MAISSA

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MAISSAMetro Atlanta Information Systems Security Association (Georgia)
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As Maissa Zard, Luxurynsight's head of marketing and sales, points out, Chinese tourists have become a lot savvier when it comes to choosing digital products and brands.
Un viernes por la manana fui a ver a la novelista Maissa Bey, una de las escritoras argelinas en frances mas distinguidas del pais, a su casa en Sidi Bel Abbes, un pueblo pintoresco y ruinoso.
Guillon, Maissa, Pouliquen, and Delval (2004) studied three different povidone 2% eye drop installation routines: hourly, symptom-related, and use at patient discretion.
(11.) Una excepcion es ia apreciabie aportacion de Ghazi Ben Maissa, H.: <<Syphax, le grand Aguellid (debut du dernier quart du III s.
AUTHOR'S NOTE: I would like to thank Hill Welford for inspiring this empirical study through a comment he made during an ABA teleconference in early 2013, and Ray Alderman, Maissa Bashoun, Jorge Contreras, Bob Levinson, Christine Tack, Pat Treacy, and George Willingmyre for data and helpful suggestions, and Vignesh Nathan for excellent research assistance.
Kurt Daubs and LSCS Maissa Mallore, a full-blown training facility was set up at Bagram for all current and incoming EDRTs.
Ecrivaine algerienne de la nouvelle generation, Maissa Bey (nee en 1950) s'est deja assuree une place d'importance dans les nouvelles ecritures du Maghreb.
Maryam's cousin, Maissa Gaderi, came to Australia in 2001 and knew the dangers of a boat voyage.
"Amazing," described Maissa of Myriam's performance, who whose body-clinging outfit and Arabic dance steps on stage took everyone's attention.
CHAQUE PAS QUE FAIT LE SOLEIL: The Algerian writer Maissa Bey has penned this play (the title translates as Each Step Taken by the Sun) for the Comedie de Saint-Etienne.
Algerian novelist, teacher, community activist and co-editor of the literary journal, Etoile d'Encres, dedicated to Mediterranean women's writing, Maissa Bey is a "fille de chahid"--the daughter of a martyr.