Full Form of UAE :
United Arab Emirates
UAE Full Form is United Arab Emirates. UAE is the eastern region of Arabian Peninsula and extends along the Gulf of Oman and Southern Coast of Persian Gulf. UAE shares sea borders with Kuwait, Qatar, Iran, Bahrain, and Iraq; while it shares land borders with Saudi Arabia and Oman. This place was originally inhabited by sea travelers or seafaring who later got converted to Islam during the 7th century.
UAE has one of the world’s largest oil reserves and natural gas reserves. The oil reserve takes the 7th place in the world while the gas reserves takes the 17th place in the world. The economy of the country is vastly diversified with it famous city Dubai becoming a major contributor in terms of International Trade and Transport. However, the country is most criticized for the ‘human rights record’ with strict legal systems.
UAE Full Form – Additional Information
UAE or United Arab Emirates is surrounded by the Arabian Gulf on the North, Gulf of Oman and Sultanate of Oman to the East, part of Saudi Arabia and Sultanate of Oman to the South and finally, Saudi Arabia and Qatar on the West. It is the most prosperous and developing place in the Middle East.
Formation of the UAE (United Arab Emirates)
The United Arab Emirates is a union of 7 Arab states, each ruled independently by its monarch. These states are (1) Sharjah (2) Abu Dhabi, (3) Fujairah (4) Dubai, (5) Ajman, (6) Ras al Khaimah (RAK) and (7) Umm al-Quwain. Even though each state has its own ruler, the President of the union is the king of Abu Dhabi. The largest city amongst the union is Dubai. However, Abu Dhabi is the working capital.
In 1971, the late President, king of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan had a vision to enhance the newly acquired oil wealth for the betterment of the undeveloped states. Thus he unified the states to form a federation and changed the face of the desert into a modern and developing place. Ras al Khaimah was the last state to join the federation.
Now under the able leadership of the current ruler of Abu Dhabi, who also happens to be the President of the federation, there are many developments and modernization taking place in the Emirates. The oil revenue has been utilized to construct roads, schools, houses, hospitals, etc and places like Dubai, Sharjah are converting into modern trade and tourism destination, thus boosting the economy.
Knowing more about UAE
In the early 19th and 20th century there was a rise in the pearling industry and the economy was rested on that. The First World War was the major cause of the downfall of the industry, coupled with the invention of cultured pearl. However, as there were restrictions imposed by India to import pearls from the Arab states in Persian Gulf, the pearl industry took a major hit and resulted in collapse of economy.
It was the British who tapped the potential of natural resources like oil in the Gulf and then started the economic rise as there was enough oil for local consumption as well as for global export. Soon the Arabian countries started rolling in gold due to oil wealth. Nonetheless, the greater stock of oil was found in Abu Dhabi and thus the British made their base in that city.
Currently, the Emirates still supply oil to the neighbouring countries and the revenues help in changing the date selling Arabs into successful businessmen, as the modernization has seen an opening of many malls and hotels to boost trade and tourism. Which was once considered a backward country, has emerged as a powerful economy, thanks to striking gold with oil reserves and overall development of the states.
UAE – A land of opportunities
When the Arabs struck oil and became rich, they used the wealth for the development of the country in the form of infrastructure, etc. However, with poor literacy rate in earlier times, they needed help from skilled labour from other countries. They had the money to spend, but no skilled manpower that would force them ahead in progress.
This was like a dream come true for many in India and other neighbouring developing countries to go there and earn a good amount of money, more so since the earnings were tax-free. Gradually, specialists in oil and natural gas production, turners/fitters, welders as well as skilled professionals like engineers, doctors found their way to this newly opened avenue. The people prospered and the country developed, so it was a win-win situation for all.
As the tourism in being boosted in the desert land, many state of the art constructions of commercial towers, hotels, etc has seen an upsurge especially in Dubai. What was once an arid desert has transformed in beautiful, well developed and modern land. There are many manmade islands, tall towers, exclusive shopping malls and sports facilities that attract the tourists from around the globe, hence boosting the country’s economy.
