SAFAS

AcronymDefinition
SAFASScottish Association of Flower Arrangement Societies
SAFASSecurity and Fire Alarm System
SAFASStudy Abroad for Advanced Skills (Association of Teachers of Japanese)
SAFASSorority and Fraternity Alumni Society (Ohio State University)
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Naseer, Safas and others to carry out IED blasts in Kozhikode City in protest over the denial of bail to accused persons involved in the Marad Communal Riots of 2003 at Kozhikode district.
The absorbance was read at 412 nm on the Safas UV/VIS spectrophotometer.
SAFAs, palmitic acid, stearic acid, and myristic acid, were slightly increased by K application.
The dominant SAFAs, MUFAs, and PUFAs were consistent between species and across rivers (palmitic acid, 16:0; oleic acid, 18:1n-9: and ARA, respectively).
"The president would call Hassan and say, 'Help me here, help me there,'" Business Week quoted Akbar Ghahary, a Nemazee friend and chairman of Safas Corp., a Clifton, New Jersey-based maker of countertops.
Choking back his tears, Indian shopkeeper Hussain Safas, 24, told of his tragedy as he stood not far from what was once his 13-year-old business, with which he supported his entire family.
FAs were calculated by summing saturated FAs (SAFAs; n = 9), monounsaturated FAs (MUFAs; n = 8), PUFAs (n = 17), n-6 polyunsaturated FAs (n-6 FAs; n = 6), and n-3 polyunsaturated FAs (n-3 FAs; n = 9) with 12-24 carbon atoms (all cis isomers).
Triplicate measures of the luciferase activity were performed 24 h after transfection, using the Dual-Luciferase Reporter Assay System[TM] (Promega) and Xenius XL[TM] luminometer (Safas) equipped with double injectors.
Safas Corporation has been granted a patent for a fluid coating composition comprised of a crosslinkable liquid resin matrix, wherein the resin is an unsaturated polyester resin containing therein uniformly distributed a crosslinked particulate resin granule containing an inorganic filler and visually differentiable from the matrix resin alumina trihydrate from 0.5%-5% by weight of the composition of an acrylate phosphate obtained by the reaction of a phosphorus penta oxide with hydroxy acrylates and a crosslinking accelerator containing 0.1 to 2.5% by weight of the composition of sodium carboxylate wherein the carboxylate moiety has from 6-22 carbon atoms and 0.1 % -2.5% of dimethyl or diethyl acetoacetamide.
Akbar Ghahary--CEO and Chairman of the Board at Safas Corporation