Under International Deaf Rugby Organisation regulations, players with a combined average hearing loss of 25 decibels or more in both ears are eligible.
What does IDRO stand for?
IDRO stands for International Deaf Rugby Organisation (Swansea, South Wales, UK)
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We have 8 other meanings of IDRO in our Acronym Attic
- International Disability Rights Monitor
- International Institute for Disaster Risk Management
- Internet Digital Rights Management (research group)
- I'm Dying Right Now
- India Disaster Resource Network
- Infectious Disease Research Network (est. 2001; UK)
- Industrial Development and Renovation Organization (of Iran)
- Institute for Design Research and Outreach (Iowa State University)
- Insurance Disaster Response Organisation (Australia)
- Intensive Drug Rehabilitation Order (court-supervised rehabilitation; Australia)
- International Disaster Relief Operation
- ICMP Router Discovery Protocol (Cisco)
- Independent Dispute Resolution Process
- Infectious Diseases Research Program (Queensland University of Technology; Brisbane, Australia)
- Installation Deployment/Reception Plan
- Integrated Departure Route Planning (air traffic)
- Inter-Domain Routing Protocol
- Interdisciplinary Research Paper
- Internal Dispute Resolution Process (judiciary procedure)
- In Defense of the Religious Right (Patrick Hynes book)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Players are eligible to play for the England Deaf side with degrees of hearing loss which, under International Deaf Rugby Organisation regulations, is currently an average of 25 decibels or more in both ears.