GURI


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GURIGazzetta Ufficiale Repubblica Italiana (Italian: Official Gazette Italian Republic)
GURIGlobal Urban Research Initiative (est. 1990)
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He teamed up with Guri Johal and Cliff Weft at Purdue to create MAGIC.
In the 2011 releases we have continued to invest in increasing drafting productivity and have added a strong set of new 3D modeling features for conceptual design that will help millions of AutoCAD users worldwide take their designs further," said Guri Stark, vice president, AutoCAD and Platform Products.
The goal of the works to be carried out in various areas of the country is to eliminate dependence on generation from the El Guri hydroelectric plant, the largest reservoir in the country, whose water level dropped by an average of 13 cm per day during February and early March.
AutoSketch 10 provides an elementary drawing environment for hobbyists, DIY home remodelers, and small businesses," said Guri Stark, Autodesk vice president, AutoCAD and Platform Products.
The work is for hydraulic components that Mabey is supplying as part of a multi-million-pound order for work on the Guri Dam in Venezuela.
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Riise, who recently split from wife Guri, 24, wrote: "I have always thought you charming, cute, sexy.
Guri Abelsen's father Ola died as his fishing boat sank off the Norwegian coast in 1977.
Also, small islands in Lake Guri, which formed when Venezuela's Caroni River was dammed in 1986, lost their top predators in less than 4 years, and more than 75 percent of their vertebrate species disappeared within 15 years.
CARACAS -- A subcommittee of the National Assembly has opened an investigation into the management of the huge Guri hydro-electric facility following reports that a number of turbines are damaged.
The electricity line would provide energy from the Guri dam in the eastern city of Puerto Ordaz to Indian communities and gold mining towns in northeast Brazil.
The powerline project, which has proceeded without proper environmental studies or consultation with the impacted communities, would carve a 100-foot-wide "service corridor" (with access roads every kilometer) through 470 miles of dense tropical rainforest and savannas from Venezuela's Guri Dam to Boa Vista, Brazil.