HERDA

AcronymDefinition
HERDAHereditary Equine Regional Dermal Asthenia
HERDAHigher Education Regional Development Association (UK)
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Ryan ED, Beck TW, Herda TJ, Hull HR, Hartman MJ, Costa PB, Defreitas JM, Stout JR, Cramer JT.
Herda escaped through the driver's window at South Quay but the body of Csaba, who couldn't swim, was found on a beach later.
Herda told gardai she didn't feel the same way and he had spent two years following her, phoning her cannot this and sending her messages.
Correspondence should be addressed to Herda Yati Katman; herda@uniten.
Citrin and Sides, "Immigration and the Imagined Community in Europe and the United States"; Herda, "Too Many Immigrants?
Instead of simply selecting single installation views from each workshop activity, Herda selected sequences of images that had been shot in rapid succession (many by Paul Ryan) and together intimated movement, an almost animated effect.
A inovacao tecnologica, quando herda o pagamento por producao e o conjunto dos mecanismos de pressao das relacoes de trabalho do processo manual, carrega no seu seio os perigos e riscos daquela modalidade.
The activity of the dynamic stretching involves controlled movement through the active range for a joint (Ayala, Baranda and Cejudo, 2012; Herda and collaborators, 2012).
Ou seja, para Richard Serra, esse trabalho esta depositado sobre um problema escultorico e espacial, mas Santiago o herda como um problema do trabalho em seu sentido ideologico (Pimentel, apud Tasca, 2012: 252).
A despeito dessas divergencias, Gardner herda ou reforca alguns pontos das contribuicoes dos estudos de Piaget sobre a cognicao humana.
Especificar uma rede de significados como essa e vantajoso para determinar relacoes de heranca entre outras construcoes, por exemplo, a construcao de sujeito agente-beneficiario (CIRIACO, 2012), que herda a forma da construcao transitiva e outros aspectos de sentido.
Assim, a esfera da publicidade herda a tradicao da transgressao.