ISIAIstituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche (Italian: Institute for Industrial Arts)
ISIAInternational Ski Instructors Association (Belp, Switzerland)
ISIAInformation and Software Industry Association (Hong Kong)
ISIAIrish Security Industry Association (est. 1972; Dublin, Ireland)
ISIAIce Skating Institute of America
ISIAIowa Sheep Industry Association (Sibley, Iowa)
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While Rao led ISIA was the largest, other associations that merged to form NSAI were led by Mahyco (Association of Seed Industries), MNCs like Monsanto (All India Crop Biotech Association) and Namdhari (Seed Association of India).
On 13 November 2006, at MCZ - Carlo Zauli Museum in Faenza, Italy, thanks to his friendship with Director Matteo Zauli and Davide Servadei who facilitated the meeting, Ontani held a talk for the public and students of ISIA and ISA Ballardini, conducted within the exhibition Mondays of Contemporary Art by poet and sculptor Giovanni Scardovi.
Instead, they followed the ISIA approach to financial wholeness.
His role as ceramics professor, both at ISIA (The Institute of Industrial Arts, Faenza) and at the prestigious and renowned School of Drawing, Tommaso Minardi, are the privileged settings where Mirco Denicolo is able to express and transmit these feelings and goals.
MONIKA ISIA JASIEWICZ, I owe a debt of gratitude to Professor Jack Balkin for advising the project from which this Comment stems.
Baigent and his staff at the ISIA Tatura chemistry laboratory conducted the analyses of the water samples.
Lorna's ISIA citation read: "In doing what she did, Lorna put her own life at risk by entering the water.
Les McLindon, the ISIA chief, said: "The industry employs 12,000 people and has a turnover of more than EUR350million annually - and yet it has been totally unregulated.