MANNA


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AcronymDefinition
MANNAMetropolitan AIDS Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (various locations)
MANNAMassively parallel Architecture for Numerical and Non-Numerical Applications
MANNAMinistry Assistance of the Near Northwest Alliance (Houston, TX)
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Mau (Uttar Pradesh)[India], Sept 27 ( ANI ): Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) Mukhtar Ansari and seven others have been acquitted in connection with contractor Manna Singh's murder case while three others were convicted by the Mau Court.
PetzLife said Manna Pro's product lines, sales and marketing infrastructure will help it expand its customer base.
The Manna Food Bank provides more than 100,000 food items throughout the year to hungry men, women and children in the community throughout Escambia County.
Amal Kumar Adak and Debashree Manna are both high school instructors in India.
Pharmaceutical company Oculus Innovative Sciences (NASDAQ:OCLS) disclosed on Wednesday the launch of a licensing agreement for the entire family of MicrocynAH animal healthcare products for the North American large animal and farm/home market with Manna Pro Products.
Picking up again the familiar story of the manna in the wilderness, he compares and contrasts the former bread from heaven with himself, the living, life-giving bread.
Citi Bahrain CEO Mazin Manna has expressed the bank's willingness to co-operate with the Capital Governorate on some of its current initiatives.
Still, he's particularly looking forward to the ride to The Hanover Theatre since it will be a Massachusetts homecoming for Manna as well as the show's debut here.
Later on, a measure of manna will be preserved in a jar as a reminder.
The study compared 65 MANNA clients with 633 Medicaid patients with chronic illnesses who did not receive the services.
I WONDER IF you could put together the six (I think there were six) stories on Operation FAUST and Manna from Heaven?
These layered mythologies and pathologies are the chosen subject of the artist Jumana Manna, who has fearlessly used the videos, photographs, and sculptures she has been making since 2008 to pry open the city's complex tangle of urban history and lived experience.