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AIT

Abbreviation for:
adoptive immunotherapy
after-image transfer
anterior inferotemporal
antibody-incompatible transplantation (Medspeak-UK)
auditory integrated training
autoimmune thrombocytopaenia
autoimmune thyroiditis

AIT

Abbreviation for auditory integration training.
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Previously he worked for the Samsung CTO office at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT).
After the attackers caught up, a mass brawl followed, in which Sait was fatally stabbed as attackers shouted 'dip him.'.
WOUNDED: Hilda Canbullu's son Sait shows the bite he received from the dog Photo: James Connolly / PicSell; REPRIEVE: Yvette Scholl and Boss
Irwin said the new SAIT program will benefit not only this year's graduates but also other First Nations in the future.
Peer Mohaideen Sait, a former management consultant, has over 20 years of experience in the field.
Eight people have already been convicted of Sait's murder.
"We believe that the success of this initiative boils down to the fact that children are taught in an interactive learning environment," said Sait.
"Il est important de reconnaEtre, toutefois, que le Premier ministre est aussi le dirigeant d'un Etat moderne, qui sait quels sont les couts de toute action militaire, et d'apres nos consultations avec le gouvernement israelien, je pense qu'ils prennent ces couts, et les possibles consequences, tres au serieux", ajoute le president americain.
SAIT statistics show that Aboriginal peoples are under represented in the classroom and the direct result of that is under representation in the workforce.
The latest tape storage formats offer native storage capacities ranging up to 500GB (Sony SAIT) and a native transfer rate of up to 30MB/sec.
The NEC Corporation, a broadband, internet, network provider and the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), a product research facility, have announced that their jointly proposed new face recognition technology has been adopted for the MPEG-7 standard to be published in the spring of 2004.