MELSA

AcronymDefinition
MELSAMiddle Eastern Law Students Association
MELSAModel Engineers and Live Steamers Association (Australia)
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University board Chairman Melsa called Gregory's hiring as permanent president "a pivotal moment" and "one full of extraordinary possibilities to enhance this institution."
2015) (unpublished manuscript), http://ssrn.com/abstract=2380036; Melsa Ararat et al., Impact of Board Diversity on Boards' Monitoring Intensity and Firm Performance: Evidence from the Istanbul Stock Exchange 4 (Apr, 2010) (unpublished manuscript), http://ssrn.com/abstract=1572283.
Reading aloud what Camara said to the officer, Mr Melsa said: "I want to tell you the truth.
Mr Melsa noted that Camara, who originates from Guinea but became a British citizen last year, had earlier pleaded guilty to possession with intent supply a class-B drug, for which he had been due to be sentenced at Newcastle today.
231 (2002); Melsa Ararat et al., The Effects of Board Independence in Controlled Firms: Evidence from Turkey, Working Paper (2010), http://papers.ssm.com/sol3/papers.cfm7abstract id=l663403.
MELSA has its library directors review and update their library contact lists once per year.
MELSA chairman of the board of directors Yavuz Kayy told Today's Zaman on Friday that though it has been over one week since the administrative court issued an injunction on the privatization, the beaches have not been returned.
Other groups include the Middle Eastern Law Student Association (MELSA), the South Asian Law Student Association (SALSA), and the Native American Law Student Association (NALSA).
Loved and missed by his 2 sons, Paul and John, their families, Janet, Melsa, Matthew, Laura, Richard, Dennis and Roxanne.
--1992c, PKK uzerine dusunceler: ozgurlugun bedeli, Melsa, Istanbul.
(MELSA), who was speaking on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of MELSA's successful business operation in Saudi Arabia on Thursday.
by retired Colonel Otto Melsa and Ed Youngblood have