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Ado

Symbol for adenosine.

Ado

Abbreviation for adenosine.
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We now aim to bring this expertise locally to best support our customers in Abu Dhabi and Ados are the ideal partners to support this goal."
The ADOS ICAD Manufacturing & Service Centre will be operational by the third quarter of 2018 and will serve as its flagship location in the capital of the UAE, says a company spokesman.
Talks were inconclusive but the IRC recommended that members should continue to get ADOs when due pending further negotiations.
Andreea Popa has been appointed as ADOS - groups and events, bringing with her more than 10 years of international tourism and hospitality experience in delivering large-scale events and group business meetings.
"All the ADOS will be bound to ensure 100 per cent attendance at schools besides working for new enrollments," the source said while taking about the new incentive.
This diagnosis was based on the clinician's best judgment after a comprehensive assessment that included the ADOS, the DSM-IV, and the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised.
La Rencontre Thtre Ados also carries out many cultural outreach activities throughout the year and spearheads Quebecs largest improvisation league for high school students.
The facility will eventually have a one-stop shop for servicing both static and rotating equipment, where Emerson Automation Solutions, will establish a "Quick-Ship" control valve centre and John Crane a new mechanical seal service centre, says ADOS managing director, Zuhair Shehada.
Clause 17 of the relevant NSW Ministry of Health policy directive (PD2014_029 Leave Matters for the NSW Health Service) sets out that accumulated allocated days off (ADOs) cannot be transferred to another government agency or between divisions of the NSW Health Service.
ADOs Nisar Muhammad and Qadeer Shah distributed trophies and cash prizes among the students who exhibited their skills in the function.
A story in last month's Lamp referred to problems with accruing ADOs in the public health system.