CIAA


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CIAA

abbr.
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
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The CIAA says the works will continue as planned, and are expected to have minimal effect on arrivals and departures.
The CIAA was founded in 1912 and is made up of 13 historically black colleges and universities.
Kathmandu [Nepal], Jan 31 ( ANI ): The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) is drafting a new anti-corruption law in a bid to prevent locals from engaging in corruption activities in government offices and Multi-National Companies (MNCs) in Nepal.
So no surprise, therefore, the impeachment proceedings against the CIAA Chief Lokman Singh Karki have not made much impact on the people.
The incompatibility and outright antagonism between Pueblos Hispanos and CIAA requires some emphasis.
As part of the exclusive trip, winning retailers will attend the SIAL show as guests of the CIAA and participate in all events and dinners with CIAA members.
In the 1st case the patient had a large isolated left CIAA; one inverted stent-graft and a second extension (inlayed by usual deployment) stent-graft were used; the inverted graft method has been described in previous report [7] (Figure 1(a)).
Nationwide Insurance, the official insurance provider of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), is to make a donation to the CIAA college scholarship fund.
A century later, the CIAA (now the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) is still around and is one of four NCAA-recognized conferences made up completely or predominantly of historically Black colleges and universities.
Before turning 30 (in 2012), the Confederation of the Food and Drink Industries of the EU (CIAA) decided to modernise its identity by changing its name to FoodDrinkEurope.