RIETRegional Institute for Environmental Technology (Singapore)
RIETResearch Institute of Economy Trade and Industry
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Van't Riet and Mai Dubai's chairman, HE Saeed Al Tayer, thanked the firm's stakeholders for "their role in the company's success".
According to Van 't Riet, Mai Dubai's operations, including their total water treatment operation; bottle making; filling; packing; storage, dispatch and head office will be fully powered by solar energy, it said.
The idea for X-ray art was planted when van't Riet's colleague asked him to X-ray a painting.
In their review, Gillan, van der Riet, and Jeong (2014) found that schools of nursing did not adequately prepare their graduates to care for patients at the end of life and that students felt unprepared to deal with death and dying.
Christopher van Riet, managing director of Radius Group, which provides warehousing, pointed out how his company was building a huge warehousing and distribution center for the Moscow region for Leroy Merlin, the French DIY retailer.
Approximately 20% to 30% of women with a UTI will have a reoccurrence (Beerepoot, Geerlings, van Haarst, van Charante, & ter Riet, 2013); 10% to 20% of women with a UTI will experience another within a few months, and 27% within six to 12 months (Fihn, 2003; Franco, 2005; Zak, 2014).
Furthermore, personal relevance has been suggested to play a role in the effect of message framing on persuasion (Van 't Riet, Ruiter, & de Vries, 2012).
The opening ceremony included a speech by Dr Steve Lai, board member of the Regional Institute of Environmental Technology (RIET), Singapore who hailed the importance of the forum in promoting the exchange of knowledge and innovation, as well as furthering collaboration towards achieving complete sustainable development.
Port Perry, presented a handcrafted wall-hanging (pictured in the background) to their colleagues Marjory Ueckert (far left) and Riet Orde (far right).
Jacobus van der Riet. Pretoria: Protea Boekhuis, 2012.
Die Onsienlike Son, die debuut bundel van vader Jacobus van der Riet, 'n priester in die Oosters-Ortodokse kerk bevat 59 gedigte oor heiliges uit sy kerklike tradisie.