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CIO

abbr.
1. chief information officer
2. Congress of Industrial Organizations

CIO

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Congress of Industrial Organizations. See also AFL-CIO

CIO

or C.I.O.,

Congress of Industrial Organizations.
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Noun1.CIO - a federation of North American industrial unions that merged with the American Federation of Labor in 1955
federation - an organization formed by merging several groups or parties
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A new Rockefeller family enterprise, CIAR sought to increase interest and knowledge in Latin America through the sponsoring of cultural and public affairs programs.
That got written about in Time and Newsweek, which may have been why Stanton Catlin, the original director of the CIAR art gallery, invited me to do a show there.
CIAR described the proposed study to its board of directors as "a very significant enhancement over RJR nine city study which was recently presented to EPA SAB [Science Advisory Board] panel on ETS" (CIAR 1992; Davis and Stiles 1992), which was considering the then-proposed U.
Prior to joining CIAR in 2001, she had a successful career in the public service, most recently as senior policy advisor and director of policy and research in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada.
The Justice Department also stated that CIAR "was not only used for litigation and public relations, but it was (sp) also funded research designed not to find answers to health questions, but solely to attack legislative initiatives related to ETS exposure.
La Federation algerienne de football vient de signer un contrat avec Macir Vie, filiale de la CIAR (Compagnie internationale d'assurance et de reassurance).
A confidential 1988 industry memo points to CIAR as part of a strategy to "set up a team of scientists organized by one national coordinating scientist and American lawyers, to.
CIAR is awarding the prize on the occasion of its 20th anniversary, which will be celebrated at a special event in Victoria, BC from June 14-17, 2002.