ILR


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ILR

(in Britain) abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) indefinite leave to remain: an immigration status permitting a person to work or study in the UK without limit of time
2. (Broadcasting) Independent Local Radio
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The legal action comes more than a year after First ILR announced plans for the redevelopment and a major renovation of the hotel.
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), a regulated gas and electric delivery utility in New Jersey, announced on Tuesday that its ILR Solar Farm is now in service.
Presence of ILR and DF is the basic requirement in the UPHC for the cold chain maintenance.
A strong ILTP with regular training using the above-cited sources coupled with 150-hour refresher/sustainment training and proper command emphasis by dedicafing time for language training on the unit training schedule will greatly enhance a linguist's proficiency and help them achieve ILR level 3 and beyond in listening and reading.
For each clinician who listed a non-English language on the PAMF website using the old scale, we extracted both the old and the ILR scale results and selected physician characteristics.
The distinct behaviors of VO and ILR are shown in Table 2 by the coefficient of variance calculated for both phases from the peak torque repetition produced by the subjects with the least and the greatest peak torque.
All patients receive an ILR, and the researchers eventually identified seven patients (17%) who experienced a heartbeat stop of 4-89 seconds that caused their loss of consciousness.
Currently over 80 breeder organisations are using Breedplan and ILR systems.
For ILR to be granted, the applicant has to be able to show they have lived in the UK continuously for at least 10 years.
ILR officials commissioned the project to assure the Center's ongoing preeminence.
ILR immediately ran a two-year-old advertisement condemning the civil justice system and wrote an op-ed in The Hill, Washington's insider political newspaper, complaining that the attorneys were trying to influence the votes of their congressional representatives.