DOYA

AcronymDefinition
DOYADepartment of Youth Affairs
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Speaking at a ceremony in Doya Astore, the American hunter said it was his dream to hunt markhor.
They invaded the Doya, Bakaro and Abuja Kwata areas, among others within the Bauchi metropolis.
Two cups of Parkia biglobosa fruit pulp was purchased from Kofar Doya, Central Market, Sokoto State, Nigeria, into a clean polythene bag.
Doya, "Metalearning and neuromodulation," Neural Networks, vol.
Le marche du travail journalier se trouve alors au coeur d'un quartier compose d'hotels bon marche (la doya gai) utilises quasi exclusivement par les travailleurs journaliers celibataires qui organisent leur vie a l'interieur de ce perimetre : ils y sont recrutes, ils y dorment, ils s'y detendent, ils s'y nourrissent.
Doya doya seyrettim Gun hazinesi bacaklarini, Gecemi altust eden.
By the same token, reinforcement generates events that many would call emotional, motivational, and/or strengthening (see, e.g., Doya, 2008; Skinner, 1986).
Haruno, M., Kuroda, T., Doya, K., Toyama, K., Kimura, M., Samejima, K., Imamizu, H.
Hong Kong, Nov 26, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - The Hong Kong Institute of Directors ("HKIoD") announced and honoured winners of the Directors Of The Year Awards ("DOYA") 2009 today at the Annual Dinner of the Institute held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and attended by more than 500 guests from different industries and sectors.
Oh, that's right, you don't want to call them sellouts, doya? No, 'cause they make you money, right?