SAON


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SAONSelf Adaptive Offset Network
SAONSustaining Arctic Observing Networks (Arctic Council)
SAONSecondary Addressable Object Name
SAONSouth Australian Orthopaedic Nurses
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AOS is a task of SAON under the auspices of the Arctic Council and the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC).
"The unique thing about the last model is that it not only learns from positive examples but also takes advantage of negative examples, so it gets smarter as it goes and performs better where similar speech patterns are repeated," Saon wrote.
The remaining 13 influenza A rRT-PCR positive samples from Enisala and Saon were confirmed by the Romanian National Reference Laboratory and the Global Pathogens Laboratory at the University of Florida, respectively; however, no virus was isolated or sequenced from the remaining 13 samples due to low viral load.
(7) See: Stelian Saon, Agricultura Romaniei in al doilea deceniu interbelic, Brafov: Transylvania University Publishing, 1999.
Themodes' hairwi be styed by staff at theWhiteroom saon and cothes wi be donated by Wish, Garb and Hannigans.
YN Yr Herald, Tachwedd 29, yr oedd Glyn Heddwyn, Trawsfynydd, yn sAOn am ysgubau yYad.
In Constanta, Romania, I was served lunch by angel-faced nuns at Saon Monastery.
Puth Chan Theavy, the lawyer for the CFF's deputy chief of information, Gil Bit Saon, told reporters at the court that the trial process would take 10 days.
Ross's father Sam had rushed to his saon's flat after he failed to answer the phone.
Know Hydro Electric Potential MW Indus River 21,850 Upper Swat 295 Lower Swat 670 Cholistan Tunnel 162 Chitral River 318 Kabul River 240 Kurrum River 87 Gomal River 110 Jhelum 900 Saon 109 Kinhar 500 Chanal River 27 Total: 25,268
Relevant organizations included the International Arctic Science Committee-Atmosphere Working Group (IASCAWG; www.iasc.info), the Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks (SAON; www.arcticobserving.org), and the Arctic Council's Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP; Table 1).