MARASA

AcronymDefinition
MARASAMen Against Rape and Sexual Assault (Columbia, MO)
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Emanuele Sinagra (iD), (1,2) Dario Raimondo, (1) Domenico Albano, (3) Valentina Guarnotta, (4) Melania Blasco, (5) Sergio Testai, (6) Marta Marasa, (6) Vincenzo Mastrella, (6) Valerio Alaimo, (6) Valentina Bova, (6) Giovanni Albano, (6) Dario Sorrentino, (6) Giovanni Tomasello (iD), (2, 7) Francesco Cappello, (2, 7) Angelo Leone, (8) Francesca Rossi, Massimo Galia (iD), (3) Roberto Lagalla, (3) Federico Midiri (iD), (3) Gaetano Cristian Morreale, (9) Georgios Amvrosiadis, (9) Guido Martorana, (10) Marcello Giuseppe Spampinato, (10) Vittorio Virgilio, (11, 12) and Massimo Midiri (3)
As a multi-generational native to Florida's beautiful Emerald Coast, Kendra Marasa brings her knowledge and passion for the area to The Beach Group team as Marketing and Communications Director.
The name Marasa is itself derived from the Haitian voodoo slang for "twin" (presumably because of the drug's disassociative effects): In the "mind's eye" of the user, one appears to oneself as another, and from every indication this other must be a malicious double.
entellus Black- faced 20 64244 1964 Balagodu Ixodes Tick petauristae 21 64350 1964 Marasa Haemaphysalis Tick formosensis 22 642034 1964 Kangodu H.
Agradeco o apoio da Comissao Editorial e a ajuda inestimavel da famosa Angeli Marasa, reconhecida como a atenciosa e eficiente secretaria da revista.
Fraenkel makes good use of remand briefs and police interviews from the Marasa incident on the Weather Coast (which involved alleged murder, kidnapping and arson).
Marasa & Ham (1988) as well as Youniss think the pharyngotympanic tube dysfunction plays ah important role in otitis media with effusion.
VeVe Clark offers assistance in sorting out such literary triads by presenting the marasa sign as a paradigm for comparative analysis of literary texts.
[20.] Fandohn P, Hell K, Marasa WFO and MJ Wingfield Infection of Maize by Fusarium species and contamination with fumonisins in Africa.
She taught some of the department's most popular courses, including Marasa: Caribbean Literatures by Women, The Negritude Movement in French African/Caribbean Literatures, African Women Writers, and Introduction to the University at UC Berkeley.
[section] Now a fugitive man of Marasa just came to the priest as a fugitive from Happuriya.
Clark's use of the idea of Marasa consciousness builds upon W.