CRAC


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CRAC

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Careers Research and Advisory Centre
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With the latest arrangement with CRAC, Haulio will now be able to offer hauliers prime movers for on-demand rental and port-related jobs such as Inter-Terminal Transfers.
The testbed contains an airside economizer with an evaporative cooler to simulate free air cooling, and a DX-based CRAC unit for mechanical cooling.
Malam Lawal Haruna, UNICEF's Focal Person in NOA Kaduna, explained that CRAC, made up of 18 groups, were established since 2015 to create awareness in Kaduna communities through drama.
Mae'n fy synnu nad ydyn ni'n fwy crac am lu o bethau eraill hefyd.
Properly designed, containment will allow you to duct hotter air to the CRAC units and the hotter return air temperatures allow the CRAC unit to operate more efficiently, closer to ARI ratings.
CRAC the first part of this stretch is similar to the hold-relax whereby the muscle being stretched, contracted isometric for 3-6 s, then the antagonist muscle will immediately contract for 3-6 s.
Air temperatures were measured at the CRAC supply, the server inlets, and the CRAC return to understand the temperature throughout the space.
La dirigente de la CRAC en Olinala, Nestora Salgado, recientemente fue liberada despues de mas de dos anos de injusto encarcelamiento.
Durante el resto de 2013 se acrecento la represion contra integrantes de la CRAC de La Montana.
Four of these sites, including Palmyra and the Crusader castle Crac des Chevaliers, have been used for military purposes, the United Nations said.
La forma de las particulas, el tamano, la porosidad, la composicion y la densidad, determinan importantes propiedades funcionales tales como capacidad de retencion de agua (CRA), capacidad de retencion de aceite (CRAC), humectabilidad, velocidad de sedimentacion, dispersabilidad y solubilidad, cualidades que influyen directamente en la calidad y aceptacion del producto por parte de los consumidores (Cuq et al., 2011).
The report focused on 18 areas, of which six are UNESCO-listed: the Old City of Aleppo; Bosra; Damascus, the Dead Cities of northern Syria; Crac des Chevaliers and Palmyra.