MAPAM


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MAPAMMortar, Anti-Personnel, Anti-Materiel (weapons)
MAPAMMassachusetts Association of Patient Account Management
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"I'm excited to have the opportunity to share APA's recent experience in refocusing our Learning Management strategy and to support MAPAM's commitment to the ongoing education of healthcare professionals," said Scott Noel, Director of Learning Management and Development.
(51) Avant-projet de loi de decentralisation et de reforme de l'action publique, finalement divise en trois projets de loi distincts lors de sa presentation en Conseil des ministres, le 10 avril 2013, dont la loi MAPAM, modifiee pour la circonstance.
In 1964 Yaacov Hazan, one of the leaders of the founders' generation and one of the founders of Hashomer Hatzair Youth Movement, of the Mapam political party (and also its chairman), and of the National Kibbutz Movement, said:
Defence and security company Saab Bofors Dynamics Switzerland Ltd (SBDS)(STO:SAABB.ST) announced today the signing of two contracts for initial deliveries of its MAPAM (Mortar Anti Personnel Anti Material) in new developed configurations and calibres.
In July 1959, Mapam and Ahdut Ha'avoda opposed the sale of Israeli arms to West Germany and supported a vote of no confidence in the government.
Because he was already widely known for his divergent views as a prominent leader within the leftwing Mapam party and for not being a professional historian, his book had a far more muted impact on the Israeli public.
These were recordings of speeches by Moshe Sneh, to whom Misha had been close when the former led the left section of the left labor MAPAM party and later joined MAKI, the Israeli Communist Party.
The Zionist 'left' then comprised the Mapai, the Mapam and Ahdot Havoda.
Indonesia has no diplomatic relations with Israel but a delegation of six Israelis just visited the country including Latif Dori, a leading figure in the leftist Mapam Party and Amira Hass, a journalist from the daily newspaper Ha'aretz.
The general concept of binationalism was at one point in time adopted by other minority Zionist groups, like Hashomer Hatzair and Mapam, Kedmah Mizracha, the Ichud and the League for Jewish-Arab Rapprochement.
averse to the introduction of the jurisprudence of historic Judaism as the basis of the legal order." (29) Other left-wing parties, like Mapam, "wanted a completely secular state," including the establishment of "civil marriage and divorce for Jews and non-Jews." (30)