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APSARAAsian Pacific Self-Development and Residential Association (Stockton, CA)
APSARAAutorité pour la Protection du Site et l'Aménagement de la Région d'Angkor (Cambodia)
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The French government, by contrast, aimed to use the mechanism to enforce a unifying and centralized strategy through the reinforcement of APSARA.
Many toll operators say have no manpower to papers of every truck -- VINOD SHARMA, toll in- charge, Apsara border As of now we are not collecting the pollution tax owing to staff crunch.
IM Global pitches Apsara as buying films on 12- to 20-year licenses at indie prices and releasing them as if they were studio titles.
The Apsara is newer, but thanks to its lakeside resort and largely informal ambience, it has definite advantages.
99, Apsara Trio (beef, pork and chicken in a house marinade and grilled to order), $9.
Thistle won a pretty moderate event in style at Windsor, while Apsara showed plenty of promise at Newbury after fluffing the start.
JUMELLE, imported from South Korea, has been advertised for two months on Apsara TV, Sok Eysan, director general of the television station, said.
The robam means dance and the apsara are celestial dancers.
An inventive, gargantuan love story whose prose pulsates with enough rhythm to make your foot tap, the novel chronicles the rocky love affair between partial divinity Vina Apsara, a legendary half-Indian, half-Greek pop singer, and Ormus Cama, her part-divine musician soul-mate.
The Ground Beneath Her Feet is the epic, mythically textured love story of a rock 'n' roll duo, Ormus Cama and Vina Apsara.
The Apsara Authority handed over several Angkorian and pre-Angkorian relics to the National Museum yesterday in preparation for a three-month exhibition that will highlight jewellery from the Kingdom's past.
KrisEnergy, the operator of the Cambodia Block A since 2014, plans to develop the Apsara area in the north eastern section of the concession, which is one of seven geological trends in the licence where there is potential for oil and/or gas to be trapped.