APUI

AcronymDefinition
APUIAsia-Pacific Urban Institute
APUIAssociation pour une Instance (French: Association for a Forum)
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Sin embargo, tales diferencias fueron superadas considerando al grupo de residentes en Bajo Naranjillo como un apui pata, una familia grande.
However, NOlinda is more uniformly wet, whereas Apui has a more pronounced decline in precipitation between June and August.
0] was obtained by the proportion of cases in which the observed differences of the intercepts and slopes between Apui and NOlinda were smaller than 0.
A ideia e concepcao do projeto, bem como, a sua atuacao nos quatro municipios escolhidos (Boca do Acre, Labrea, Apui e Novo Aripuana), foi devido ao alto indice de desmatamento na regiao Sul do Amazonas (SDS Amazonas).
At the core of the book is the story of a barbarian people, the Apui, who developed a sort of anachronistically anarchistic and libertarian way of life.
The horror of bloody guerrilla warfare between Marronites and Palestinians equals that of the persecution of the Apui people, although the former adopt more sophisticated forms of violence.
Cucumber Cucurbitaceae Eschweilera Mata-mata (flower bud) Lecythidaceae tenuifolia Miers Eugenia stipitata Araza Myrtaceae McVaugh Ficus pertusa Li Apui Moraceae Geissospermum Quinarana Apocynaceae sericeum Miers Guarea guidonia American muskwood Meliaceae (L.
At the end of intensive burning, just as the fire was about to be extinguished (jangka apui o te manpisok), but with smoke still rising from the ashes (kakalgi lisun), it was not uncommon to hear some strange distant noises (katab aga), sounding like bees in the top of trees (katab mntet untu-untu).
New wave: Graduate interns at Interactive Telecoms, from left, Fahmeda Ahmed, Ali Teriq, Adeel Akram and Apui Lailung.
Tin Brine, the only female among them, created the landscape (mipi 'tana'); Asai carved the rivers (ngabang abpa'); Lawi and Apui looked after the rivers (matar abpa'), one at the source and the other at the mouth.
When Adet Bungan, a reformed indigenous belief system founded by Jok Apui, a Kenyah from the Apo Kayan, East Kalimantan, was introduced to Belaga in the late 1940s, the Seping, like most of the indigenous people in Belaga District, adopted the new belief system (see Lake' Baling 2002; Langub 2002; White 1956: 472-475; Aichner 1956:476-477; Prattis 1963:64-87).
Apui, (6) we follow the migration routes of Kenyah communities living in the fire-affected regions, and address the roles of other important actors in the area.