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JAPAJournal of the American Planning Association
JAPAJournal of the American Psychoanalytic Association
JAPAJane Addams Peace Association (New York, NY)
JAPAJapan Aircraft Pilot Association
JAPAJournal of Aging and Physical Activity
JAPAJapan Association for Planning Administration
JAPAJapan Association for Professionals' Activities
JAPAJapan Association for Performance Art
JAPAJournal of the American Pharmaceutical Association
JAPAJacksonville Alumnae Panhellenic Association (Florida)
JAPAJust a Parking App (software)
JAPAJapan Amatuer Pocket-Billiard Association
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The Japa Gold Project is in the Western Region of Ghana, approximately 110 km South West of Kumasi, 50km South West of Obuasi, 50 km North of Tarkwa and approximately 270 km North West of Accra, capital of Ghana.
The average star rating for the game is 2.5, and this is considered to be the lowest ever rating given to any PokAaAaAeA@mon game on Amazon Japa
These companies include New Methods for Services, which will open business consulting services within ecozones; Al Adaam SPA, which will be a wellness locator in select tourist ecozones in Iloilo, Cebu and Tagaytay; JAPA Garments, which will be expanding their existing garments manufacturing operations to the Pampanga Economic Zone; LiQha Enterprises and JRENS Food Trading Philippines, which will be opening export companies for food exports to Qatar.
Although Nepalese in the UAE are hailing from all 77 districts in Nepal, more than 50 per cent of them are from a few districts such as Japa, Gulmi, Syangja, Kathmandu Valley [constituting three districts], Chitwan, Dhading and Rupamdehi, he said.
Prayer beads which are used by Catholic Christians (which is called Rosary), Muslims (which is called Tasbih), Hindus (which is called Japa Mala), Buddhists (which is called Japa Mala) and Sikhs (which is called Mala) can all be equated to fetishism.
JAPA PA P NESE WHEEZE Just A Way has been voted the word's best racehorse
La mayor perturbacion antropica en los petenes de la Peninsula de Yucatan se remonta a la epoca colonial con la extraccion de maderas preciosas: caoba (Swietenia macrophyla) y cedro (Cedrela odorata) y de hojas de palma de huano (Sabal japa).
I used to attend their meetings, but could only remember five of the pioneers: the late Raffy Japa, Zaldy Perez, Rickie Santos, who is now operations head of the PBA, Libre managing editor Chito de la Vega, and Manila Bulletin deskman Rocky Nazareno, who authored the association's constitution and bylaws.
A subsidiary of JAPA, an ideas company, Barcelona-based Forward Thinking Architecture proposes that the farms would also respond to the food needs of nearby cities.
This does not mean that one forgets one's personal meditation or japa. Rather, the two go hand-in-hand.
Aunque no se pudo determinar la especie vegetal de que estaban hechos los nidos, se sabe que esta ave utiliza las hojas de palma de guano (Saval japa), de cocotero (C.