IMRAM

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IMRAMInstitute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (Tohoku University, Japan)
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He bowls medium pace, right-arm inswing and explained how, in his team's five-wicket win, he took six wickets in the over - those of opener Zaheer Ahmed, Zubair Mohammed Ayub, Abdul Rehman, Shahbaz Mir, Hassan Rehman and finally No9 Imram Farooq.
(3) Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials (IMRAM), Tohoku University, 2-1-1, Katahira, Aoba-Ku, Sendai 980-0877, Japan
According to Imram Mohammad, BIM manager AEB, "There is no limitation to BIM use; what the limitation is, is the lack of information as to what you can do with the BIM model."
Imram Naeem, a volunteer at the centre which is based on Woodlands Road, Middlesbrough, said: "This is the second year we have donated presents to children at local hospitals.
Imram Khaliq of Gainford Hotels, which employs 400 people, said: "They can be picked up from the airport or train station by our Rolls Royce chauf-f feur."
(151.) See, e.g., Niko Matouschek & Imram Rasul, The Economics
We had Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott for a large part of the season before and Imram Tahir, Ant Botha and Neil Carter and all of those guys were missing for big periods last season.
He is suspected of murdering Besnik Shehapi (26) and Imram Memeti (30) in Gostivar on 28 February.
In a report by the Emirates News Agency, technical advisor and FEWA engineer Jasim Imram said that the generators are equipped with flexible cables to allow them to be connected directly to distribution boxes to alleviate time lost, adding that they had been installed in an effort to improve services and ensure customer satisfaction.
September 25, 2011 (PHILIPPINES): Philippine security forces killed an Abu Sayyaf Group sub-leader, identified as Imram Asgari, in Zamboanga city.--UPI, September 27
Add to that Esther Rantzen, Imram Khan and Arnold Schwarzenegger who have all been burned in the world of politics.
The story follows a love starved Iraqi girl in her late twenties, Sarab, who through a series of journal entries imagines meeting the renowned novelist Nael Imram. Eventually realizing her desire, a love affair ensues.