TRAID

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TRAIDTextile Recycling for Aid and International Development (UK)
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On the 26th of July, Extinction Rebellion, together with Maria Chenoweth, CEO of Traid, and Safia Minney MBE, Founder of People Tree, delivered a letter to the BFC, calling on them to cancel London Fashion Week.
That is, for fixed vertices e, I and for each aI [member of] GI, the traid (e, I, aI) exists in Ne(G, I).
The fluorescence intensity of the supernatant was measured using a TRAID LT ELISA reader (Dynex technology, VA, USA) with excitation at 485 nm and emission at 535 nm.
Traid, the smallest of the seven, has ceased writing new business and is in run-off.
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Its global success is reflected by its strong leadership in the region, especially in the UAE, where its products are currently distributed through key partners Systronics, Traid, Scan Technology, Pancyber, and Software Solution in the UAE.
Perceived emotional intelligence, stress reactivity and symptom reports, Furthers explorations using the Traid Meta-Mood Scale.
Embodied in the traid are three essential principles of the universe - rajas (the cause of desire), sattva (mercy, goodness and intelligence) and tamas (darkness or inertia).
TRAID (Textile Recycling for Aid and International Development), the leading fashion recycling charity in the UK, visited the North East for the first time to take part in The Big Shop, the region's first major shopping festival.
In order to separate the data collected for transit buses, I found a similar database, the Canadian Traffic Accident Information Data System (TRAID), that does include data unique to transit buses.
TRAID (Textile Recycling for Aid and International Development) has a ReMade collection which features designs made from recycled garments.