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MATERMass Transfer and Ecosystem Response (study)
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But the mater cottoned to him at once, took him on as secretary--you know how she's always running a hundred societies?"
"Yes; you see she went to the mater, and--Oh, here's Evie herself."
Mater Christi is the champion and the best in Ekiti State.'
The much talked about Alma Mater pop-up store aims at creating awareness about the brand, customized product and increase in the product offerings of the brand and optimization in the process efficiency.
The title Mater Ecclesiae was used by Saint Ambrose of Milan as early as the fourth century, and used by many bishops and saints through the centuries.
Entierro or Dead Christ and the Mater Dolorosa or Sorrowful Mother.
Speaking at the ceremony, Orion Guest House manager and a product of Mater Spei College, Mr Jonathan Tawana, explained that transformation from a resource based to a knowledge based economy could only be realised through quality education, which delivered a learner with requisite skills.
She said she had a referral to visit the Mater Hospital yesterday but she was forced to appear in court, though in excruciating pain.
Mater Dei's Grant Goebel was the individual medalist at 35, winning a tiebreaker with Nashville's Kelton Harre.
Cranial dura mater which is held responsible for the generation of headaches is intensely innervated by trigeminal nerve fibers and contains a large number of mast cells (3,6).
" A union spokesman at the Mater Hospital also paid tribute.