ENITA

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ENITAÉcole Nationale d'Ingénieurs des Travaux Agricoles (French: National School of Agricultural Engineering)
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She and her attorneys said that she did not mean to hurt the child and that Enita's death was a 'tragic accident.'
The Norwegian utility Trondheim Energiverk AS said on Wednesday (27 October) that it had agreed to buy back a 34% holding in the IT consulting company Enita AS from OM Technology Energy Systems AS.
Other presenters included Enita Barrett, liaison officer in the office of QU vice president and chief academic officer on the Forum's newly-established constitution; Vanessa Robinson from the Chartered Institute on Personnel and Development on how to engender a culture of "business savvy" among HR professionals; and Helen Tucker, Institute of Development and Training founder and CEO, on her organisation's plans to establish an employability skills award, as well as culture-sensitive initiatives in line with the education needs of Qatar.
Two sisters, Esterina and Enita, and five brothers, Emerico, Emelio, George, Pierino, and Domenic Lisciotti, predeceased her.
Contact address of the senior author: k-van-leeuwen@enitab.fr; ENITA Bordeaux University, France.
Jean-Phillippe Roby, head of the viticulture and enology department at ENITA de Bordeaux, also serves as a consultant to RdV Vineyards in Delaplane, Va.
Jozo Badrov, (1) Tomislav Lauc, (2, 3, 4) Enita Nakas, (4) and Ivan Galic (1)
Tomislav Lauc, (1, 2, 3, 4) Enita Nakas, (3) Melina Latic-Dautovic, (5) Vildana Dzemidzic, (3) Alisa Tiro, (3) Ivana Rupic, (4) Mirjana Kostic, (6) and Ivan Galic (7)