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International Accounting Unit

Also called the IAU. The accounting currency for NATO. It does not circulate and is only used to calculate the cost of NATO's operations. Its value is determined every six months and is based on the exchange rates of NATO member nations.
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Tony Migliozzi, winner in the IAU 50km World Championships individual male category, said: "I am really happy to have participated in this championship, which was very challenging.
He said: "Our concept of IAU was always that we would have senior decision-makers, largely consultants and senior doctors, right at the front door so that patients were getting that expert level of assessment right there.
Hypotheses 3: the amount of cash budgeting method to make financial decisions in IAU is in an ideal level.
The results are consistent with the shower data catalogued by the BAA, IAU MDC and IMO.
Astronomers also often name features of the sky without going through IAU channels.
To make this possible, the IAU acts as a single arbiter of the naming process, and is advised and supported by astronomers within different fields.
Slivkoff said the IAU selection committee was impressed by CAMS Enterprise's overall ease of use; strong registration and degree-audit modules; and critically important, its ability to support the college's clinical rotations.
The IAU has 9892 Individual Members in 90 countries worldwide.
Palok also mentioned that the next conference of the IAU in 2010, concerning ethics and values in higher education in the era of globalization, would take place at Mykolas Romeris University in Lithuania.
Part of the 3 1/2 day meeting was devoted to an analysis of IAU activities over the past four years and a look forward to the next but important votes and decisions were taken, most notably the election of a new president, Dr Juan Ramon De La Fuente, former rector of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
He said it would give the opportunity for Jordanian students to pursue their higher education in cooperation with the International Astronomical Union IAU and NASA.
Comparing general relativity theory predictions to accurate observations of the solar system, they consider such topics as Newtonian celestial mechanics, general relativity, post-Newtonian coordinate transformations, relativistic astronomy, and relativity in IAU resolutions.