Places worth seeing in UAE
Dubai has some modern as well as historic structures. Some are Hatta Heritage Village, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Dubai Museum. The manmade wonder of Palm Islands with its beautiful landscape is also worth a visit. Burj Khalifa is the current tallest structure in the world standing at more than 828 meters and having over 160 floors. The Palm Islands or known as Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago made on the land reclamation by Nakheel, which is a Dubai Government owned company. Now many luxury hotels and villas stand on this land that has made this a tourist hub.
Abu Dhabi is the largest of the seven emirates and is also the capital city. Around 70% of Abu Dhabi is open spread out desert and the highest peak in Emirates is located in the south of Al Ain City and is known as Jebel Hafeet. The Emirate’s Palace, Heritage Village, Al Maqta Fort, and Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Mosque are some of the landmarks in Abu Dhabi.
With promotion of sports, especially cricket, Sharjah has become a popular destination for cricket lovers, as periodically international tournaments are held there. Sharjah is a blend of historical and modern architecture and culture. The historical sites can be visited in the heart of Sharjah and Al Qasba Centre and Al Majaz waterfront can be seen as the modern sites of the emirate.
Ras al Khaimah has archeological evidences of old civilizations and places worth visit are The National Museum and Iceland Water Park. Al Madhab gardens and Wadi Al Wurayah waterfalls are major tourist attraction in Fujairah. Besides this, historic Al Bidya Mosque and Heritage Village are worth a visit. Ajman Museum, Masfout Castle and Gate and the Red Fort are attractions in Ajman emirate. Umm al Quwain has archeological evidences tracing to the Mesopotamian and Umm Al Nar civilizations. Dreamland Aqua Park and Umm al Quwain fort (museum) are the landmarks there.
Preparing to visit UAE
UAE is mostly a desert land and thus the climate is warm and sunny in winter, whereas the summer can be extremely hot and humid. The eastern mountain side is comparatively cooler. There is average rainfall on the coast but reasonably more in the mountains. The currency of UAE is Dirham and 1 Dirham equals 100 Fills.
The official language is Arabic. However, Urdu, Hindi and English are also used. Even though they follow Islam, other religions are also tolerated in UAE. The weekend there is Friday and Saturday (Friday being their main prayer day). Arabs are conservative in nature and thus the system of burqua is followed there. Nonetheless, modernized cities like Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi has working women dressed in modern attires too.
UAE has risen from being an arid desert land into a sophisticated and developed country. Its modern infrastructure and genuine efforts of beautifying the places has turned UAE in the hottest tourism hub, especially during sports events and Dubai shopping festival. If you wish to experience how sheer will and good use of wealth resources can turn a desert into oasis, do make a trip to UAE.
UAE Full Form: Uterine Artery Embolization (UAE)
Full Form of UAE stands for Uterine Artery Embolization. UAE refers to a procedure that uses a catheter (which is a medical instrument) that is inserted into the body for treatment of illnesses or performs a surgical operation. In the UAE, an interventionist radiologist uses this device to deliver tiny particles to obstruct supply of blood to the uterine body. The radiologists use this instrument in order to treat uterine fibroids and adenomyosis.
The UAE is recommended when patient suffers from unusual or heavy bleeding from the uterine area because of uterine fibroids for adenomyosis. Doctors often recommend conventional surgery over the UAE because the latter certain procedures to be regularly done and has shorter time for recovery. This procedure can also be used to regulate heavy bleeding in case of postpartum obstetrical hemorrhage, etc.
Let us understand the procedure involved in the UAE. An Interventionalist Radiologist should perform the procedure under local anesthesia. The device is inserted in radial or femoral artery through the wrist or groin area. A needle puncture is used to create access to the artery selected. The skin over the selected artery must be anesthetized before the needle puncture is done. This procedure is immediately followed by introduction of access sheath and guide wire into the artery. For selection of uterine vessels, a catheter is inserted into the uterine artery with the help of x-ray fluoroscope.
As soon as the catheter reaches the uterine artery, the radiologist shall perform an angiogram (which is a medical imaging instrument used to see inside the body) to ensure the catheter has been properly placed. The embolizing agent is released, which slowly reduces the flow of blood to the fibroid and eventually the flow is stopped. This leads in the shrinking of the size of fibroid.
The process can be repeated depending upon the condition. This procedure causes the uterine arteries to occlude and the collateral circulation to prevent the uterus from necrosing. The procedure can be conveniently performed in hospitals or even in an office setting without much time, generally one hour. This procedure should not be understood as an intervention by surgery. It simply facilitates the uterus to remain put while avoid any surgical complications.
