AMYA

AcronymDefinition
AMYAAmerican Model Yachting Association
AMYAAlaska Military Youth Academy
AMYAAlcorn Middle Years Academy (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
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Last but not least, on Friday, May 31, the youth of AMYA alongside the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association hosted The Big Iftar in St Thomas' Church, inviting members from the wider community to break the Ramadan fast together (Iftar).
Participants aged from seven to 40 were encouraged to focus on pursuing education as a means to serve the country, according to AMYA.
The organised "big street clean" saw more than a thousand volunteers help pick up rubbish from London to Glasgow as part of AMYA's winter charity campaign.
Councilor Pilar in her tribute to the late AMYA, waxed nostalgic.
MILWARDS LWARDSL AMYA (Race 8) can MY (Race 8) can fend off the strong late challenge of Sidaz Dippy.
Properties and gene structure of the Thermotoga maritima alpha-amylase AmyA a putative lipoprotein of a hyperthermophilic bacterium.
Williams' 10-year-old daughter, Amya, enjoys the festival as much as her mom, especially "the food, the massive bounce houses, and the climbing wall," she says.
it pointed out that "these quantities were purchased by international oil companies that carry different nationalities 31 oil companies from the ports of Basra and Khor Al Amya on the Arab Gulf and Turkish port of Ceyhan on the Mediterranean and by the tank trucks to Jordan.
Moss (inset) LITTLE BROTHER: Julien Macdonald ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS: The girls with a selection of Julien's gifts - including Givenchy bags, a dress off the catwalk, an Amya Hindmarsh bag (decorated with a picture of Julien as a boy) and a pair of Macdonald trousers PICTURES: GLENN EDWARDS
They're part of the highly competitive, scaled-down world of the American Model Yacht Association (AMYA).