INAO

AcronymDefinition
INAOInstitut National des Appellations d'Origine
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O conflito entre os dois sistemas suscitou disputas entre o INAO e os produtores acerca da necessidade de novos parametros de classificacao, levando a paulatina incorporacao de convencoes industriais: metodos de conducao da videira, uso de insumos, irrigacao, vinhos varietais, etc.
According to the CFO, in November 2007, Lara (not her real name) and other Filipinas were recruited by Inao to work in South Korea on the condition that they had to marry Koreans.
The INAO, through its regional committees, certifies new appellations and AOC applications from new parcels and producers (or denies them).
Em 1935, segundo o autor, foi aprovado o sistemajuridico de Apellation d'Origine Controllee e criado o Instituto Nacional das Apelacoes de Origem (INAO), organismo estatal sob tutela dos Ministerios da Agricultura e Economia que regulamenta as acoes de organizacoes que utilizam apelacoes de origem controlada.
Finally, in 1935, the French government passed legislation creating the Institut National des Appellations d'Origine des Vins et Eaux-de-Vie (INAO) under the Ministry of Agriculture.
A good choice that's smaller, are the 5.5-ounce INAO glasses, which are used by MW candidates.
Naharin travelled to NDCW's Cardiff Bay home to add the finishing touches to the dances that were taught to the dancers by his two assistants, Yoshifumi Inao and Rachael Osborne.
Para el INAO (Instituto Nacional del Origen y de la Calidad), por ejemplo, un terroir es desde 2002: "un espacio geografico delimitado en el cual una comunidad humana construyo en el transcurso de su historia un conocimiento colectivo de produccion fundado en un sistema de interacciones entre un medio fisico y biologico, y un conjunto de factores humanos.
Tokunaga Y, Shirahase H, Yamamoto E, Inao R, Hamaguchi S, Kanaji K, et al.
The defendants had been contacted by the Comite Interprofessionnel des Vins des Cotes de Provence and by the Institut National Des Appellations D'Origine (INAO) and advised that the use of the term 'La Provence' on their wine labels breached the Act.