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INANAIndiana Association of Nurse Anesthetists
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Thus the brand Inana was born." Whereas woven bags of past generations were made out of indigenous leaves and rope, today's bayongs/balulangs are made of plastic.
On the first level on the way down, Inana is asked to surrender her headdress.
Arab Idol star Hazem Sharif joins Lebanese singer Carole Aoun and the Syrian group Inana in this large stage production, scheduled to take place on February 22, with a second performance on February 27.
Three local residents were named to the fall dean's list at the University of Vermont: Erin Mayou, of Clinton, a first-year business administration major; Inana Dairi, of Lancaster, a sophomore neuroscience major; and Andria Cubero, of Bolton, a senior anthropology major.
The month-long festival featured Syria's Inana Dance Theatre, Zenobia Queen of the Levant, Barney the Dinosaur, Egyptian diva Amal Maher, jazz legend James Moody and a spectacular pyrotechnic show by Canada's Circus Orange.
Besides her 30-voice elite choir, accompanied by pianist Barbara Baird, the concert will feature ethnic music by the Eastern European folk orchestra Balladina and the Latin American folk ensemble Lo Nuestro, plus belly dancing by choir member Grace Llewellyn (who dances under the name Inana).
In addition, Jacob Pelland, of Bolton, and Inana Dairi, of Lancaster, were named to the University of Vermont's dean's list for the spring semester.
playwright, Michele Lowe, to bring her play Inana to Basra, where Al-Azraki has returned to teach.
AN emphatic performance by Syrian troupe the Inana Dance Theatre raised the curtain on the Bahrain Summer 2009 festival last night.