MIRIA


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MIRIAMovement for the Independence, Renaissance and Integration of Africa (MALI)
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Mycarla Miria Araujo de Lucena (1) * and Eliza Maria Xavier Freire (2) (1) Programa de Pos-graduacao em Desenvolvimento e Meio Ambiente, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Cx.
Also see, Pigato, Miria, Strengthening China's and India's trade and investment ties to the Middle East and North Africa, Washington, D.
Pigato, Miria, Caroline Farah, Ken Itakura, Kwang Jun (1997), South Asia's Integration into the World Economy.
While the scenes with the big numbers, such as Dancing Queen, Voulez Vous and Super Trouper, are understandably all crowd pleasers, it's the duet between Donna and Sophie, a sweet voiced Miria Parvin, which is a stand-out moment.
Miria Parkin, who plays Sophie, said: "My own dad is a real testament to the success of the show.
Se exceptuan de la regla aquellas cuyo multiplo puede confundirse, en cuyo caso se usa la inicial en mayuscula, por ejemplo, miria o mega (M-), miriametro (o megametro) Mm y mili (m-), milimetro mm o deca (D-) decalitro Dl y deci (d-) decilitro dl.
SUCCESS: From left, Miria Parvin, Sophie in Mamma Mia; Ian Congdon, ECHO Arena; Jackie Clune, Donna in Mamma Mia and Gary Watson, Sky in Mamma Mia
Miria Parvin is the perfect Sophie, and I have never heard her in such fine form.
New Zealand standouts include Miria George and Jamie McCaskill's He Reo Aroha, which weaves Maori music into a tale of childhood sweethearts; and 360, which inverts theatre-in-the-round, putting the audience on swivel seats surrounded by the play's action, so that they must choose which direction to look.