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AI

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ANGUILLAAI.

AI

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for French Afars and Issas before it changed its name to Djibouti. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in the territory.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for French Afars and Issas. This was used as an international standard for shipping to French Afars and Issas.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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In particular, it looks at the business value of embracing a more visual approach to decision making -- one that is enabled by information-rich but easily accessible 3D models and virtual technologies that are enhanced by social networking tools and integrated analytics.
Understanding of accounting information, judgment on it and investment decision making, Dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Accounting, The University of Tehran Tabatabaee Alame.
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There is a critical need to communicate to persons with disabilities that personal power resides within the decision making process.
In the summer of 2005, a survey asking about respondents' perceptions of various aspects of decision making in their school district was administered to all members of the Literacy Committee during a regularly scheduled meeting.
Once they are through with the mountain of work involved with initial compliance, the benefits of improved decision making, more efficient processes and cross-departmental applications inherent in the Sarbanes-Oxley infrastructure might begin to show through for a broader range of U.
Failure for inadequate cognitive executive decision-making skills can be attributed to: (a) schools that fail to teach these skills; (b) inadequate student exposure to decision making experiences: and (c) failure to provide students with disabilities opportunities to make decisions.
Similarly, it is imperative that health plans develop some degree of consistency and standardization in their medical necessity decision making.
It is conceivable that the participants' perception of career uncertainty may reflect the Chinese culture's emphasis on collectivistic rather than individualistic orientation in decision making.
These objectives fall broadly into three categories: International Law, Strategic Decision Making, and Military Ethics--each of which is equally relevant for citizens evaluating a proposed use of force.
Advancing innovations: Family Group Decision Making as community-centered child and family work.
People long thought, and often used as the basis for training, that expert decision making involved a thorough consideration of the alternative courses of action and careful evaluation of the pros and cons to identify an optimum decision.