BAHE

AcronymDefinition
BAHEBolling Area Home Educators (military families; Washington, DC)
BAHEBarrington Academy of Higher Education (Newark, DE)
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Survivors include three sons, Terry Wodtli of Eugene, Gary Wodtli of Lebanon, and Dennis Wodtli of Kingston; two sisters, Myrna Baughman of Brownsville and Linda Bahe of Iowa; a brother, Lee Safley of Washington; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Camera (color, HD), Balmes; editors, Craig McKay, Reynald Bertrand; music, Bruno Coulais; sound editors, Samy Bardet, Armelle Bahe; assistant director, Jill Coulon.
In addition, an inverter-driven conditioner provides not only precise capacity modulation, but also energy conservation and possibility of application into an intelligent building system (Zubair and Bahe 1989; Qureshi and Tassou 1996).
nowapa (andoque), popui (cocama), ipki, nalu (cuna), chacarra (embera), aldo (kogui), bahe moomoo, nebau (muinane), hamehe (ocaina), pora k[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado]r[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado]no (siriano), binakara (tunebo), ek[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado]r[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado], himaki, huikur[activar tachado]i[deactivar tachado]ye, (uitoto), pore (yagua)
(eliminating privilege in child abuse cases); Bahe, 128 F.3d at 1445
Assistance came from ATK field rep Tom Knudtsen and dealer services rep Brad Bahe. Both assisted at the Friday and Saturday sale.
Adjei, (2003) Member; FL Bahe Billy, (2003) Member; NM Yang Yen, (2003) Member; SD Minghua Zhang, (2003) Member; CA Robert J.
Bahe, assistant vice president/sales manager, BankWest, Pierre, S.D.; Michelle Baker, strategic marketing officer, Community First Bankshares Inc., Fargo, N.D.; Norice M.
Bahe Katenay, involved with the Dineh as a translator, says the Peabody Coal Company has destroyed the natural terrain with its twenty-four-hour mining operation.
For example, James Ruppert has discussed elements of the oral tradition evident in the poetry of writers as diverse as Maurice Kenny (Mohawk), Peter Blue Cloud (Mohawk), Wendy Rose (Hopi), Liz Sohappy Bahe (Yakima), Ray Young Bear (Mesquakie), and Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (Dakotah).(31) Elaine Jahner notes narrative strategies influenced by the oral traditions in the work of N.
Baaha belongs to Alicia Ann Bahe of Tuba City, Arizona.