FRIMA

AcronymDefinition
FRIMAFisheries Restoration and Irrigation Mitigation Act
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He was sponsored by FRIMA School proprietor Fridah Marangu until he sat for his KCPE.
This year we have taken over support of the Frima VarioCooking Center.
Heico Frima of the European Commission in Belgium will discuss Nanomedicine Research in the ELI, 7th Framework Program for RTD.
Norma Broude and Mary Garrard's important first collection of feminist writings, Feminism and Art History: Questioning the Litany (1982) contained two essays dealing with gender and genre, by Svetlana Alpers and Frima Fox Hofrichter, that established an important foundation for future studies.
Micheline White and Frima Fox Hofrichter expand the field of women's work, with the former making a case for husband-wife collaboration and cooperation in women's writing, and the latter looking in detail at how the actual practices of motherhood may have influenced the careers of female artists.
In Singular Women, Mary Garrard, who discusses the post-Renaissance Italian artist Artemisia Gentileschi, and Frima Fox Hofrichter, who looks at seventeenth-century painter Judith Leyster, deplore the superficiality of the treatment given in monographs of even those few women included in the art historical canon.
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Braswell, National Analytical Ultracentrifugation Facility, and Frima Botnick Braswell Emory H.
IRISH action resumes in Gowran Park tonight and the Dermot Weldtrained Frima is napped to land the concluding fillies maiden.
He previously held senior roles at Frima and Gaggenau.