ITIR

AcronymDefinition
ITIRIntermediate Thermal Infrared Radiometer
ITIRInterruption TLB Insertion Register (IA-64 architecture)
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Itir Akdogan, Helsinki, University of Helsinki, 2012, 205 p., ISBN 978-952-10-7883-5, ISBN (elektronisk) 978-952-10-7884-2, (Media and communication studies research reports 2012; 1).
ITIR GUNES, "Aristotle's Notions of Theoria in Early Heidegger and Its Reverberations in Gadamer and Arendt." Adviser: Anthony Laden.
A Rs 1,000-crore financial city and the Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) are other infrastructure initiatives expected to come up and which are expected to drive a residential boom in the region.
Toksoz, Itir, "The Turkish Military's Perception of Instability as an External Threat and Terrorism", Defense Against Terrorism Review, Cilt 2, No 1, 2009, s.73-99.
Ali Itir, who drowned himself at the end of Oren's early novel Bitte Nix Polizei, reappears in the mature author's Berlin Savignyplatz, perhaps as an actor, perhaps as the real Ali who has not after all died, or perhaps as a psychological construct in another character's search for identity.
That changes when something suddenly interrupts the family's existence, confronting each of them in a different way: the death of the illegal worker Ali Itir, who becomes a victim of his understandable fear of the police and of deportation.
The Government of India recently issued an order to drop Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) scheme.
Speaking on the occasion he said "We compliment CREDAI for the great work and initiatives undertaken and the advice given to the government to bring in reforms and changes in the policies to benefit the industry and fuel the growth of the country." He further added that " The approval of ITIR , under government of India policy of 2008 for Hyderabad is unparalleled and will bring a marked change in the landscape of Hyderabad by attracting a lot of investments both into ITIR and the real estate."
** Department of International Relations and the European Union, Izmir University of Economics, itir.bagdadi@ieu.edu.tr