WARAD

AcronymDefinition
WARADWindow of Atrial Rate Acceleration Detection
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Warad, Tautomeric origin of dual effects of N1-nicotinoyl-3-(4'-hydroxy-3'-methyl phenyl)-5-[(sub)phenyl]-2-pyrazolines on bacterial and viral strains: POM analyses as new efficient bioinformatics platform to predict and optimize bioactivity of drugs, Med.
bi-kutbi 1-arzami kitabun warad facial yada katibihi kullu yad
School to lingappa pujari house, laxman ankalga house to mahadevappa naikodi house bhagappa kudi house to kallappa pattar house, srikant warad house to siddharud math, siddharud math to gurumurthi doddi at kachapur village in jewargi taluka, dist.
Tenders are invited for Improvement Of Water Supply To Sunamuhin Bagdiha Park In Warad No.28 Under Baripada Municipality.
Text 6, 3 and 5: The context and pattern of slave sale texts suggests that these lines should be read as the PN who is owner and seller--thus the (ironic?) name Pater-e'el[ti] / dumu Sin-iddinam should be read (and indexed), rather than the PN Mar-[], or the freed status (warad pater e'el[[ti.sup.?]]) of the slave, which would be in conflict with his being sold.
Tenders are invited for Improvement Of Water Supply To Bhugudakata Park At Bhugudakata In Warad No.26 Under Baripada Municipality.
Ersan Imban Warad, general manager of RPMA-ARMM, said the conduct of the summit was aimed at soliciting diverse regional platforms from various investors, port operators, stakeholders and port users to explore potential business opportunities, discuss management strategies and development initiatives in the ports sector.
Tenders are invited for Construction of rcc esr at warad water supply scheme, tal.
/199 corresponds to /198/, except that the victim is described as warad awilim - "a man's slave" = "someone's slave." Roth renders "an awilum's slave," which seems too narrow.
Tenders are invited for Providing and laying water distribution line at ganapati hall centre to shete house warad chawl in prabhag no.27
der Gott in der nachsargonischen Zeit offenbar keine Rolle mehr spielt" ignores the important role Ilaba played with Dagan as patron deities of the Hana dynasty; the expressions: naram dilaba or warad dilaba are standard epithets of the Hana kings (Frayne 1990: 730-33).