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GILAGalena Interior Learning Academy (Alaska)
GILAGeorgia Industrial Loan Association (est. 1951; Macon, GA)
GILAGreenbelt Interfaith Leadership Association (Greenbelt, MD)
GILAGuinea-Pig Ileal Loop Assay (microbiology)
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Two of the combined cycle plants are located at the Gila River Power Station in Gila Bend, Arizona and the other four are located at the Union Power Station in El Dorado, Arkansas.
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BP discovered Tiber in 2009 and Gila in 2013, and in October 2014 participated as a co-owner in the Chevron-operated Guadalupe discovery.
It is a pretty quiet nightlife scene here in Gila Bend.
dissertation (Haxel 1977), the junior author observed a Gila Monster at close range on the south side of Black Mountain in the southern Chocolate Mountains of southeasternmost California (Fig.
45 billion loan guarantee to the Solana Generating Station solar-power plant in Gila Bend.
In the Gila Wilderness, outfitters typically employ pack mules, whose loads must be balanced on each side.
The 2ft pink and black Gila monster from North America has a chemical in its saliva similar to a human hormone that controls blood sugar.
In the Gila region in southern New Mexico and Arizona, the lexicon appearing on road signs and maps speaks of conflict, privations, and chance encounters, adding color to this rugged land.
Como sabemos, la critica sobre la version de Velez (1) se ha enfocado en Gila, la protagonista, como el mejor ejemplo de la "mujer varonil" en el teatro del Siglo de Oro y ha identificado las posibles fuentes que inspiraron la version de Velez; pero en nuestra epoca de rebelion feminista, interesa recalcar la identidad de Gila como mujer independiente, como personaje "moderno" en quien radica lo que tambien se puede apreciar como la sorprendente modernidad de la obra.
A New Mexico National Guard crew waded across the icy Gila River yesterday to rescue a dehydrated and weak Carolyn Dorn, who entered the Gila National Forest alone on December 6 for a two-week camping trip.