AIF


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AIF

Abbreviation for:
adherence-inhibiting factor
anaemia-inducing factor
anterior inter-body fusion
area investment framework (Medspeak-UK)
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Overall, the expression of AIF was stronger in DLBCL than in SLL/CLL, but there was no significant difference in the frequency of expression between these 2 lymphomas (P > .
At the beginning of last year, AIF found itself in what Arida calls "a very precarious financial state.
In most cases, the AIF authorities would have none of this.
Since its founding in 2001, AIF has raised and deployed more than $70 million to support its programs that have impacted the lives of 1.
RCI presented the donation to the AIF at the opening General Session of ARDA World 2016.
Clare Wilkinson AIF you have already prepared the place you're going to plant them, then they should hardly know they've been moved.
The Center for Fiduciary Studies confers the AIF Designation as well as the Accredited Investment Fiduciary Analyst[TM] (AIFA[R]) Designation.
An ASEAN source said the structure of the AIF has already been accepted by the member countries.
Just over two and a quarter years later the battalion was a victim of the AIF lack of reinforcements and was one of the first three AIF Battalions disbanded in May 1918.
At the end of World War I, the AIF senior Catholic chaplain, Fr Tom King, whose dedicated service had been honoured by his being invested as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire, by HM King George V at Buckingham Palace, was further honoured when His Holiness, Pope Benedict XV, created him a Domestic Prelate at St Peter's in Rome.
The bank has agreed for this investment into AIF to be used for supporting woman-led Small and Medium Enterprises in the region.
0% of the units, increases Hansteen's unit-holding in AIF to 40.