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Irad

(ī`răd), in the Bible, Enoch's son.
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The authors are grateful to the staff of MINEPIA, PAPA/ ADFL Program and Veterinary Research Laboratory IRAD Wakwa for allowing the collection and analysis of samples and to cattle professionals of the North and Adamawa Regions of Cameroon for their generous cooperation.
Ince et al., "Clinical profiles and outcomes of acute type B aortic dissection in the current era: lessons from the international registry of aortic dissection (IRAD)," Circulation, vol.
However, to demonstrate that a FAR 6.302-1(b)(2) J&A is a reasonable indicator for technical data licensing rights or intellectual property issues, this article draws on Rogerson's (1994) IRAD analysis technique to demonstrate a correlation between IRAD and FAR 6.302-1(b)(2) exceptions.
Importance of refractory pain and hypertension in acute type B aortic dissection: insights from the International Registry of Acute Aortic Dissection (IRAD).
The arrested culprits were identified as Muhammad Tahir, Irad Ali and Lal Badshah and started further investigation in this regard.
The ALTAIR platform provides "mind numbing performance in a small form factor", advancing DARPA's original investment into SeeMe, and fueled by internal company IRAD, focusing on our customer needs into next generation high performance space systems for LEO, GEO, and deep space missions that are responsive, resilient, high performance and affordable.
Cameroon's Institute of Agricultural Research for Development (IRAD), together with international partners, has developed improved rice varieties that are more resistant to climate extremes, as well as farm technologies to increase rice productivity.
technology, enhance the linkage to industrial R&D (IRAD), and increase open systems to make modern technology more accessible.
He is to be ridden for the first time by Irad Ortiz, who replaces regular rider Christophe Soumillon, and will face only seven rivals after Todd Pletcher scratched Carpe Diem on Monday and Kenny McPeek withdrew The Truth Or Else.
In this context, the 'Hariri family' refers to former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's widow and five of his children who collectively own a holding company called Irad Investment, which in turn owns or part owns companies that have bought half the land in Dalieh.