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Related to AFRO: Afro American
AFRORegional Office for Africa (World Health Organization)
AFROAction for Reach Out (est. 1993; Hong Kong)
AFROAnthony, Fez, Ron, Opie (radio shows)
AFROAir Force Recruiting Office
AFROAir Force Retention Office
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Outro grupo de extrema importancia para ampliacao das reflexoes afro foram os Agentes de Pastoral Negros (APNs).
The 4th edition of Afro Packaging & Food is covering food and beverages processing technology, packaging & processing equipment including packaging of: Food, beverages, chemicals, consumer goods, industrial goods and bakery & confectionery processing equipment.
The Afro has a circumference of four-and-a-half feet, takes two days to wash, and ensures that Aevin is recognised everywhere in her home city of New Orleans.
Throughout her early years as a model, Diane, who is now a mum-of-two and works as a financial support officer at Kirklees College, faced a continual challenge from her tightly-curled Afro hair.
Mundo Afro also has ah educational museum that is visited by students and other groups.
Lucy Liu will give voice to Sio, a beautiful, seductive and sadistic mastermind plotting to destroy Afro Samurai.
The Afro Card Company provides greeting cards for the UK, African and Afro-Caribbean population.
A SCHOOLBOY whose Afro grew so heavy he needed hospital treatment for head pain has shaved it off for charity.
Davis analyzed the blood lipids and levels of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) in 35 foreign-born Afro Caribbean American women living in the United States for fewer than 10 years, 32 Afro Caribbean women born in the United States, and 31 African American women.
In addition, the psychoanalytic concept of resistance may hinder counselors working with Afro American youth as they mistake the child's appropriate preliminary mistrust as a refusal on the client's part to truly work in therapy or as indicative of psychic conflict (Corey).
With the exception of the Afro "blocks"--which are something like Mardi Gras krewes--where there is more interest in the costumes and the particular dance steps that have been passed down through generations, the trucks and the groups that parade around them tend to look and feel the same.