AURA commonly refers to:

  • AMS Educare Gujarat Pvt ltd. the distance lurning instuate.
  • Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy
  • Atlas of UTR Regulatory Activity, the Atlas of UTR Regulatory Activity
  • Advanced Uncertain Reasoning Architecture, University of York (UK)

Other articles related to "aura, auras":

List Of Characters In Final Fantasy: Unlimited - Other - Aura
... Voiced by Tomoe Hanba Aura (アウラ, Aura?) was Kaze's younger sister in their world of Windaria ... When Chaos destroyed their world, Aura was mortally wounded ... Aura apparently had a relationship with Makenshi ...
Aura, Michigan - Contemporary Aura
... Aura is best known now for the annual Aura Jamboree, a multi-day musical festival with a picnic and dance held on the third Saturday in July since 1976 ...
List Of Magic: The Gathering Keywords - Evergreen Keywords - Enchant
... written Enchant (quality) and appears on Auras, a subtype of enchantments ... An Aura enters the battlefield attached to a permanent with the quality of its Enchant ability, and can only be attached to a permanent with that quality ... If an Aura is not attached to a permanent that with the required quality (such as if the object it enchants leaves the battlefield), it is put into its ...
L'Aura (album)
... L'Aura is a best-of compilation by Italian singer L'Aura ... Released during the Sanremo Music Festival, it contain three new tracks produced by Enrique Gonzalez Müller Non qui ma qui, Cos'è and Basta!, the song sung in the 2008 Sanremo Music Festival ...
List Of Magic: The Gathering Keywords - Keywords From Expert-Level Expansions (mechanics) - Aura Swap
... This ability is written Aura swap (cost) ... By paying the aura swap cost, the player may exchange the Aura with this ability with an Aura card in his or her hand, if he or she controls and ... This ability appears on a single timeshifted Aura from Future Sight, Arcanum Wings ...

Famous quotes containing the word aura:

    Pregnant women! They had that weird frisson, an aura of magic that combined awkwardly with an earthy sense of duty. Mundane, because they were nothing unique on the suburban streets; ethereal because their attention was ever somewhere else. Whatever you said was trivial. And they had that preciousness which they imposed wherever they went, compelling attention, constantly reminding you that they carried the future inside, its contours already drawn, but veiled, private, an inner secret.
    Ruth Morgan (1920–1978)

    It was when “reporters” became “journalists” and when “objectivity” gave way to “searching for truth,” that an aura of distrust and fear arose around the New Journalist.
    Georgie Anne Geyer (b. 1935)