SAFIRE

AcronymDefinition
SAFIRESouthern Alliance for Indigenous Resources (Zimbabwe)
SAFIRESurface-to-Air Fire
SAFIRESpectroscopy of the Atmosphere Using Far-Infrared Emission
SAFIRESubmillimeter and Far-Infrared Experiment
SAFIREState Automated FISMA Reporting Environment
SAFIREShipboard Airborne Forward-Looking Infra-Red Equipment (US Navy)
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The continued support from the Royal Danish Air Force, who not only participated in the original SAFIRE design but was also one of its first users, establishes FLIR Systems as the international leader in COTS thermal imaging systems," he concluded.
Safire Racing, which also bagged the award for the best verbal presentation, will have another shot at the trophy at Austin, Texas.
Rezaei noted Navid (Promise) satellite was launched by Safire B1 and was placed in the exact position in its orbit, as stressing the locally-made satellite carrier Simorgh would be built soon.
Also joining Safire Racing in Abu Dhabi will be team Blackbird X from the Indian High School in Dubai, who finished second.
n Members of the winning (and rookie team) UAE Senior Champions 2012 team, Safire Racing of the German International School Dubai
As writers, William Safire and Irving Kristol followed very different paths.
However, the neoconservatives have lost two of their prominent figures in only two months: Irving Kristol passed away on September 18, and his death was shortly followed by that of William Safire on the 27th of the same month.
However, the neoconservatives have lost two of their prominent figures in only two months: Irving Kristol passed away on the 18th of September, and his death was shortly followed by that of William Safire on the 27th of the same month.
The 68-year-old music veteran recognised the song immediately as a number called I Never Heard that was was released by Puerto Rican singer Safire in 1991.
A version of the SaFire song, called "I Never Heard," was posted on YouTube on Monday.
Many were saddened to hear of the passing of William Safire.
One of Israel's strongest supporters in American journalism, William Safire, died Sunday, a few hours before the start of Yom Kippur, at age 79.