AZANA


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AZANAArizona Association of Nurse Anesthetists
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In the "Preliminar" to his text, Azana talks about a "drama" that goes well beyond the war and whose presentiment "ha llevado el animo de algunas personas a tocar desesperadamente el fondo de la nada" (33).
Sandra Cabrera Azana, RN, Nephrology Service, Regional University Hospital "Carlos Haya", Malaga, Spain.
At the northern venue, Azana came from fifth position on the stiff, uphill climb from the final flight to catch her rival and triumph by a length and a quarter.
Altri personaggi prendono la via dell'esilio, come il presidente Azana che il 7 febbraio si trova in Francia assieme ai rifugiati.
It is misleading to place Falla's appeal to President Manuel Azana in the context of events after the outbreak of the war (p.
After the officer-led Army of Africa's revolt against the Republican government of President Azana, "everyone" it seemed was for the Loyalists and anti-Franco.
Manuel Azana, president of the second Republic, favoured a state system, lest the continued existence of private schools, especially those operated by the Church, contribute to the subversion of the modern State by undermining its democratic and secular values.
Republican all his life, Azanist to the marrow, how nervous he had been the day he met Azana (the man who was to become President) in the Chamber of Deputies
In Brookfield, Wisconsin, three people were killed and four injured at Azana spa.
According to initial reports, a gunman with "a high-powered weapon" opened fire at the Azana Salon across the street from Brookfield Square Mall in Brookfield.
4) Es esta una circunstancia que no se le escapo a Azana, que veia en Pepita a una mujer obligada a contener su fogosidad "por el miramiento del decoro y la vigilancia de un pueblo entero que la observa" (216).
Ernestina de Champourcin, por ejemplo, casada con el tambien poeta Juan Jose Domenchina, que llego a ser secretario de Manuel Azana, se exilio primero en Francia y luego en Mexico, en donde desarrollo una importante labor como traductora para la editorial Fondo de Cultura Economica.