Isl.

Isl.

abbr.
island
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Isl.

abbreviation for
1. (Physical Geography) Island
2. (Physical Geography) Isle
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"The innovation in their launch vehicle, Prime, as well as the quality and experience of their personnel makes Orbex a natural partner for ISL."
Another important criterion the national federation field is the TV viewership, which is higher for ISL. Even the in-stadia attendance is higher for ISL matches compared to I-League.
In its decision, the Court of Appeals granted the privilege of said writ and ordered Osmena and/or his representatives to permanently cease and desist from dumping or disposing garbage or solid waste at ISL. Thereafter, the Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeals' decision in Osmena v.
Come the end of last year's I-League season, Bengaluru had negotiated their entry into the rival ISL. But while they were drafted in as the league expanded from eight teams to 10, India's two most storied and historic clubs - Kolkata's Mohun Bagan and East Bengal - were kept out in the cold.
His vision is clear and he wants Indian football to reach greater heights through the ISL. The man who played an integral role in the Dynamos reaching the semi- final of last season's ISL believes merging the I- League -- the country's premier domestic competition -- and the ISL will only help in the greater participation of Indian talent in the most high- profile league in the country.
First, the book lacks consensus among the contributors about a conceptualization or definition of ISL. Programs represented here appear to range from study abroad with little or no service-learning to pure volunteer programs to intensive service-learning embedded in long-term partnerships with adequate staff support to enable critical reflection by student volunteers and collaborative problem-solving with community hosts and partners.
The letter, apparently written by Havelange, talks about the payments he received from ISL. It says Blatter had "full knowledge of all activities" and was "always apprised" of them.
Richard Scudamore, Chief Executive of the EPL, said in a media release: "Having signed a mutual co-operation agreement with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) earlier this year, we are very pleased to also enter into this partnership with the ISL. This will see both organisations work together and share knowledge in several key areas.
These results indicate that surface modification of SWNTs with N[H.sub.2]-PEG-N[H.sub.2] indeed prolongs their clearance time, and c-PEG-o-SWNT carriers reduce the blood clearance half-life of ISL. The black and red discharge in urine and postmortem tissue sections infer that LTFS are likely to cause liver and kidney toxicity.
It also said that former South America Football Confederation president and Fifa executive committee member Nicolas Leoz, who quit his posts last week, had taken "bribes" from ISL. A Swiss prosecutor said in a legal document released last July that Havelange, Fifa president from 1974 to 1998, and former executive committee member Ricardo Teixeira, took multi-million bribes from ISL on World Cup deals in the 1990s.
The three Swiss judges issuing the payment demand were overseeing a fraud trial into the collapse of FIFA's former marketing partner, ISL. On trial were six former executives from ISL and its parent company ISMM facing charges of criminal mismanagement.