DASTA

AcronymDefinition
DASTADesignated Area for Sustainable Tourism Administration
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Barr, J., Gilles, F., Puntillo, K., Ely, W., Gelinas, C., Dasta, J., ...
(17.) Barr J, Fraser GL, Puntillo K, Ely EW, Gelinas C, Dasta JF, et al; American College of Critical Care Medicine.
Speaking at a news conference the old woman Chaman Dasta daughter of Qazi Abid ur Rehman said that she was the lone legal heir of her parents.
Hollenberg, S.M., Ahrens, T.S., Annane, D., Astiz, M.E., Chalfin, D.B., Dasta, J.F., ...
Zagala identified the commanders as Ugong, who surrendered; Iger Misuari, who was captured; and Ismael Dasta and Haider, who were killed in gun battles with state security forces.
Despite this, dose adjustments are still recommended (LeBlanc, Dasta, Pruchnicki, & Schentag, 2006).
Among them are the 16th century gardens and tomb of Babur, the first Moghul emperor who became so enamoured with Kabul that he asked to be buried here; the Bala Hisar fortress, built around the 5th century; Darulaman Palace, the mausoleums of Timur Shah, who died in 1816, and Abdur Rahman, who ruled from 1880 to 1901, and several mosques including Gul Dasta Mosque, Andarabi Mosque, Uzbakha Mosque, Id Gah Mosque and Shah-e Do Shamshera Mosque.
Bihar Pradesh Durga Dasta of the Rashtriya Mahila Brigade has taken it upon itself to champion their cause.
The ICU is one of the largest cost drivers in the hospital setting, despite the lower number of beds than the acute care units (Dasta, McLaughlin, Mody, & Piech, 2005).