INDIG

AcronymDefinition
INDIGIndigenous
References in classic literature ?
He wiped his lips, using the napkin with indig nation, and looking at me.
Indig, Devon, Libby Topp, Bronwen Ross, Hassan Mamoon, Belinda Border, Shalin Kumar, & Martin McNamara 2010 2009 NSW Inmate Health Survey: Key Findings Report.
Int J Indig Health 11(1):3-5, https://doi.org/ 10.18357/ijih111201616045.
or that a special use resulted in a special benefit to the locality." (12) And in Indig v.
(58.) See Indig & Gal, supra note 57, at 66-77; Wolfgang Pape, Socio-Cultural Differences and International Competition Law, 5 EUR.
"Because SEO is a dynamic, fast-paced industry, none of my days are the same, but a typical day includes answering emails, plus meetings, calls, and consulting at client sites," Indig says.
With this funding, Phreesia will continue to develop new, innovative services that bring value to both the company's clients and their patients, said Phreesia chief executive Chaim Indig.
Prisoner populations are characterised by individuals whose lives are affected by structural inequalities reflected by poor educational attainment, unemployment, social isolation and/or mental illness (Indig et al.
For instance, American advisors in the jungles of World War II actually led more often than they advised, but by Vietnam they commanded less and worked with the "indig" more.
Prevention needs to be improved in areas of high VH endemicity where indig enous populations live (mostly in Amazonia).
2010), and for alcohol and drug-related injuries (Indig, Copeland & Conigrave 2009; Indig et al.