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ASHA

Abbreviation for American Speech Language and Hearing Association.
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Every year, Iranians commemorate the Persian Gulf on the 10th day of Ordibehesht, the second month on the Persian calendar, which usually falls on April 30.
The rate as of the end of the month of Ordibehesht, ending May 21, was 9.1 percent when calculated as a 12-month average, which was one-tenth of a percentage point lower than the previous month.
24 July 2016 - 17:01 CBI: Foreign debt down in Ordibehesht The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Economic Indices website said foreign debt, including actual debts, reached $7.672 billion in Farvardin (March 20-April 19), while it was $7.597 billion in Ordibehesht.
"The run-off for some seats will be held in late [Iranian month of] Farvardin or early Ordibehesht [late April]," Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said, according to Reuters.
Mr Nematzadeh said the meeting of Iran-Uzbekistan Joint Economic Commission is scheduled to be held in the Uzbek capital Tashkent in the next Iranian calendar year's second month of Ordibehesht (April 21-May 21, 2015).
Characteristics of Shiraz hospitals Hospital Type Specialty Namazi G General Shahid Faghihi G General Ghotb-e-Din G Burns Alavi NG General Ordibehesht NG General Markazi NG General Shahr NG General Dena NG General Farahmand Far NG General Dr.
He was from the ancient and weighty family who hah high influence on people, because he referred to Dadash Taghizadeh on peak of Toudeh group who established Toudeh group on 17th, Ordibehesht, 1942 in Maragheh and declared correlation with democrat group.
It means that due to the raining seasons in the region and since the raining season is about 6 month from Ordibehesht to Aban, the possibility of the embankment and grained material exists.
"Given a new law approved in the month of Ordibehesht (starting on April 20) about the oil ministry's duties and authorities, the oil ministry has been given authority to close deals [with new terms]," in quotes carried by the semi-official news agency Fars.
Iran's non-oil trade valued at $11.7 billion in the Iranian months of Farvardin and Ordibehesht (March 21-May 21), Mehr News Agency reported citing the Iranian Customs Administration.
In the first quarter of the previous year, the country's external debt amounted to $23 billion in Farvardin (March 2011), $22 billion in Ordibehesht (April 2011) and $23 billion in Khordad (May 2011).