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Nam, "CAMY: applying a pet dog analogy to everyday ubicomp products," in Proceedings of the ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp '14), pp.
Camy Calve, Camy Calve Events, Joseph Sprouls, MetLife, Paul Glickman, Debby Glickman
As Local Sales Manager for Cox Media, he was awarded the "Leader of the Year" for 2001 and the CAMY Award for "Local Sales Manager Outstanding Performance" in 2002.
Ces evolutions s'illustrent notamment dans le jeu de quilles de 9 dont Jean Camy nous donne un autre exemple de ce processus de << sportivisation >>, entendu au sens du << passage des evenements culturels du mouvement traditionnel aux evenements sportifs modernes >> (Pruneau 2006 : 519).
Gerard Camy finds similar themes running throughout Peckinpah's oeuvre, but he concludes that by The Osterman Weekend the director had abandoned any hope for redemption.
A new report from the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health calls into question whether existing federal and voluntary standards for alcohol advertisements curtail potentially damaging content and protect public health.
CUP FOR IT Z GARY McDermid, Camy Aziz and Eddie Pearcy party with the trophy after our man Parksie, below, does the handover
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173-198, in Pierre Arnaud, Jean Camy (dir.), La naissance du Mouvement Sportif Associatif en France--Sociabilites et formes de pratiques sportives (Lyon, 1986), p.
Los beneficios de este particular sistema mixto en Francia tambien es mencionado en la literatura (e.g., Camy, 1996; Michel, 1996; Remans y Delforge, 1997).
States aren't taking advantage of best practices to reduce youth exposure to alcohol marketing, according to a report by the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) at Johns Hopkins University.