IRVAN

AcronymDefinition
IRVANIdiopathic Retinal Vasculitis, Aneurysms, and Neuroretinitis
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For example, Richard Irvan uses a combination of curriculum materials from History Alive!, We the People, and Teaching Tolerance, explaining that at the sixth-grade level most instruction is "direct and highly structured." Anne Christian's school uses the Scott Foresman textbooks published by Pearson Education for their social studies classes, but since the text "does not adequately--by the standards set by Democracy Prep--incorporate civics discussion," the school creates supplemental materials that she, as civics coordinator, writes and helps implement.
The case involved Cletius Irvan, who won $8.8 million from the Texas lottery in 1995.
Between 40,000 and 50,000 race fans crowded downtown for the event, to see former driver Ernie Irvan honored.
The binder was identified by Harold Anderson, Lindsborg, Kan.; Philip Marshall, Leesburg, Va.; Barry Navarre, New Tripoli, Pa.; Charles Swope, Needmore, Pa.; Irvan Cregger, Woodsboro, Md.; Tim Scott, Charleston, Ark.; Robert Corbat, Ft.
Willie Irvan put Alloa in front after 31 minutes and Ross Hamilton clinched victory 12 minutes from time.
The son of fisherman and singer Irvan Perez reflects on their hard life, and the miracle that his father found time or even a reason to write songs.
In one of his most moving qasidas, presumably composed when the Persian army had lost the cities of Ganja and Irvan (Yerevan), the poet's disappointment with the conduct of the war is transparent.
"22-year-old Irvan Saeed and two other girls were under intense military training in a camp in Qandai mountains in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region to be ready enough to dispatch to the anti-ISIL battles," Murad Khalaf al-Khaledi said, adding, "The girls had sworn to fight against the ISIL terrorists to take vengeance on those Takfiri terrorists who raped and abused them for several months."
Chairman of the Indonesia Iron and Steel Industry Association (IISIA) Irvan K.