UNIS


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AcronymDefinition
UNISUniversidad del Istmo (Spanish: Central University; Guatemala)
UNISUniversity Centre in Svalbard (Norway)
UNISUnited Nations International School
UNISUniversity of Surrey (Guildford, England)
UNISUnited Nations Information Service
UNISUkrainian National Information Service (Ukranian Congress Committee of America; Washington, DC)
UNISUtah Notification and Information System
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As a result, Unis Union has informed Western Digital that it has decided to terminate the agreement under which Unis Union would have acquired a 15% equity stake in Western Digital for USD 3.775 bn through the purchase of newly issued Western Digital common stock at a price of USD 92.50 per share.
Tony Shaw, head of Mary Hare School in Newbury, Berks, said the ban left Molly without Unis for less than two hours a week.
John Breakey, CEO, UNIS LUMIN states, "It is adoption of technology that generates the power of productivity, not the invention or implementation of technology."
MMR also plans to work with UNIS to provide electronic safe deposit box storage solutions based on its MyEsafeDepositBox to the financial, legal and insurance industries, which UNIS will help MMR introduce in China.
She is survived by her three children, Edward Unis of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Joan Loureiro and her husband Anthony of Hudson and Barbara Unis of Hemet, CA.
Pakistan-born Unis's naans and pakoras went back on shop shelves earlier this year.
Unis is a joint initiative of the four Norwegian universities of Oslo, Bergen, Tromso, and science and technology (formerly Trondheim).
So this year, when he arrived at UNIS, he was no longer a scared kid wandering among a crowd of unfamiliar faces.
Shaheen Unis has been in Scotland since the late 1960s and is the MD of Edinburgh's only ethnic food manufacturer, a substantial food manufacturing business and a company that thrives on her enterprise, energy and creativity.
Even more surprising than Svalbard's tourist industry is the success of the UNIS research centre, or `University Courses on Svalbard', a private foundation established in 1993 and owned by Norway's four universities at Oslo, Trondheim, Tromso and Bergen.