ILIAS


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AcronymDefinition
ILIASIntegriertes Lern-, Informations- und Arbeitskooperations System (German open source learning management system)
ILIASIntegrated Large Infrastructures for Astroparticle Science (project; EU)
ILIASInterdisciplinary Lab for Intelligent and Adaptive Systems (University of Luxembourg)
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"I think that gives the BSP the reason to raise interest rates to make sure the gap between interest rates and inflation is not too big because we still see high three percent inflation rate next year," Ilias said.
'We project the impact to peak in mid-2018 to around 3.9-4 percent year-on-year as consumers receive both the direct and indirect impact from TRAIN implementation,' Ilias added.
According to Ilias, the Philippines will be riding a wave of higher interest rates seen developing next year, starting with the US Federal Open Market Committee executing a total 75 basis-point interest-rate increase in 2018.
Die tweede hoofstuk, "Die Ilias op die weegskaal van die tyd", plaas die gebeure van die Ilias kortliks in historiese konteks (die titel is dus weereens nie heeltemal van toepassing nie), terwyl die derde hoofstuk, "Konteks", 'n baie nuttige en leesbare kort opsomming van die inhoud van elke boek van die Ilias gee.
"If a business is shipping a lot of volume under that arrangement, it can eventually start losing money," Ilias explains.
"Ilias is a terrific lad and technically a very good player.
Mohamed Ilias Khan delivered a medical lecture on the vital role played by Maternity and Childhood Welfare Department in healthcare and social awareness, indicating that this department is considered to be the first of its kind within the Gulf region.
Ilias said: "Without my father I wouldn't have the raw materials to make a success of myself and by studying at College I have managed to hone these skills while learning new ones."
Opening half-hour follows Ilias (Armenian vet Arto Apartian), a proud father celebrating the marriage of his daughter in his home village in central Greece, whither he's returned with his younger wife, Eleni (Maria Skoula), after a long spell in Germany.
Nasreen Ilias took a somewhat troubling report of her own performance and used it as inspiration to create a reminder system that appears to be improving the care of her patients.
Terre d'ombre brulee opens as a painter emigre, Ilias, sits on a Parisian bench in Clichy freezing to death.
Originially published in German in 1956 as "Verwundung und Tod in der Ilias", by Peter Jones and now published in a new editon as Battle And Battle Description In Homer: A Contribution To The History Of War by the editoral and translation team of Peter Jones, Malcolm Willcock and Gabriele Wright is now expertly available in English (the Greek passages as well as the German), and enhanced with a preface that places the work in terms of oral theory, as well as a a full appendix.