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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.)
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IR

, ir
Abbreviation for infrared.

Ir

Symbol for iridium.
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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
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IR

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

Symbol for iridium
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

IR

abbrev. INVERTED REPEAT.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

Ir

Symbol for iridium.
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* Any projects requiring financing in the form of loans or other debt instruments from IDO
He concluded his statement by highlighting the positive role that the Innovation Development Oman Holding SAOC (IDO) will play through achieving some of the National Innovation Strategy objectives that TRC will work to implement in the next phase, in collaboration with various innovation stakeholders in the Sultanate.
For the fuel purchase at Malaya plant and the IDO for PB 104, the required fee will be P25,000 each; P5,000 for SPPC procurement; P1,000 for WMPC and P25,000 for the lubricating oil needs of PB 104.
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Toshizo Ido secured a fourth four-year term Sunday, defeating a rival backed by the Japanese Communist Party in the gubernatorial election, the final vote count showed Monday.
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