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AIF

abbreviation for
(Historical Terms) (formerly) Australian Imperial Force
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The 2-tailed Fisher exact test was performed to compare the expression of AIF and HtrA2/Omi between DLBCL and SLL/ CLL.
Clearly, one criterion the AIF seeks in its photographs is idiosyncrasy.
Entering the sixth year of Applied India's partnership with AIF we are extremely proud to be a part of the Digital Equalizer program which is aimed at bridging the digital gap for students in government schools across India.
John Heawood, managing director of Ashtenne Asset Management, the division of Warner Estate responsible for the asset management of AIF, said: "The combination of the refinancing and the equity raised has given the Ashtenne Industrial Fund a solid base upon which to build, paving the way for a recovery in value through the next few years.
This 88 key digital piano is equipped with the tri-element AIF sound source, which provides 128 note polyphony and allows notes to reverberate naturally without being cut off during high-speed passage, giving the sound of a grand piano.
In order to place the Russian contribution to the AIF in context, it needs to be realised that AIF enlistments amounted to 416,809.
I look forward to continuing to work with the AIF for the years to come.
AIF is a nonprofit organization led by the American Resort Development Association (ARDA) that serves to advance knowledge of the industry through its comprehensive market intelligence and enrich careers through education.
8% of the units in issue and increases Hansteen's holding in AIF to 83.
The AIF said that, on average, festivalgoers spent PS466 at the venue and in the local area.
Rene Bruelhart, director of the AIF said that the move would bring the Vatican fully into line with international standards for transparency in financial exchanges.
The AIF said its members had banned the sale of legal highs by traders on-site at their events, a move welcomed by Wynford Ellis-Owen, chief executive of the Welsh Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs.