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PREDAPeople's Recovery, Empowerment, and Development Assistance Foundation (Philippines)
PREDAPeace Region Economic Development Alliance (Canada)
PREDAPrevent and Rehabilitate Drug Abusers (est. 1974; Philippines)
PREDAPrilep Region Enterprise Development Agency (Macedonia)
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However, Preda was more successful when he moved on to a Wakefield branch of the supermarket on the same day.
Drive off-road to your left over that field to the ridge," Preda directs two or three kilometers from the hamlet of Blajel.
Preda said the EU had detected no fraud in Sunday's poll and praised authorities and voters for having carried it out peacefully.
Preda said the EU had detected no fraud in Sunday's poll, but he raised questions about transparency in ballot counting, accusing the electoral commission of barring 14 EU monitors from areas where ballots were being counted in several parts of the country.
Certainly, Father Preda had a different sort of status in town.
Da mi je bar naterati mozak da mi te stvori preda mnom u halucinaciji
Research for her new book included witnessing the sex trade in the Philippines, working closely with Columbian priest Father Shay Cullen who set up the PREDA Foundation and has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize twice.
EGL spokesman Bogdan Preda said Wednesday he had no further comment on the issue, other than to reiterate that the deal "respected all national and international agreements".
Istvan Preda MD, DSci, FESC, Department of Cardiology and Internal Medicine, National Health Service Center H-1135 Budapest, Szabolcs Street 35.
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Le rane sono dotate di una vista acuta e sono capaci di localizzare una preda in movimento fino a 2.
Preda mentions the globalization of the "AIDS risk" and how the concept of "risk" may be interpreted and communicated to the target audience both directly, indirectly, infected and affected.