IBNAInternational Baccalaureate North America
IBNAInstitute of Biology and Animal Nutrition (Romania)
IBNAIndependent Brokers Network of America (New York)
IBNAInsurance Brokers Network Australia, Ltd. (est. 1984)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Insurance Brokers Network of Australia (IBNA) had named Macquarie Group (ASX: MQG) its 'banker of choice' for its members because of the special insurance broker-focussed division operated by the bank.
(Reporting By Nour Merza; Editing by Myra MacDonald) *image from ibna.ir
According to the public relations department of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, book donation to the cultural complex was one of the programs of Iran's cultural attache office during Iran-Armenia friendship week, IBNA reported.
Ariful Haque Mollik, (1) Azmal Ibna Hassan, (1) Tridib Kumar Paul, (1) Mariz Sintaha, (1) Himel Nahreen Khaleque, (1) Farjana Akther Noor, (1) Aynun Nahar, (1) Syeda Seraj, (1) Rownak Jahan, (2) Majeedul H.
Dr Catalin Dragomir, Scientific Director at the Romanian National Institute for Biology and Animal Nutrition (IBNA), argues that there are also economic and country-specific factors favouring the occurrence of SARA.
Norouzie, in an interview with IBNA, compared Iranian and French library and information science disciplines and stated that "library and information science teaching methods in faculties have weaknesses which can be removed by knowing and interacting with faculties of developed countries." He described French LIS methods such as using teachers and experts for teaching monthly and quarterly and group teaching of a lesson by various professors.
But their efforts to increase voter turnout were face contradictory calls urging Arabs to boycott the elections for ideological reasons, like the Ibna al-Balad (Sons of the Country) which calls for boycotting in Umm al-Fahm.
Ibna Hassan, Asset officer I have been reading Gulf News for six years.
"As more and more word gets out, it piques attention, and other schools say, 'What can it do for us?'" observes Brad Richardson, the International Baccalaureate Organization's regional director for North America (www.ibo.org/offices/regions/ ibna).
In recent years, schools in California, Texas, Philadelphia, and New York that serve socioeconomically disadvantaged students have implemented IB Diploma Programs as a type of organizational-level reform effort designed to stimulate high achievement (personal interview, IBNA Executive Officer, January 24, 2005).
In this exclusive interview for IBNA, Reka comments his decision to enter the presidential race.