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Asir

(æˈsɪə)
n
(Placename) a region of SW Saudi Arabia, in the Southern Province on the Red Sea: under Turkish rule until 1933. Area: 81 000 sq km (31 000 sq miles)
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A•sir

(ɑˈsɪər)

n.
a region in SW Saudi Arabia.
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"If he dies, they will hang Otto," she asid. "And then what will poor Hilda do?
Besiyerlerinin birine fusidik asid (10 [micro]g), linezolid (10 [micro]g), kinupristin/dalfopristin (15 [micro]g), kloramfenikol (30 [micro]g), rifampisin (5 [micro]g), siprofloksasin (5 [micro]g) ve levofloksasin (10 [micro]g) diskleri (Becton Dickinson, Sparks, MD, ABD) yerlestirilirken, digerine vankomisin Etest[R] (bioMerieux, Marcy l'Etoile, Fransa) seridi konularak plaklar 35[degrees]C'de bir gece inkubasyona birakilmistir.
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Each year, ASID bestows the titles of Fellow or Honorary Fellow to individuals who demonstrate outstanding service and contributions to the society, the profession, and the interior design industry.
The office serves as a living laboratory for the design community, according to ASID. To that end, it has already yielded pre- and post-occupancy research showing an increase in key performance indicators for workplaces, and Cornell University found that employee satisfaction regarding the office's environmental quality increased significantly, along with overall job satisfaction, perceived support by the organization and perceived organizational productivity.
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Dr Asid Khan, president of Glasgow Central Mosque, said: "This was very irresponsible and reprehensible coming from a director of a football club.
Areas for potential collaboration include legislative Symposia; publishing articles in ICON magazine, an ASID publication, or LD+A magazine and LD+A e-report; presentations on lighting design and regulations that qualify for Continuing Education Units via webinars, tradeshows and conferences; development of a cooperative approach to codes and standards; joining and cooperating on the various coalitions dealing with federal legislative and regulatory issues; and investigating possible areas of collaboration in research.
Past President ASID Florida West Coast Chair, ASID Payne Mansion Executive Committee
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