Imla


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Imla

or

Imlah

(both: ĭm`lə), in the Bible, father of Micaiah the prophet.
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ADIB-Egypt has also inked as IMLA, the Term Sheet of Al Nouran Sugar together with the IMLAs Bank Audi and Banque Misr, in order to organize an Islamic funding facility worth EGP1.
ADIB-Egypt has also signed as IMLA, the Term Sheet of Al Nouran Sugar along with the IMLAs Bank Audi and Banque Misr, to arrange an Islamic finance facility for EGP 1.
at 1133 (quoting IMLA Brief, supra note 31, at 21) (noting that an IMLA survey documented municipalities' editorial control through a variety of factors, including "'prior submission requirements, design input, requested modifications, written criteria, and legislative approvals of specific content proposals'").
This flexibility is a result of FCI's novel IMLA (Insert Molded Leadframe Assembly) configuration, in which the performance of the connector system is independent of the location of the IMLAs relative to one another.
ADIB- Egypt, which served as the Initial Mandated Lead Arranger (IMLA) and the Global Coordinator as well as the facility and security agent, inked the syndicated facility with its head office; ADIB-Emirates, Arab African International Bank, Banque du Caire and the Arab International Bank as IMLAs.
Peter Williams, executive director of IMLA, said: "The market has become increasingly more difficult for intermediaries.
The formation of IMLA began last year in recognition of the need for an independent, non-aligned body to lead in the educational process regarding opportunities and appropriate methods of originating international mortgage assets.
3) Turkce yazdarda Turk Dil Kurumunun Imla Kilavuzu esas alinmali, yabanci sozcukler yerine olabildigince Turkce sozcukler kullanilmalidir.
One Solution for to Intensify the Research-Development, Innovation and Technological Transfer Activities in Romanian Maritime Universities, Proceedings of IMLA 16th Conference on Marine Education and Training, Guldem, C(Ed.
Peter Williams, executive director of IMLA, said: "The turmoil in the financial and mortgage markets was attributable not to an actual problem with the credit quality of UK mortgage books, but concerns among investors that UK lenders could encounter the same problems as have occurred in the US.