a 163.41-carat diamond, later categorised by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), as D colour and flawless.
Tenants include Gemological Institute of America (GIA); DeBeers; Isaac Davidowitz; and Manfra Tordella & Brookes
"We had a look and said ...'I think that's a diamond and we got it tested at the Gemological Institute of America."
The Pink Star diamond was the largest internally flawless, fancy vivid pink diamond ever graded by the Gemological Institute of America, (http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/2017/the-pink-star-hk0770.html) according to Sotheby's .
The ' Pink Star', the largest Internally Flawless Fancy Vivid Pink diamond ever graded by the Gemological Institute of America according to Sotheby's, set "a new record for any diamond or jewel at auction", the auction house tweeted.
Patent licensing company Acacia Research Corporation (Nasdaq:ACTG) announced on Friday that its subsidiary, Diamond Grading Technologies LLC, has signed a settlement and patent license agreement with Gemological Institute of America Inc.
Syjuco, who attended the Gemological Institute of America, follows the modernist aesthetic of 'less is more.'
Gemological Institute of America, Santa Monica, California, USA, 270 pp.