ANTA


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ANTAAustralian National Training Authority
ANTAAmerican National Theatre and Academy
ANTAAssociation Nationale de Télévision Amateur
ANTAAustralian Natural Therapists Association, Ltd.
ANTAAmerican Norfolk Terrier Association
ANTA5-Amino-3-Nitro-1H-1,2,4-Triazole
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The initially suspicious ANTA board was eventually won over by Porterfield and Breen, and Breen became the resurrected ANTA's executive secretary.
He and Anta developed a line of sneakers some said were not the most aesthetically appealing.
Prior to his fight, 'Pacman' as he is also known in the boxing world, was seen wearing ANTA apparels in his daily activities.
Three intellectuals, whose destinies merge with their political itinerary, seem to me representative of the Senegalese panorama: Leopold Sedar Senghor, Mamadou Dia, and Cheikh Anta Diop.
In the sports footwear market in China, the brands include foreign brands (Nike, ADIDAS, Puma, Reebok, Fila, Mizuno, Umbro, Kappa) and local brands (Li Ning, Anta, XTEP, 361 Degrees, ERKE, Peak, Jordan, Deerway, Guirenniao).
In 1980 I met Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar at his office and told him that I intended to research and publish in defense of Africa.
Anta Systems is delivering the industry's highest value business communications solution for the SME market by offering the following enhanced SIP-based (Session Initiation Protocol) business applications as standard options on its Simplicity(TM) SME IP-PBX solutions:
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Entrepreneurs founded Anta Systems in January 2003 and provided seed money for product and company creation.
The Universite Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar in the West African nation of Senegal has signed the first licensing agreement delivered through the IDEAL Charter for Low-Income Countries -- Harcourt's philanthropic initiative making electronic journals affordable to very poor nations.
Tolbert's career includes a 15-year period when he headed the Anta Corporation, a company which resulted from his successful reorganization of the Four Seasons Nursing Centers of America.