FIOLA

AcronymDefinition
FIOLAFranco-Italian On-Line Archive
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Fiola shows how 19th-century laws such as the Indian Act forced divisions between First Nations communities and their Metis family members, constructing an "authentic" Indigenous identity.
Torquil Johnson-Ferguson, 65, has quit as director of the Rua Fiola centre on the tiny island of Lunga, off the west coast of Scotland.
Torquil Johnson-Ferguson, 65, quit as manager of the Rua Fiola outdoor pursuits centre for children on the island of Lunga in the Inner Hebrides late last year.
Torquil Johnson–Ferguson, 65, has quit as director of the Rua Fiola centre on the tiny island of Lunga, othe west coast of Scotland.
“I wanted to give wrestling fans a more innovative, challenging trivia game,” said Jason Fiola, founder of Myriad Media.
The other new state representatives sworn in are Dan Cullinane, D-Boston, and Carole Fiola, D-Fall River.
Fiola is an important and welcome publication on teaching specialized translation, for, as the translator rightfully claims in his preface (p.
"People seem to be opening back up to gin and willing to branch out with some of the lesser-known gins these days," says Jeff Faile, bar manager for the 260-seat upscale Italian restaurant Fiola in Washington, D.C.
"GE's Flexible Fixed Rate Program was an especially well-suited debt financing solution for executing our strategy,'"' said Roger Fiola, a Co-Managing Partner of Atherton Newport.
Dydd Iau, Gorffennaf 5, Ensemble Cymru yn cyflwyno Triawd Ffliwt, Fiola a Thelyn gan berfformio clasuron ysgafn, y triawd hyfryd gan Debussy a mwy.
donde TI: tasa de ingestion (cel/ind/hr), V: volumen de la fiola, [C.sub.0]: concentracion alimenticia inicial (cel/ml), [C.sub.t]: concentracion alimenticia final (cel/ml), t: tiempo (h), y n: numero de organismos en la fiola.