INEF

AcronymDefinition
INEFInternational Network on Ethnoforestry (est. 1999)
INEFInstitut Nacional d'Educació Física
INEFInstitut National d'Education et de Formation (French: National Institute of Education and Planning, Paris)
INEFIrish Needle Exchange Forum (Ireland)
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La conformacion de un campo medico-deportivo que impulsara la investigacion y actuara como foro experto capaz de influir la practica deportiva y la politica sanitaria nacional, venia asi a satisfacer demandas a las que instituciones como la DGTG, el INEF o la Escuela de Fisioterapia, creadas en circunstancias y con objetivos muy diferentes, no podian dar respuesta.
Institute for Development and Peace University of Duisburg-Essan INEF Report 89.
For discussions of the potential for conflict between the protections that these agreements afford to corporations and human rights, see Luke Eric Peterson, Human Rights and Bilateral Investment Treaties (2009), available at http://www.etoconsortium.org/nc/en/library/ documents/?tx_drblob_pil_[downloadUid]=38; Marc Jacob, International Investment Agreements and Human Rights (INEF Inst.
Effects of oral niacin on endothelial dysfunction in patients with coronary artery disease: results of the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled INEF study.
The age group has two representatives; Judiciary and Inef GREYLAMI'S most lucrative payday on the Flat came at Kempton when he won the Rosebery Stakes in 2009, and the Robert Mills-trained six-year-old will return there today to make his jumping debut, writes Rodney Masters.
Benitez was given the accolade at Madrid's INEF, the place where he studied for his degree, with the ceremony taking place in the Jose Maria Cagigal Auditorium.