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AcronymDefinition
SUMMAStanford University Minority Medical Alliance (Stanford, CA)
SUMMAStrengthening Underrepresented Minority Mathematics Achievement (Mathematical Association of America)
SUMMAScalable Universal Matrix Multiplication Algorithm
SUMMASystem for Universal Multi-Media Access
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As the latest high-profile broadcaster to sign on to Calrec and the country's first Summa user, Antena 1 is committed to delivering a wide range of high-quality programming to its viewers.
I am pleased to have entered discussions with the Summa Group on potential areas of collaboration as Russia has always been an attractive origin and destination market for us with huge long-term growth prospects.
These new summa cum laudes appear poised to do just that.
It was important from day one, that Nashville be an unspoken character throughout this story," notes Summa, "'Much of Madness' simply couldn't take place in any other city.
Originally, Summa used the Horizon library system, but now all the university libraries have consolidated their holdings with ExLibris Aleph.
Inagaki has held dear the writings of Aquinas for decades as the owner of an American, 1952-published copy of the pocket edition of the Summa tilled My Way of Life.
750 Summa Avenue is located between Bond and Frost Streets in the Long Island town of Westbury.
We believe that Transneft may see the port as primarily a liquids transhipment hub, while the port's management, which is more closely affiliated with Summa, targets dry cargoes as the primary area for development.
Loughlin in Aquinas' Summa Theo-logia: A Reader's Guide (T & T Clark, $ 16.
Unity and cosmological hierarchy in the Summa de bono of Philip the Chancellor
Summa Health System, Akron, Ohio, announced a $65 million plan to expand its comprehensive emergency services network by building two new full-service emergency departments and expanding three existing emergency departments.