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Synonyms for TIA

brief episode in which the brain gets insufficient blood supply

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The EIA was carried out under an annual development programme (ADP) scheme of the provincial mines and mineral department which plans to 'develop environmental guidelines for the sector in the light of the EIA document and the points raised during the public hearing'.
He added that there is more than sufficient time for the public to view and submit feedback on the EIA.
He said his organisation had unofficially obtained only 10 EIA reports.
'On September 26, 2016, the State Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), acting in compliance with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree 86 of 1992 (Now EIA Act 2004) and the Ekiti State Environmental Protection Agency Law 2009, wrote a letter Reference Number EKSEPA/AD/Vol.II/59/71 to the developer handling the construction of Voice FM Radio mast.
Respondents file completed forms with EIA in Washington, DC.
The board was briefed about the EIA's financial report, which includes revenue accounts, general budget and financial flow until the end of April 2012.
A Londoner, Ms Barker, brought the case to challenge the fact an EIA was not required for reserved matters.
The EIA is continuing to conduct research into the trade in merbau from Papua to other regions, including Europe, and is also planning to launch a project in West Papua to assist local communities gather visual evidence and document information and to help with advocacy.
"The Women's Council was founded initially based on Ellen's vision that we needed to develop a more visible role for women, who are working in what has historically been a male-dominated industry," says Xenya Mucha, product marketing manager for solid waste at John Deere and current chair of the EIA Women's Council.
* Consider maintaining a list of acceptable unregistered EIAs and prohibiting sale of any other unregistered EIA without the firm's written confirmation that the sale is acceptable.
The Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) recently collaborated on the production of a new guide for businesses interested in flexible "telework programs" for their employees and business operations.
Exercise induced asthma (EIA) is the medical name for the wheezing and excessive shortness of breath that occurs in some children after physical exertion.
A 12% to 15% decrease after exercise indicates EIA.
The Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) for the Pan Island Link (PIL1) highway project is only the first in a series of steps before the project is implemented, said Chow Kon Yeow.