ISATA

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ISATAInternational Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation
ISATAInternational Symposium on Advanced Transportation Applications
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In fact there was much piano emphasis in these works, Isata deft and fleet in witty account of Beethoven's Variations on Ein Madchen oder Weibchen, with Sheku bringing a lovely tone and soothing double-stopping.
Isata's record will mark the 200th anniversary of Schumann's birth and champions the significance of female musicians across history, and their continued importance in classical music.
Isata is described as a "Guinea female name" in Crook (2007, ibid.; no source given).
Paper presented at the 32nd ISATA Conference--Simulation, Intelligent and Supercomputing Automotive Applications, Vienna, Austria.
(2000), Cooperation in Interdisciplinary R & D-Teams Proceedings of the ISATA 2000, Dublin, Ireland, September 25-29, 2000, http://www.pm.iao.fhg.de/artikel/bs_isata.pdf, retrieved 08.02.2004.
31ST ISATA: INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND AUTOMATION Dusseldorf, Germany.
Since this work got the Nissan Prize in autumn 1993 at ISATA, the big European car-technology conference, the big boys have been paying very careful attention.
Another starry winner of BBC Young Musician is the cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who literally wowed the world at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who has become such an advocate of providing musical opportunities for young people, and who performs a recital at Symphony Hall on July 18 next year, accompanied by his sister Isata.
Jim Houck, 72, was heartbroken when he read about Isata Jalloh, a woman fired from her job at Dulles Airport in the US after being suspected of asking for tips, that he decided to help.
Elliott Adele plays with a toy, above, and Oliver Wilson and Isata Bah on the left
Year six pupil Isata Kamara, 10, was one of the pupils to try school meals for the first time yesterday.