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initialism of en

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central intelligence agency

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  • the institute of internal auditors (iia) offers the certified internal auditor (cia) credential to graduates from accredited colleges and universities who have work experience as internal auditors and have passed an exam. the iia also offers the certified in control self-assessment (ccsa), certified government auditing professional (cgap), certified financial services auditor (cfsa), and certification in risk management assurance (crma) to those who pass the exams and meet educational and experience requirements. bls.gov

  • at a private ceremony today at cia headquarters to mark the agency’s 70th anniversary, cia director mike pompeo bestowed the honor of “trailblazer” – a distinction reserved for those who have profoundly shaped cia and its mission – on legendary former cia officer greg vogle. the cia also unveiled a new, internal exhibit detailing the achievements of past cia trailblazers, who are some of the most influential figures in cia history. cia.gov

  • i continued to exercise when i entered corporate america. i still find it humorous that i did most of my studying for my undergraduate accounting degree, certified public accounting (cpa) license, certified internal auditor (cia) license, and mba at the gym. i reviewed materials between sets of weight training and read longer items while on the treadmill or stairmaster. everydayhealth.com

  • see publications by the cia history staff; see also h. h. ransom, the intelligence establishment (rev. ed. 1970); p. j. mcgarvey, cia: the myth and the madness (1972); s. d. breckinridge, the cia and the u.s. intelligence system (1986); j. ranelagh, the agency (1986); s. turner, secrecy and democracy; the cia in transition (1986); j. marshall, the iran-contra connection (1987); g. f. treverton, covert action (1987); p. agee, on the run (1987); r. jeffrey-jones, the cia and american democracy (1989); e. thomas, the very best men: four who dared: the early years of the cia (1996); t. weiner, legacy of ashes: the history of the cia (2007); j. prados, the family jewels: the cia, secrecy, and presidential power (2013). factmonster.com

  • dr. vigilante: can i just say one thing? i was sort of joking when i said czar, but it is the same problem in the intelligence community. they have this huge issue both within the cia but across cia. that was the concept of creating the dni, is to make one person responsible for information. obviously that is at a much higher level, and we don’t have anything like that in the academy. hhs.gov

  • see publications by the cia history staff; see also h. h. ransom, the intelligence establishment (rev. ed. 1970); p. j. mcgarvey, cia: the myth and the madness (1972); s. d. breckinridge, the cia and the u.s. intelligence system (1986); j. ranelagh, the agency (1986); s. turner, secrecy and democracy; the cia in transition (1986); j. marshall, the iran-contra connection (1987); g. f. treverton, covert action (1987); p. agee, on the run (1987); r. jeffrey-jones, the cia and american democracy (1989); e. thomas, the very best men: four who dared: the early years of the cia (1996); t. weiner, legacy of ashes: the history of the cia (2007); j. prados, the family jewels: the cia, secrecy, and presidential power (2013). infoplease.com

  • commander george gideon of scotland yard investigates crime with his second-in-command, chief inspector keen, in gideon's way. in state visit, both must protect a visiting german statesman who is receiving threats from a former nazi victim. in man in a suitcase, cia agent mcgill is framed and kicked out of the cia, and decides to become an investigator and bounty hunter for hire. loc.gov

  • "a lot of it comes out of people just buying it themselves, like they might have an exercise coach or something," he added. "that's fine, but those problems are nothing compared to having schizophrenia and being on a street corner shivering and thinking the cia is chasing you. we've always had much more trouble getting that much more severe group what they need." medicinenet.com

  • es posible que la cia no necesite tratamiento si no hay síntomas o si estos son pocos o el defecto es pequeño y no está asociado con otras anomalías. se recomienda cirugía para cerrar el defecto si este ocasiona una gran cantidad de derivación, el corazón está hinchado o si se presentan síntomas. medlineplus.gov

  • "in this study, treadmill running in cia rats decreased pro-inflammatory cytokines and the number of trap-positive cells, resulting in suppression of bone loss," authors seiji shimomura, et al. wrote. "production of tnf-α and cx43 in synovitis in cia rats may be inhibited by treadmill running. we suspected that differentiation of osteoclasts was controlled, suppressing erosion of subchondral bone and slowing progression of bone loss." medpagetoday.com

  • la mayoría de los pacientes con comunicaciones interauriculares pequeñas o moderadas son asintomáticas. incluso las cia grandes pueden no causar síntomas en niños pequeños. los cortocircuitos más grandes pueden causar ganancia de peso lenta en la primera infancia e intolerancia al ejercicio, disnea de esfuerzo, cansancio /o palpitaciones en pacientes mayores. el pasaje de microémbolos de la circulación venosa a través de la cia (embolia paradójica), asociada a menudo con arritmias, puede provocar eventos tromboembólicos cerebrales o sistémicos, como accidente cerebrovascular. rara vez, cuando no se diagnostica o no se trata una cia durante varias décadas, aparece el síndrome de eisenmenger. merckmanuals.com

  • sources: cia world factbooks 18 december 2003 to 28 march 2011; cia world factbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013; cia world factbooks 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013. population figures from world bank: (1) united nations population division. world population prospects, (2) united nations statistical division. population and vital statistics report (various years), (3) census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (4) eurostat: demographic statistics, (5) secretariat of the pacific community: statistics and demography programme, and (6) u.s. census bureau: international database.; all cia world factbooks 18 december 2003 to 18 december 2008; cia world factbook 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013; human development report 2006, united nations development programme; cia world factbooks 18 december 2003 to 28 march 2011 nationmaster.com

  • methods: initially, mir-101-3p and ptgs2 expression in ra tissues of ra patients and ra rats was detected by qrt-pcr and western blot analysis. rat model of type ii collagen-induced arthritis (cia) was adopted to simulate ra, followed by injection of mir-101-3p mimics or sirna against ptgs2. next, the apoptosis in synovial tissue and the levels of tumor necrosis factor (tnf)-α, il-1β and il-6 were identified. subsequently, flss in ra (ra-flss) were isolated, after which in vitro experiments were conducted to analyze cell proliferation, apoptosis, migration and invasion upon treatment of up-regulated mir-101-3p and silenced ptgs2. furthermore, the relationship of mir-101-3p and ptgs2 was determined by bioinformatics prediction and luciferase activity assay. nih.gov

  • la agencia central de inteligencia (cia, por su sigla en inglés) es una entidad independiente del gobierno de estados unidos encargada de la recopilación, análisis y uso de información y servicios de inteligencia para asistir al presidente del país y sus asesores en la toma de decisiones relacionadas a la seguridad nacional. usa.gov