IRM


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IRM

abbreviation for
(Psychology) innate releasing mechanism
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The most characteristic part was a tableau presented by street children enrolled in IRM Smart Schools.
Over time, we have seen a number of issues arise regarding valves, which could have been prevented had a methodical review of data about the valves installed on a pipeline system been carried out," said David Obatolu, general manager of IRMS UKWA.
Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, certain items in the IRM are not available anywhere else.
The next issue of IRM will focus on issues of mission, gender and power; and Dr Fulata Lusungo Moyo, WCC Programme Executive on Women in Church and Society, will be the guest editor.
IRM is a sector of The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), a trade organization which promotes the policies that make housing a national priority.
While DLP is "transmission control" technology, IRM is "usage control" technology.
IRM green policy provides various techniques and practices that an organization can adopt in order to transform itself into a "green" workplace.
Senior figures from Survival Craft Inspectorate travelled to Doha to sign a memorandum of understanding with IRM counterparts in the presence of HE Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, the chairman of IRM Offshore Services.
Complete control on data is enabled once it has been protected by the IRM system.
However, IRM alone does not provide protection from data thieves who use video equipment or screen capturing techniques to get illegal copies of documents.
IRM is provides travel management, foreign exchange money changing, car rental services and facility management services.
There was no challenge to the fairness or rationality of the IRM panel's procedure or reasoning, and Newham's decision-maker had not provided clear and cogent reasons for rejecting the IRM panel's strong recommendations.