SHIF

AcronymDefinition
SHIFStaff Health Insurance Fund
SHIFSvenska Handikappidrottsforbundet (Swedish Sports Organisation for Disabled)
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En una de ellas, Shif, una de las colaboradoras de Vygotsky, pedia a ninos de segundo y cuarto grado de educacion basica que completaran una serie de frases que terminaban con las palabras porque y aunque.
The frequency shif t on Ch1 shifted downward corresponding to the sample injection.
There is a major shif within the broadcast environment to IP workflows, where IP is underpinning the broadcast ecosystem as manufacturers move towards IP video production, playout and other solutions, notes LiveU's Artman.
Up until young Ethiopian owners Meles and Shif were granted a lease from the Africa Wildlife Foundation, this was common grazing land; part of the pair's proposal for the new hotel was to involve local community wherever possible.
Shif work, hCLOCK T3111C polymorphism, and endometriosis risk.
In the Wilayat of Nizwa in the Governorate of ADakhiliyah, light rain fell on / Saih Qutnah, Hail Al Yemen, Al Manakhir, Al Shif, Al Roos, Al Sharija, and Seeq in the Niyabat of Al Jabal Al Akhdar.
Mohammad Samir Hamad of Al Shif Hospital told Gulf News that some of the families have even buried their dead in some dilapidated houses near the hospitals.
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Al Mutnabbi's influence on other cultures will further be discussed through Shif Al Alil, which was put together in India in 1782, and tackled Al Mutanabbi's poetry.
The first half of the current AEJ special issue is comprised of eight original manuscripts, primarily contributed by members of the AEJ Board of Editors in areas of particular interest to John: labor (Richard Cebula, former executive committee member and IAER board member), monetary/international (Mohammed Dore, former IAES president Franz Gehrels, Gail Makinen); health, education, and welfare (Gary Ferrier, Shif Gurmu); cost efficiency in the not-for-profit sector (former IAES president Joseph Hughes); and cultural economics (Milton Marquis).
On June 13, the patient, K.B., presented her prescription to a pharmacist at Bait Al Shif Pharmacy adjacent to the New Medical Centre (NMC) Hospital in Abu Hail to apparently buy medicine to treat infertility.