LIRSLagos Internal Revenue Service (Lagos, Nigeria)
LIRSLutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
LIRSLow Inter-Reference Recency Set
LIRSLizard Island Research Station (Australia)
LIRSLong Island Radiological Society (New York)
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We estimate that Halyk's capital buffer is sufficient for the bank to increase LIR coverage of impaired and restructured loans to 100% and still maintain a 9% FCC ratio.
I am honored to be addressing this critical issue at the LIRS's Public Safety Unions: Communication Issues In The 21st Century Seminar ".
Linda Hartke, LIRS President and CEO said in the statement: "In its first 100 days, we have seen efforts to block refugees and migrants who are fleeing violence in their homeland from entering our country...The notion that certain countries or ethnicities pose more of a danger than others is baseless at best."
The lifetime incidence rates (LIR) of developing cancer from exposure to different DBPs through different pathways were calculated using (2).
LIRS leaders gave employees the option of working from home on Tuesday, after Monday night's riots.
It has a pool of replacement policy containing LRU, LFU, and LIRS etc.
Zhang, "LIRS: An Efficient Low Interreference Recency Set Replacement Policy to Improve Buffer Cache Performance," in Proceedings of the 2002 ACM SIGMETRICS Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems, (SIIMETRICS'02), Marina Del Rey, 2002.
As Local Internet Registries (LIRs), network operators, hosts and content providers find it harder to obtain IPv4 address space, the move to IPv6 will quicken, in particular for new services that are deployed.
In practice, the US Office of Refugee Resettlement (USORR) contracts with a number of religiously based NGOs, most notably Church World Service (CWS), Catholic Relief Services (CRS), World Relief (WR), Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), and Hebrew Immigration Aid Society (HIAS).
Statement from LIRS and 16 Bishops of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in