ILR


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

ILR

ISO 4217 code for the old Israeli sheqel. It was introduced in 1980, replacing the Israeli lira, which was criticized for having a non-Hebrew name. It suffered high inflation throughout its history and was replaced by the new sheqel in 1985.
References in periodicals archive ?
As of October 31, 2010, 258/342 (75 percent) of the PAMF physicians who had a non-English language proficiency rating on the website using the old scale had updated their information to the ILR scale.
Figure 1c illustrates how the velocity variation is accentuated in the VO phase when compared with the ILR phase.
An ILR is a wonderful venue for utilizing those assets.
But EaSyAS participants with an ILR had a 35% reduction in hospital admissions and a 36% decrease in the cost of diagnostic studies, compared with those managed conventionally This added up to a savings of more than $1,200 over a 9-month period, so 60% of the cost of the ILR was defrayed.
The study authors concluded that the Reveal ILR should be considered "an early choice" diagnostic tool for unexplained syncopal patients, rather than a last resort after conventional tests have proved inconclusive.
The ILR measurement delay due to sampling is greatly reduced because the sensing element is located in the main process flow and offers the flexibility of measuring viscosity over a range of test rates without affecting the main process flow.
In April 2012, ILR hosted a roundtable discussion with officials from DOJ and the SEC to discuss the guidance and the business community's need for certainty and clarity under the law.
Douglas Sitar and Chan Bigelow represented the owner ILR, Inc.
ILR is used to streamline business operations in a variety of areas including Work-in-Progress (WIP), manufacturing, vehicle tracking and container management, delivering substantial value to our customers.
Fighting for a Living Wage By Stephanie Luce Ithaca, NY: ILR Press, 2004
Abuse of our legal system is no joke, and these examples range from the outrageous to the absurd," said ILR President Lisa A.