EDERA

AcronymDefinition
EDERAEndocrine Disrupters Estrogen Receptor Activation
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TORINO: Zaccagno, Carissoni, Procopio, Auriletto, Mantovani (c), Osei, Edera (Geraci 85), Zenuni, Martino (Beradi 65), Tindo (Segre 81), Candellone.
The Oregon project "was created to allow local activists to control the own terms of our activism," Westerling and Edera write, "around some very basic notions: that every person mattered, that every issue was interconnected and that transformation needed to be the goal."
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Charged alongside Barbers were BAC chairman Vicente Madlos and members Bob Edera, Virginia Yuipco, Teresita Durero, Audie Relliquette, and Adolfo Pantilo Sr.
Christopher Campos and Corporal Chelito Edera who died from bullet and shrapnel wounds caused by a land mine that exploded before the rebels opened fire.
Eliot Emerson Uy topped the Frontiers with 12 points, Randolf Alegre and Ariel Ramonito Edera had 11 each, while Winston Stephen Panal contributed 10.