The UAE might be a convenient method but there are many adverse risks involved that must be addressed. Extreme consequences of the procedure include multiple organ failures from septicemia (which is the presence of pus forming organisms or their chemicals in blood or tissue), or even death from the embolism. The treatment may lead to various infections from the death of tissues that ultimately affect the uterus (endometritis). Endometritis will cause long period hospitalization.
Other problems caused by the UAE are displacement of organs inside the body that can damage other organs, mis embolization, and damage to ovaries due to the migration of embolic substances. Damage to ovaries can pose serious consequences to fertility and may even result in loss of orgasm. Patients, who have undergone the UAE surgery, often report Post-Embolization Syndrome (PES), which is defined by serious of symptoms like vomiting, abnormal menstruation, malaise, high body temperatures, night sweats, etc. There can be a vaginal odor that would linger for long periods.
Full Form of UAE: Unix Amiga Emulator
UAE Full Form stands for Unix Amiga Emulator. It refers to a computer emulator (a hardware or software that facilitates similar behavioral patterns between two computer systems). In this case, the UAE is capable of emulating the hardware of the series of Commodore Amiga computers. The software was launched with the GNU General Public Licence as a free software.
Let us explore some historical facts revolving around the development of the software. The UAE was launched in the year 1995. It was developed by six persons: Bernd Schmidt , Toni Wilen, Richard Drummond, Mustafa ‘GnoStiC’ TUFAN , Frode Solheim, and Rupert Hausberger. The software was initially named the Unusable Amiga Emulator primarily because it was unable to boot but then witnessed several amendments to its name. Now, the software is simply called UAE.
The UAE is capable of emulating Original Chip Set (abbreviated as OCS), Enhanced Chip Set (abbreviated as ECS) and Advanced Graphics Architecture (abbreviated as AGA), Processor Motorola 68000/010/020/040 CPU, and 68881 FPU, and Picasso 96 graphics with 8 MB of memory, etc. To achieve emulation, the UAE may make use of disk images produced from Amiga floppy disks with the extension “ADF” which means Amiga Disk File.
The software also provides support to mapping of directories of host operating system to Amiga hard drives. The UAE supports ROMs from different projects like AROS (AROS Research Operating Systems) that is an open source multimedia implementation of AmigaOS 3.1 APIs but it does not provide similar compatibility as that with original Amiga ROMs.
There are certain limitations upon the use of UAE, as it does not include original version of the Amiga operating system ROM (Read Only Memory) and files required to run an Amiga operating system. All of these are available under different licenses like Amiga Forever and therefore, this limits the use of UAE.
As far as portability of the UAE software is concerned, it is compatible with many operating systems like Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS, Microsoft Windows, BeOS, RISC, Android, Xbox, iOS, Dreamcast, MorphOS, and AROS, etc.
The UAE has five main forks that run on different operating systems. Those five forks are following:
- First of the forks is the WinUAE that designed to operate on Microsoft Windows.
- FS-UAE is created to operate on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
- UAE4all is designed to run on a low-end Amiga emulation. The operation of this fork is limited to mobile devices.
- The last of the five forks is the PUAE that designed to operate on Unix operating systems.
Of all these forks available in the market, the WinUAE is considered the best, though there are many compatible issues related to it. It is, nevertheless, the most active of all the forks.
The last segment of the discussion under this head shall be the emulation speed of the software, a feature that is essential for any emulator. By the end of the year 1997, the initially unusable UAE was able to emulate Amiga 500 substantially to be sufficiently used in gaming and other activities. In its first successful emulation, the users reported sufficient quality of speed. Since then many developments have happened and this has resulted in smooth emulation functions of the UAE.
Now many Amiga games and application can function without technical hassles. A breakthrough improvement was introduced by Bernd Meyer in the year 2000 with the help of Just-in-time compilation (compilation performed during execution of a program). With this, the emulation speed of the UAE was increased to such an extent that ordinary PCs could emulate Amiga softwares at a faster rate than real Amiga could.
There have been many rumors or rather speculations about whether the promises made by UAE are fanciful but with the gradual development of the working system of the UAE, things have started to change.
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