GIAN


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GIANGeneva International Academic Network (now Swiss Network for International Studies; Switzerland)
GIANGrassroots Innovations Augmentation Network (India)
GIANGermany-Iran Alumni Network
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Feng Gian, a Chinese national, has been charged with smuggling 706 elephant tusks between 2000 and 2014, valued at roughly $2.
People will be sharing story ideas and strategic agendas with other players and customers," Says Gian Ruggeri, CEO & Director of Operations for RAZRWING.
The new book called "The Broker and the Champion" features an interview between Gian Paolo Bazzani, and Ivan Basso, who re-joined Tinkoff-Saxo ahead of the 2015 season, discussing the parallels between trading and professional sport.
Genoa have improved since the return of Gian Gasperini
Jessica doesn't date actors but was happy to meet Gian Luca, who works for French clothing company Moncler.
Swiss Olympic team chief Gian Gilli says Morganella is being stripped of his Olympic accreditation ahead of Switzerland's final group match against Mexico on Wednesday.
The family's prestige in Italy was such that it was allowed to change its name to Pininfarina from the original Farina - Pinin, meaning "the little one" in Piedmont, was Gian Battista's nickname - with a presidential decree in 1961.
Gian managed to bring his brother's mauled body back to the beach, but nothing could be done to save him.
Results: 1 Mohammed Idris (37:31), 2 Saqer Al Khalifa (44:31), 3 Gian Paolo Sobrino (45:21), 4 Neil Gilbert (45:47), 5 Abdul Aziz Abdulla (48:02), 6 Mohammed Javed (49:15), 7 Mariam Zebina (51:03), 8 Steve Smith (51:07), 9 Tom Goren (51:33), 10 Gabi Amir (51:47), 11 Phil Holt (52:41), 12 Yousif Al Thawadi (1:01:31).
Owner of Evans Cafe, Gian Antooiazzi comments 'The new oven is integral to the ongoing product development at Evans Cafe, as we continue to expand the confectionery and cake range we offer.
Daughter Gian, aged 72, bought her a gold ring and an outfit for her birthday.
The grounds, at the foot of the Lammermuir Hills, 21 miles from Edinburgh, was bought in the 1970s by the late Italian- American composer Gian Carlo Menotti and is currently owned by his son Francis.