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VRA

The rough-air speed. It is the recommended equivalent air speed for flight in turbulence. MRA is the recommended Mach number for flight in turbulence.
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With the feasibility study over, The Chronicle is reliably informed that the government, through its institutions such as the VRA, will be engaging the chiefs, land owners and individuals whose landed properties may be affected by the project to release land for the construction of the dam.
While researchers have examined VRA's impact on turnout and representation, these studies focus on the 1965 implementation of the Act and thus are unable to disentangle the effects of preclearance from the simultaneous abolition of literacy tests, which were among the most-discriminatory tools ever employed in the U.S.
She said in Botswana the VRA team made up of a partnership of the University of Botswana (UB) and OXFAM, a charitable organisation from the United Kingdom to carry out the Adaptation at Scale in Semi-Arid Regions (ASSAR) project focused on barriers and enablers of adapting to climate change at various scales in semi-arid regions.
In addition to the otorhinolaryngological evaluation procedures, acoustic immittance measures and TEOAE, all children were submitted to the investigation of the electrophysiological thresholds by air and bone pathways through the ASSR and the minimum levels of responses by air and bone pathways via VRA. The order of the procedures was random, according to the behavioral state of the child, whether in sleep or alert.
She said the off-taker (VRA) had established a payment security arrangement for gas consumed to halt 'debt accumulation going forward.
of the VRA, particularly section 2 of the Act as interpreted by the
(35) As a result, Johnson asked for the "god-damnedest, toughest voting rights act you can devise." (36) Congress answered by passing the VRA with the approval of both Republicans and Democrats.
But such insulation is not carried over when state power is used as an instrument for circumventing a federally protected right." (29) With this holding, the Supreme Court demonstrated that the VRA was a check on the States' suffrage power.
Landscout allows the user (or operator) to classify, manage, merge, and export attributed image VRA zone-maps directly to the Operations Center.
Rather, they are the result of bipartisan legislation known as the Voting Rights Act (VRA), the Higher Education Act (HEA) and the Hart-Celler Act (HCA), which were motivated by the civil rights movement and college student activism.
Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) and the Volta River Authority (VRA), a Ghanian state-owned entity, have successfully started commercial operations at the expanded T2 power plant in the West African country.