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WMA

Windows Media Audio

WMA

(Windows Media Audio) An audio compression method from Microsoft. Known originally as MSAudio, this proprietary format competes with the MP3 and AAC methods. WMA encodes rapidly and is known to be especially effective at low bit rates. See Windows Media formats, MP3 and AAC.
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"They are also contrary to a number of key WMA ethical statements and declarations, and as such we are calling for their immediate withdrawal."
Approximately 250 acres of young forest are also present on the WMA. These stands were established by past timber harvests intending to regenerate areas where oaks were declining.
' Within these goals the WHO and WMA also recognised the critical importance of human resources for health, the role of physicians and their organizations,' he added.
Truth is, last year only around 2,000 NRs bought those season-long WMA permits.
In a new statement, the WMA said: "Many advertisements are in conflict with nutritional recommendations of medical and scientific bodies.
Roshan Pai, says "It is a true honor that the WMA has recognized the outstanding work the WSI Digital Atlas team has done.
In addition to this, UBS WMA will also make an equity investment in SigFig.
The RBI as the banker to the State Governments provides financial accommodation to the States banking with it through agreement to tide over temporary mismatches in the cash flow of their receipts and payments as WMA. They are intended to provide a cushion to the States to carry on their essential activities and normal financial operations.
The WMA allows hunting during primitive-weapons season that begins on November 11.
MANAMA: Winning the Web Marketing Association (WMA) Award this year marks a series of honours for Bahrain-based 4SPOTS, the interactive agency.
(3,4) Left ventricular (LV) wall motion abnormalities (WMA), LV systolic dysfunction and its association with cardiac troponin I in patients with SAH have been reported.