IQAB

AcronymDefinition
IQABInternational Qualifications Appraisal Board (North American Certified Public Accountant qualification organization)
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Cars and trucks once used by Daesh stood abandoned on the road as the convoy made its way toward Talet Iqab al-Eish.
IQAB evaluates education, examination and experience requirements to assure state boards of the substantial equivalency of the other designation.
Muhaddith Urmawi (Teheran, 1370/1950), kitab 'iqab al-a'mal, chapitres 15 ('iqab man shakka fi amir al-mu'minin), 16 ('iqab man ankara al Muhammad haqqahum wa jahala amrahum--nous avons vu que souvent haqq et amr sont synonymes de walaya) et 17 ('iqab man lam ya'rif imamahu), 1: 89-93.
The AICPA and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) jointly established IQAB to negotiate international reciprocity agreements.
A third suspect, Iqab Mujab al-Otaibi, fled but was later arrested wearing an explosives belt, the ministry announced last Sunday.
According to 'Iqab Mamduh al-Marzuqi, the narrator of the story, "it took him six months to cross the [Turkish-Syrian] borders and achieve his dream.
Iqab bin Saqer Al-Lwiheq, Undersecretary of Makkah Region Principality, as member in the Board of Directors of Al-Balad Al-Ameen Company for Development and Urban Development and the Board of Directors of Jeddah Company for Development and Urban Development, representing Makkah Region Principality.
For Punjab Stars, Irshad Khan took 3 wickets while Tanweer and Iqab got 2 each.
Iqab Saqr, member of Parliament and spokesman of the Future Movement, accused Hezbollah of trying to paralyse normal life in the country.
A joint AICPA/NASBA international qualifications appraisal board (IQAB) analyzed the education, examination and experience requirements for obtaining the Canadian CA designation.
In the U.S., the AICPA and the National Association of State Boards of Public Accounting established the International Qualification Appraisal Board (IQAB) to facilitate the implementation of GATS provisions related to the granting of reciprocity.
The rational intellect has no power of moral judgment, of distinguishing between morally rewarding acts (tha-wab) and those that are punishable (iqab).