ICANS

AcronymDefinition
ICANSInstitute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia (Canada)
ICANSInternational Collaboration on Advanced Neutron Sources
ICANSInternational Conference on Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors
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The Baltimore Amer- ican, of March 17, 1845, relates a similar case of atrocity, perpetrated with similar impunity--as fol- lows:--"~Shooting a slave.~--We learn, upon the au- thority of a letter from Charles county, Maryland, received by a gentleman of this city, that a young man, named Matthews, a nephew of General Mat- thews, and whose father, it is believed, holds an of- fice at Washington, killed one of the slaves upon his father's farm by shooting him.
The Heinrich Bll Foundation Berlin is delighted to learn that its partner organisation ICAN has been awarded this years Nobel Peace Prize and extends its congratulations.
We share the joy of our partners at ICAN and extend our congratulations with all our heart!
Chapter eight focuses on the re-engaging of young people in learning through the South Australian Social Inclusion Unit's Innovation Community Action Network (ICAN) model.
The author, a senior lecturer in the School of Education at the University of South Australia, contributed to the evaluation of the School Retention Action Plan and has managed research projects investigating programs for ICAN. This chapter investigates the social inclusion agenda in SA and the strategies involved in changing attitudes, values and cultures.
ICAN I accomplished many things: the gathering of so many good scholars gave respectability to the study of the ancient novel and reassured younger scholars that here was a valid field awaiting development; the large number of seminal ideas given voice resonated in the minds of the participants and enriched their research and teaching; the most popular genre in contemporary literature is the novel, and it was shown to have originated like epic, lyric, and drama in the ancient world, and though purveyors of modern literature are reluctant to admit it, the novel first arose in the classical world and not in 17th or 18th century Britain, France, or Spain; the ideas discussed at ICAN I demonstrated to all in attendance that what they were doing was worth a grown man's time.
Russina et al., Proceedings of 16th ICANS, Dusseldorf-Neuss, Germany (2003) p.
The International Civil Aviation Organization s (ICAO s) 2012 Air Services Negotiation Conference (ICAN 2012) concluded yesterday with participating States signing a total of 130 new air services agreements.
Kennedy and Bigtree often appear together at public events, while ICAN's website includes a link to Fisher's group.
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg generously congratulated ICAN on the prize, but she also said that Norway was not supporting the abolition of nuclear weapons, and she was abroad on 10 December.
The online channel, part of the iCan Web site www.ican .com, will provide information on vehicles, with emphasis on evaluating how they fit the needs or can be adapted to fit the needs of consumers with disabilities.
Some 440 negotiators conducted 550 meetings during the five-day ICAN marathon, which led to the signing and initialling of 530 air service agreements and arrangements.