AWIT


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AWITAlaska Women in Timber (est. 1978)
AWITArizona Women in International Trade
AWITAgents Within Threshold (call center metric)
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"We put together a music album featuring reimagined versions of original Filipino play songs, together with artists who did artworks, and all of it was put into the album Awit at Laro," Maaosa-Tanjutco says.
'But we advised him (Awit) that there's no cause for panic or fear and (he should) ask the people to go back to their homes.'
Dr Henri El Awit, director-general of the Arab Thought Foundation, said the remaining Arab countries were at the bottom of the list.
These were awit, Tagalog verse, and the pasyon, the sung version of the passion of Christ.
Awit, who was representing Prince Khaled bin Faisal al-Saud, said that partnership between the public and private sector is very important to protect Arab countries from regional and international ambitions.
This year, the conference will be held in Cairo to discuss Arab integration and its significance, in light of current exceptional circumstances witnessed by the Arab region, said Awit. He added that these circumstances make Arab integration an imperative necessity rather than simply a dream.
She also won the Best in National Costume with her stunning long gold gown; and grabbed the Best Talent award with her rendition of the song Isang Dugo, Isang Lahi, Isang Awit (OneBlood, One Race, One Song).
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One of its singles, Sasakyan Kita, was named Best Novelty Song in the Awit Awards in 2001.
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The Aboriginal Women in the Trades (AWIT) course is offered as part of the society's Aboriginal Apprenticeship and Industry Training programming, (AAIT), aimed at increasing the number of Aboriginal people in the trades and technology workforce.