MASRA

AcronymDefinition
MASRAMeadows Amateur Ski Racing Association (now Meadows Race Team; Mount Hood, OR)
MASRAMid-Atlantic Street Rod Association (automobile club)
MASRAMagwe Action for Self Reliance
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Al Masra is producing soft fruits -- flavored beverages with production capacity of around 16,000 units per day.
"Ideological Appropriation and Sexual Politics: Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra and Ahmed Shawky's Masra ' Cleopatra." Shakespeare's World / World Shakespeares: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Brisbane, 2006.
vision in Then it was time for a little art appreciation in La Masra, a suburb of Tunis, where there are a number of art galleries exhibiting work by Tunisian as well as other North African artists, including ones which reflect the recent political upheaval the country has undergone.
vision in vision in Then it was time for a little art appreciation in La Masra, a suburb of Tunis, where there are a number of art galleries exhibiting work by Tunisian as well as other North African artists, including ones which reflect the recent political upheaval the country has undergone.
Syrian actor Bassam Kousa is currently preparing for his role in the new historical TV drama series "Masra' Al Shams" (Conflict of the Sun).
De hecho, el amante en el nasib de Ibn al-Jatib se describe como "viajero nocturno", una invocacion clara del viaje nocturno del Profeta (masra 'Muhammad): de esta manera, la angustiosa busqueda del amante se convierte en reto mistico.
Health workers Several health workers from the health centres of Azaiba and Al Masra Hospital visited the juvenile police centre in Sidab.
In fact, several decades of research support the effectiveness of self-monitoring interventions for students with and without disabilities across various skills (Crum, 2004; Gureasko-Moore, DuPaul, & Weygandt, 2006; Harris, Friedlander, Saddler, Friz-zelle, & Graham, 2005; Hughes, Ruhl, & Masra, 1989; Kern & Dunlap, 1994; Levendoski & Cartledge, 2000; Maag, Reid, & DiGangi, 1993; Mathes & Bender, 1997; Reid, Trout, & Schartz, 2005; Shimabukuro, Prater, Jenkins, & Edelen-Smith, 1999; Wolfe, Heron, & Goddard, 2000; Wood, Murdock, Cronin, Dawson, & Kirby, 1998; Wood, Murdock, & Cronin, 2002).
(6) For a recent consideration of this play, see Rafik Darragi, "Ideological Appropriation and Sexual Politics: Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra and Ahmed Shawky's Masra' Cleopatra", in Shakespeare's World, 358-70.
As the village of Ni'lin takes up the leadership of the non-violent resistance to oppression and occupation, the courage of its villagers and the courage of their brothers and sisters in Bil'in, Al Masra, Umm Sulummuna, Azzoun Atma, Al Khader and other villages throughout the occupied West Bank and Gaza deserve no lesser words then those reserved by Che for the Vietnamese people in 1966: "what greatness has been shown by this people!