RENAM

AcronymDefinition
RENAMResearch and Educational Networking Association of Moldova (Republic of Moldova)
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The renamed Explorer's Restaurant onboard the DFDS Princess Seaways
In simulations, NMPB-Routes-96 method is used for noise propagation as suggested in EU Noise Directive (EU 2002) and RENAM (RENAM 2010).
According to current "Environmental Noise Assessment and Regulation" in Turkey, suggested maximum value of exposure from road traffic is 68 Leq dB(A) according to settlement region type (RENAM 2010).
The ReNaM has a regional structure with the Operative Regional Centers (CORs) that actively research cases and classify asbestos exposure, according to the National Guidelines [15].
Malignant mesothelioma due to non-occupational asbestos exposure from Italian national surveillance system (ReNaM): Epidemiology and public health issues.
"[15] "It must be clear," she wrote, "to every far-seeing mind that the subject of woman suffrage will be the next great question entering into national politics." [16] By November she renam ed the paper The Pioneer, proudly noting on the masthead that it was "devoted to the promotion of human rights." [17] Advocating the feminization of politics, she wrote that suffrage would not be "the work of a day...
BARRS HILL ANGELS: (left to right, front) Seema Jassal, Neeta Lakhani, Manpreeth Kalsi, Reena Chander, (back) Maryam Yousif, Kavita Parekh, Renam Mann, Mita Patel, Hibah Bano, Keranjit Poonia, Mandeep Kharia and Vanita Punj.
For example, to address productivity, Renishaw has implemented a quad laser system on its RenAM 500Q, where each of the four lasers can address any area of the plate.
The Regulation on Environmental Noise Assessment and Management (RENAM 2010) which was prepared in harmony with the relevant European Directive (Directive 2002/49/EC), was published in the Official Journal of Turkey and put into force in July of 2005 and revised in 2010.