IMIR

AcronymDefinition
IMIRInformation Management and Institutional Research (Indianapolis, IN)
IMIRInzynierii Mechanicznej I Robotyki (Polish: Mechanical Engineering and Robotics)
IMIRIn Vivo Molecular Imaging Research (University of Leuven; Leuven, Belgium)
IMIRImminent Myocardial Infarction Rotterdam Study (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
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The NGOs have a positive experience in overcoming this situation: IMIR, for example, has, for six years, been implementing the stipend program "Rodopi" (Rhodopes) for Turkish and Muslim Bulgarian children living on the border and remote regions in the Eastern and Western Rhodopes.
* International Centre for Minority Studies and Intercultural Relations (IMIR)
Imir Nahro Ahmed, 29, of Marsland Close, Edgbaston, Birmingham, breach of the peace, bound over in the sum of pounds 100.
The game between Woodside and FC Beehive produced a nine-goal thriller, Woodside's (Ray Cox, Liam Atherton, Timmy Bigland) three goals were all in vain as Premier Division Beehive's marksmen Imir Adam (2), Dan Murphy, Sean Houghton, Gareth Owen and Steve Darcy scored six.
Sofia: International Center for Minority Studies and Intercultural Relations (IMIR, 55 Antim I St., Sofia 1303); Birmingham, UK: Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations (CSICMR, Theology Dept., University of Birmingham, Selly Oak; B29 6LQ), 2001.
I learned many little-known details about the Pallas meteorite and its intriguing history during my 1997 expedition to its fall site on Mount Bolshoi Imir in the wilds of south-central Siberia.
Values of GFP for the species that had more than 5 analysed stomachs (Ibor = Imparfinis borodini; Tric = Trichomycterus sp.; Imir = Imparfinis mirini; Cihe = Cetopsorhamdia iheringi; Rque = Rhamdia quelen; Czeb = Characidium cf.
Ultra-nationalist Vlad- imir Zhirinovsky's Liberal Democratic Party had 15.6 per cent but experts believed this was likely to fall once all the results were counted.