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NOWANorthwest Outdoor Writers Association (Portland, OR)
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She disclosed that the visit and gifts for the patients, including those at the maternity ward, were at the instance of wife of the Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Mrs Theresa Ibas, who's the national president of NOWA.
Mme Madiome Kebaswele o boletse fa bojalwa bo kgoberile lefatshe, go tlolwa dinako, go nowa go kgweetswa, a tlatsa ka gore go botoka gore bojalwa bo emisiwe mo Botswana.
Hamada Sari al-Sharqawi, the commander of Shohada Nowa terrorist group affiliated to the Free Syrian Army (FSA), was killed by unknown raiders in the town of Nowa in Northwestern Dara'a.
Chief Minister admiring the services of Sindh NOWA Pirbhat and its Project Director Mola Bux Larik, has said that NOWA Pirbhat was providing modern education to 4 thousand children of 22 schools of District Khairpur, which was an admirable act.
Nowa Huta was the largest and most ambitious of the socialist cities built after WWII; its large steelworks was intended to lead the way in Poland's transformation to a modern industrialized nation.
23 November 2012 - Poland will hold a tender next month for a 51.83% stake in local transport company PKS Nowa Sol Sp z o o, the country's Treasury ministry said on Friday.
Release date- 22102012 - San Leon Energy is pleased to announce that it has spud the Czaslaw SL-1 well on the Nowa Sol concession in the Southern Permian Basin, Southwest Poland.
Further sampling from Nowa Nowa will be undertaken and subsequently tested to determine if the iron oxide is suitable for use in the Matmor process.
Nowa Era offers a wide range of educational materials in all subjects for both primary and secondary educational levels.
As the shipwrights of Gdansk joined the steelworkers of Nowa Huta, however , it was not certain whether this gamble would pay off.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-16 December 2002-Odfjell ASA orders further two tankers from Stocznia Szczecinska Nowa in Poland(C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com