ait

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  • Info An ait or eyot (pronounced, i.e., the same as 'eight') is a small island. more...
  • Why didn't you get me something to ait, I say? Cited from Phelim O'Toole's Courtship and Other Stories, by William Carleton
  • AIT students body is made of local and international students.
  • Later larger and better controlled studies failed to bear out the promise of AIT.
  • AIT has another campus in Vietnam which offers both academic programs and short-term training.
  • For more information on the different AIT schools, see Advanced Individual Training below.
  • "Can't you let the boy ait his dinner in peace, at any rate?" said his mother. Cited from The Emigrants Of Ahadarra, by William Carleton
  • AIT has twinning programs with foreign universities for student exchange and higher studies.
  • AIT offers undergraduate programs in computer science, software engineering, and information technology.
  • AIT has a strong engineering and technology focus and as well as a strong entrepreneurial culture.
  • AIT through its Two Systems - One University policy, is both a campus-based university and an open university.
  • The level of first ait training, competence and certification will generally take this into account.
  • Many security personnel are killed each year in these attacks, substantially increasing the cost of AIT services.
  • Post college job placement in AIT has generally been good.
  • Other causes of AIT are commonly due to contamination from an outside source and are included below.
  • An ait is characteristically long and narrow, and may become a permanent island.
  • When working with the latter group it is also known as CNT-AIT.
  • AIT is committed to academic excellence, cutting-edge research and Research and development work.
  • Other people can ait, though ye can't. Cited from Twice Bought, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • The Post story did not discuss Infantry AIT training or advanced combat training courses.
  • AIT has not met scientific standards for efficacy that would justify its use as a treatment for any condition.
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