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iridium

 (Ir) [ĭ-rid´e-um, i-rid´e-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 77, atomic weight 192.2. (See Appendix 6.)

IR

, ir
Abbreviation for infrared.

Ir

Symbol for iridium.

Ir

iridium.

Ir

symbol for the element iridium.

IR

1 abbreviation for image receptor.
2 abbreviation for interventional radiology.
3 abbreviation for inversion recovery.

IR

Abbreviation for:
immune response
immunoreactive
incident report
independent review, see there
index of response
individual referral
inferior rectus
infrared, see there
intelligence ratio/quotient
interim report
internal rotation Rehabilitation medicine
inversion recovery Imaging MRI
inverted repeat Molecular biology
ionising radiation

IR

1. Immune response.
2. Infrared, see there.
3. Internal rotation–rehabilitation medicine.
4. Inversion recovery–MRI.

Ir

Symbol for iridium

IR

abbrev. INVERTED REPEAT.

Ir

Symbol for iridium.

Ir

chemical symbol, iridium.
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IBAS also generates digital imagery that can be shared with joint service units and allied forces through the databus, modem and radios of the Bradley.
The Gen II FLIR in IBAS contains a 480-by-4 element infrared focal plane array detector inside the dewar.
Joining IBAS is something we'd consider, but we see it as an organisation for betting-office disputes, where there is a risk of human error.
Internet firms without a UK base are not eligible to join IBAS, which fears that unscrupulous operators would be able to abuse their membership.
He continued: "The Levy Board will be considering a proposal to become a funding agent of IBAS to enable it to fulfil a wider role.
The Mirror Group and SIS, who currently administer and fund IBAS, could set up a board of trustees with the Levy Board to oversee IBAS.
I know that this summer some bookmakers have refused point blank to join and, in another recent case, George Akins was originally in IBAS but left after a judgement went against him.
Then, if the punter still wants to bet without IBAS protection, it's up to him.
IBAS ruled that Akins should pay customer Betty Ward pounds 2,000 of the pounds 4,096 she felt she was due for picking four successful numbers.